Harrow Council has announced that Greenhill Library will now serve as a hub for everyday council enquiries and online assistance.
In a recent social media post, the council stated that the library will be open from Monday to Friday between 10am and 6pm.
Located in Perceval Square, Harrow Town Centre, just a short walk from Harrow on the Hill station, the library is set to become a convenient destination for residents seeking help with various council-related matters.
The move is part of the council’s efforts to provide easier access to online services and support.
With the library’s spacious and modern facilities, residents can expect a comfortable and welcoming environment to carry out their council-related tasks. The library also offers a range of resources, including computers, free Wi-Fi, and printing services, which will be available for public use.
Harrow residents can take advantage of the following Harrow Council services at Greenhill Library.
– Council tax Support and Benefits (new claims, document verification and scanning supporting documents)
– Parking (Residential and visitors permits)
– Guidance to complete all relevant forms and submit documents digitally on the council website, for example Garden Waste
– Subscriptions or Housing repairs
If you are a library member, you can use the usual library services during your visit, including the public computers for scanning and printing
This move is expected to not only increase the accessibility of council services but also bring more visitors to the library, which has already been a popular destination for book lovers and students alike.