Luton Borough Council have developed an online services directory which allows residents to search for over 1,200 local services.
There are sections for adults, families and young people.
To access it go to directory.luton.gov.uk.
Users can get detailed information about a wide range of services, what they offer and how they can be accessed.
The adult services section provides details on hundreds of different local services which support older and vulnerable people to get the most out of life by having fun, keeping fit and healthy and staying safe.
The family section contains information about local childcare, school holiday and leisure activities, education, health and support services for families with children up to the age of 19.
There is a dedicated area for families of children with disabilities or special educational needs up to the age of 25.
The youth area includes health and wellbeing services, counselling and jobs and training advice, as well as dedicated services which support young parents, those in care and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people.
A range of recreation and social activities for young people are also listed in the Things To Do area.
Councillor Hazel Simmons, leader of the council said: “I’m delighted to be able to launch Luton’s most comprehensive online services directory. More and more people are using technology to manage their lives and this sophisticated website will ensure residents have useful information at their fingertips 24 hours a day.
“Whether you are looking for a childcare provider or nursing home, looking to take up a new hobby, or want some CV or debt advice but don’t know who to contact, the online directory will help you with all of this and so much more.”
The service is also available on smart phones and tablets.