While it can be tedious and time-consuming, sorting out your municipal bills is an absolute must. Similarly, getting your driver's license renewed is an essential task. But you needn't spend hours waiting in line to get these menial tasks done. Visit Alberton for all your administrative needs. Here are the municipal service centres located in the area:
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Alberton Town Council is a local government office that deals with a number of civic and municipal services. You can visit their offices to report issues with the delivery of municipal services, including waste removal, sewerage or electricity. Alternatively, you can call their offices on 086 054 3000, email them at [email protected] or SMS ‘EMM’ followed by the details of your complaint to 30788.
If your dispute is specifically related to electricity services, visit the Alberton Ekhuruleni Electricity Municipality offices. Here you can query bills, pay your electricity fees, or request a metre reading at your residence. The Alberton Ekhuruleni Electricity Municipality is well known for its efficient service and friendly staff. If you want to sort out your electricity matters without the hassle of waiting about, this is the place to visit.
The Alberton Licensing Department offers a variety of services. Book your learner's or driver's test here, renew your license, or apply for a temporary license. Please note that you need to renew your driver's license at the licensing department four weeks before your original license is due to expire. If you renew your license after the expiry date, you will need to apply for a temporary driving license at an additional cost. All Gauteng licensing appointment bookings must be done online. Don't forget to take the following documentation along with you to your booked appointment: your ID, letter of notice of your appointment, four black and white ID photos, proof of residential address, and your application fee. You will undergo eye testing and your fingerprints will be taken during your appointment.
The Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture office is a department of the Ekhuruleni Municipality. Their offices are located in central Alberton, offering local artists the opportunity to apply for grants and training sponsored by the municipality. Visit them to find out more about these offerings or to get involved in local arts and culture initiatives.