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City expands service delivery to Scottsdene

The City’s Basket of Services and the Mobile Office will be at the Scottsdene Youth Centre on Monday, 26 September 2022, from 09:00 until 15:00. Read more below:

Officials for various city departments will be deployed to the Youth Centre to assist residents with service and municipal account enquiries.

The following departments will be visiting Scottsdene:
Human Resources for enquiries about bursaries, internships and apprenticeships
Social Development and Early Childhood Development – to provide information about challenges affecting our communities such as substance abuse, gender-based violence, older persons, ECDs, persons with disabilities, youth and arts and culture programmes
Finance for assistance with rebates and grants
Customer Relations for assistance with municipal account and reporting of faults (general enquiries)
Health for more information about primary health care services
Human Settlements will assist qualifying residents with registering on the City’s housing database, as well as other housing enquiries
Safety and Security will provide information about traffic and law enforcement services
EPWP will assist jobseekers and give unemployed youth an opportunity to register on the jobseekers database

‘This service focuses on residents who live in remote areas and have to travel some distance to municipal facilities to get services. We are bringing the services to them to save them time and money. Thus, I urge all residents in the area to please come in their numbers, especially the youth looking for employment opportunities, to register on the jobseeker’s database. This will ensure that they stand to be considered when opportunities become available.

‘Residents are reminded to please bring their IDs and municipal accounts for ease of reference. Should residents want to find out when the service is coming to their area, they are advised to contact their ward councillor and Subcouncil office and request it. The City is committed to bringing services closer to residents,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Corporate Services, Alderman Theresa Uys.

Source: City Of Cape Town

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