I sublet a room in Brooklyn and my NYDL has a Brooklyn address. However, for all legal purposes I use an Upper East Side P.O. box because I work a lot and in that neighborhood. I have received a New York County juror qualification survey. For jury purposes, I'm not sure whether to say New York County or Kings county is my official county of residence. Note that as a subletter, I have no utility bills or anything other than my driver's license to prove I stay in Brooklyn---and this form requires two forms of proof (if I am to claim Kings county as my official one).
I have tried to call the commissioner's office to ask, but it rings and no answer.
You will not be safe relying on an answer from anyone other than the NY County Clerk. Go and telephone or go in person. You must be certain. You do not appear to reside in NY County--you can use a PO Box as an address for a NY Driver License, since renewal forms are mailed. I gather that is the same address for your tax and employee records.
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