CURRENT LIBRARY SERVICES

As of yesterday, 2nd November certain libraries, including Meadowridge and Tokai, have opened their doors for browsing but with a limited amount of public entering the facility. There are also still no programmes happening at the facilities.  

WATER DEPT MAINTENANCE CAPACITY CONSTRAINT

The Water and Sanitation Department is experiencing a temporary reduction in its capacity for maintenance on water & sanitation metering infrastructure. This is due to limitations on the contracts for appointed service providers (contractors) helping with the...

Comment on the City’s draft Climate Change Strategy

Comments can be made until 30 September 2020 on the City of Cape Town webpage www.capetown.gov.za via “Have your say” About the strategy Climate change is globally understood to pose the greatest threat to socio-economic stability and growth, and is...

CITY OF CAPE TOWN FINANCE DIRECTORATE COMMUNICATION

T: 0860 103 089 31 March 2020 Dear City of Cape Town account holder It is essential that you please continue to pay your municipal account/s to enable the City to function while fighting COVID-19. Please call 0860 103 089 for any queries/assistance and payment...

Meadowridge Common News – January and February 2020

The Biodiversity Management Branch team of Cape Town Recreation and Parks Department is working to restore the Cape Flats Sand Fynbos on Meadowridge Common’s smaller patch in the north-western corner. This is a collaboration, including the City of Cape Town Recreation...

WATER-SAVING TIPS TO HELP AVOID DAY ZERO

Day Zero is when the dam levels reach 13,5% and when almost all of the taps in the city will be turned off and we will have to queue for water. The more you save, the better our chances to avoid running out of water. Only flush the toilet everywhere when necessary....