Tandridge District Council has begun consultation with 105 members of staff at risk of redundancy as part of its "radical transformation programme".
There will be 96 positions available as the restructuring takes place so only a handful are likely to lose their jobs.
The borough council is hoping to encourage as many people as possible to access its services online.
The restructure will include a "locality services team" which will "work closely with residents, ward councillors, parishes and the voluntary sector, resolving local issues and enabling communities to be more resilient", the council said.
It comes after 66 members of staff were put at risk of redundancy in an earlier phase of the transformation. This resulted in seven people being made compulsorily redundant and another six opting for retirement or to leave the council voluntarily.