Midrand runs like a well-oiled machine thanks to the excellent service from the city’s municipal departments. To guide you through the ins and outs of this, we’ve put together a one-stop hub of information pertaining to every municipal service there is to offer and where to find them.
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Need to obtain or renew your driver’s license? Then be sure to visit the Midrand Licensing Department also located in Halfway House. 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.
There is one SAPS station in Midrand, namely the Halfway Gardens Police Station. The South African Police Service does not just investigate criminal cases and do crime prevention, but they also provide a range of security and safety services and resources to their collection of partners as well as the general public.
Home Affairs Department
For all of your personal documentation ranging from ID booklets/cards and birth certificates to passports, visas, and more, you’ll need to visit the Department of Home Affairs in Ivory Park. You can also visit their website and get all of your documentation and applications filled out using their eHomeAffairs service that allows for the process to be easy, efficient, and secure. The department of home affairs is one of the most important municipal services in Sandton.
City Of Johannesburg
Are you looking for municipal services in Midrand? The City of Johannesburg walk-in centre in Midrand can be found in Randjespark and can assist with your amenities and levies for water and electricity, as well as building plans, and traffic fines. To find out more about the City of Johannesburg and their services, be sure to visit their website at www.joburg.org.za. Should you have any enquiries, you can also contact them on 0860 56 28 74 or visit their social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.