Where is the nearest BBMP Citizen Service Centre?

Where to go if you want a birth certificate, or to get your building plan sanctioned? Here's the list of BBMP Citizen Service Centres for you.

Citizen Service Centres established by BBMP enable citizens to pay their property tax under the scheme of SAS 2000, obtain Khatha Certificate/Khata Extracts and also birth and death Certificates.

All the CSCs will be able to provide the services following in respect of any ward or area in the jurisdiction of BBMP which will make it possible for citizens to access these services without having to go to different offices of BBMP to meet specific authorities.

The Citizens can also get applications for registration of Khathas and sanction of building plans and register their complaints/Requests and suggestions about BBMP’s services.

BBMP Citizen Service Centers by Citizen Matters

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