Have your say on Doncaster Council’s full range of online services as part of National Get Online Week.
The week runs until October 19 and the authority is asking local people to get online and fill in a survey about how council services on the web can be improved even further, while also looking for residents who would like to take part in a focus group to share theie views and shape services.
Deputy Mayor Glyn Jones said: “Get Online week is a great chance to showcase just how digital Doncaster Council’s services already are, as residents are able to do over 100 different things online – be it make a request, lodge a complaint or pay a bill.
“We are eager to make this experience even more useful, therefore we urge people to fill in the survey and get involved in the focus group to help the Council become even more digital.
“We are proud to offer free computer and internet access at our libraries, so that everyone can Get Online, even if they don’t have their own computer. It’s a great example of the kind of thing we can do to make services more accessible to everyone.”
To complete the online survey, visit www.doncaster.gov.uk/digital
For more details on the focus group, or to take part, please call 01302 734888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For a full list of Council services that are available online, visit www.doncaster.gov.uk/DoItOnline