Operation Green Light 2021
Press Release March 31, 2021
Partnering Agencies: Hillsborough County’s Clerk of Court & Comptroller, the Office of the Public Defender, 13th Judicial Circuit, the Office of the State Attorney, and Nancy C. Millan, Tax Collector
WHO: Individuals looking to save on fees and have their driver's license reinstated
WHAT: Operation Green Light, Hillsborough County, Florida, A Driver's License Reinstatement Event
WHERE: Virtual Court Via Zoom
WHEN: Friday, June 4th, 2021. Pre-Registration is mandatory. The registration period opens on April 9th, 2021 at 6 AM. Registration is limited to first 300 qualified participants. (Registration period will end May 17th, 2021 at 8 AM or when limit is reached)
During Operation Green Light, Hillsborough County customers with suspended driver licenses will have an opportunity to pay overdue court obligations, including traffic tickets, while possibly saving in additional fees. Customers may also be able to have suspended driver's licenses reinstated.
If your driver's license is suspended, Operation Green Light offers you the opportunity to get back on the road by addressing overdue court obligations while saving money in additional fees.
Pre-registration is mandatory, and some restrictions apply. Participation is limited to the first 300 qualified registrants, first come, first served.
Registrants will be notified by email or mail if they are eligible to participate based on their pre-registration information. Judges will review the driver's case history and determine if any court fines or fees can be reduced.
Registrants who pay their debts will be able to reinstate their driving privileges by visiting the Tax Collector. Payments can be made online or by calling (813) 276-8100.
*The following types of cases do not qualify: suspension for non-payment of child support, driving under the influence, felony traffic offenses, commercial driver's licenses, habitual traffic offender revocation, Permanent license revocation, medical revocation, suspension for violations that occurred outside of Hillsborough County Florida, failure to complete driver training or a driver improvement course, or alcohol or substance abuse education.