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    Clinton Twp. Secretary of State SUPER!Center closed until further notice due to flooding from broken water pipe

    AUGUST 29, 2012

    Customers urged to do business online or at alternative offices

    CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. –  The Secretary of State SUPER!Center at 16 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue in Clinton Township was closed Tuesday and possibly will remain closed through the end of September due to a broken pipe that left 2 inches of standing water on the office floor.

    The break occurred between the close of business Monday and Tuesday morning at the office, 37015 S. Gratiot Ave. A restoration company is on site surveying and mitigating the water damage. The department will update customers about the office's reopening when more information is available.

    Customers who need to renew license plates, renew or replace driver's licenses and ID cards, change their address or obtain duplicate titles or registrations are encouraged to do the transactions online at Additional services are offered online as well.

    Area residents who need Secretary of State services during the restoration period may also visit nearby offices:


    N. Macomb County PLUS

     S.E. Macomb County PLUS



     51305 Gratiot Ave.

    24040 Harper Ave.



    Chesterfield Township

    St. Clair Shores







    Sterling Heights

    Central Macomb County PLUS



    7917 19 Mile Road

    50640 Schoenherr Road



    Sterling Heights

     Shelby Township


    Customers who need service on Saturday mornings, which the Clinton Township office normally provides, can visit the Oakland County SUPER!Center at 1608 N. Perry St. in Pontiac or the Detroit New Center SUPER!Center at 3046 W. Grand Blvd. in Detroit.

    Sign up for the official Secretary of State Twitter feed at and Facebook updates at

    Customers also may call the Department of State Information Center to speak to a customer-service representative at 888-SOS-MICH (767-6424).


    For media questions, please call Gisgie Dávila Gendreau at 517-373-2520.





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