MORAY COUNCIL HAS expanded their growing online services portal and are now encouraging residents to sign-up for a safe and secure route to local services.
The local authority say that their ‘myaccount’ service will be available 24/7 and, once registered, users will be able to report, apply, book and review Council’s services in the one location through a personalised portal.
Each time the new accounts is used for any service there will be no need to re-enter the same details – all forms will be automatically populated, can be saved for completion later and then submitted online so no need for printing and posting.
Part of ‘Moray Connected’ the service is focused on offering consistent and high quality services reflecting the needs of communities and the ever increasing number of online users.
Services available include the ability to report road network faults, request a special collection (bulky uplift), make a garage application, view housing application status and check rent balance.
More services, currently available on our website, will be added to https://online.moray.gov.uk/site/wss/home over the coming months.
Meanwhile a sale of withdrawn library books and other stock held at the Keith Library will go on sale from Wednesday, March 22.
The sale will take place during normal opening hours and will include fiction and non-fiction for adults and children as well as DVDs and music CDs.
The Council also say that around 72,700 poll cards are being posted out today to all registered electors in Moray ahead of the council elections on May 4.
Voters are reminded to carefully check the details on their cards and to be aware that following the latest local government boundary ward review, they may find they are in a different council ward than previously and may have been allocated a different polling station.
Anyone who requires to apply for a postal vote or a proxy vote, or whose personal details may have changed, should contact the electoral registration officer on 01343 541203.