Online service makes it easier than ever to deal with council

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Screenshot-2015-03-31-13.13.17-300x169Campbelltown City Council has introduced a range of new online services, making it easier than ever to do business and report issues in the community, from anywhere and at any time.

Mayor of Campbelltown, Councillor Paul Lake, said council had increased its range of eServices to help meet the needs of the community.

“Jump the queue and take advantage of our range of eServices at a time that’s convenient for you,’’ he said.

“There’s no need to wait until business hours to contact our Customer Service team, with online forms now available for a range of popular customer requests,” Cr Lake said.

“The new online services include everything from reporting issues with trees or a missed kerbside cleanup, through to advising of a missed bin collection service or dumped rubbish.

“We’re also working on adding more options, based on feedback collected during a recent survey of our online users – so stay tuned.

“Our eServices are another way we’re working with the community to meet their needs as efficiently and conveniently as possible,” Cr Lake said.

Council’s online services are categorised into payments, reporting an issue, making an application and booking and tracking requests, and can be accessed anytime by visiting the I Want To section on the homepage of Council’s website at

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