State services: Australian Capital Territory
Have you ever had difficulty getting into or around buildings, using doors or stairways, negotiating footpaths, roadways, kerbed areas, reading or understanding signs or directions in the ACT? Phone Access City Hotline on 02 6257 3077.
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACT SES) is a volunteer-based organisation that provides urgent community assistance for storms and floods.
ACTMAPi is the ACT Government’s interactive mapping service. ACTMAPi provides a convenient and fast way to search planning maps and associated information by block and section number, street address, division (suburb) or district names; or by places of interest. Create your own electronic maps, save the content and share with others, print hardcopies or export information and run predefined reports at any time.
The Office of Regulatory Services is responsible for the registration of births, deaths, marriages, changes of name, changes of sex, adoptions and deaths abroad, and provision of certificates of registrations to authorised applicants.
Book or hire an ACTION bus, ACT library display or exhibition space, campsite, GardenSmart service, sports ground or water-skiing time slot.
Building approval is required for most developments in the Australian Capital Territory to ensure building complies with building laws, including the Building Code of Australia. Information on the page includes links to exemptions information and building approval information pack.
Index page for ACT Revenue Office Calculators for: land and improvement duty; home buyer concession duty; motor vehicle duty; and rates, fire and emergency services levy and land tax.
Canberra Connect is your Australian Capital Territory Government gateway to online services - what they are, how much they cost and how to pay. Make online payments, request an ACT government service, book or hire an ACT government facility.
Change the address on your Australian Capital Territory driver's licence, ACT vehicle registration, ACT rates and land tax, ACT dog registration, ACT library card, ACT senior's card, MyWay card, Canberra Institute of Technology enrolment and ACT Government housing rent and sundry payments.
ACT Government concessions are used to provide assistance to a range of individuals, including older people, people with specific health need, people on low incomes and people with a disability; as well as agencies, such as community groups, schools, hospitals and religious organisations.
Daylight saving and public holiday dates in the Australian Capital Territory.
Information page about driver licensing in the Australian Capital Territory. Includes links to road rules, fees, heavy vehicle and taxi licences, renewals and learner licences. You must be at least 15 years and 9 months old to obtain your ACT Learner Licence.
To renew your Australian Capital Territory licence you must attend any Canberra Connect Shopfronts or the Civic Driver Licence Service, with proof of identity and residency and pay the relevant licence fee.
Provides information to consumers to make them aware and confident when making purchases and makes businesses aware of their obligations and responsibilities under the Australian Consumer Law.
Fix My Street is an online reporting facility that provides direct contact to Australian Capital Territory Government agencies for the reporting of municipal service requests. Residents can submit service requests by choosing from a menu of topics, such as abandoned vehicles, cycle paths, garbage bins, graffiti etc.
If you have purchased a brand new residential block of land in the Australian Capital Territory, you are entitled to an allocation of plants from the Yarralumla Nursery. The ACT Government provides these plants to help you beautify your new home and your suburb.
The Australian Capital Territory Government Directory provides a guide to key people, organisations, functions undertaken and services delivered in the ACT Government.
Search for job opportunities with the ACT Government. Includes links to applicant information and special recruitment (graduate programs, teaching opportunities, temporary and casual registers).
Justices of the Peace in the Australian Capital Territory serve the community primarily by administering oaths or affidavits and taking statutory declarations and affirmations; witnessing signatures; and attesting and certifying documents. Includes a link to find a local Justice of the Peace.
Registration of all land related transactions pertaining to the purchase and sale of land and properties in the A.C.T. and maintenance of the Land Titles Register. Searches of the of the A.C.T. Land Titles Public Register are available for a determined fee.
The Australian Capital Territory Legal Aid Commission works to inform people of their legal rights and obligations and to improve their access to the justice system. Applications for legal assistance are subject to terms and conditions.
The Australian Capital Territory Legislation Register provides the community with free and quick access to Acts, subordinate laws, disallowable instruments, approved forms, notifiable instruments, commencement notices and bills.
Access to information held by the ACT government that can be made publicly available.
The Australian Capital Territory Proof of Age card is a personal identity card available to persons over 18 years of age.
Find information about registration and registration renewals for vehicles in the Australian Capital Territory, including cars, motorcycles, heavy vehicles, modified vehicles, trailers and caravans.