Mildred MTB Skill Track
27 Jul, 2020
There has been a lot of activity on the public open space between Mildred and Hillside Roads and we wanted to share an update. We have asked the community to come up with ideas on how we can best utilise...
City of Cape Town welcomes message from South African President, and appoints Coronavirus Task Team
20 Mar, 2020
STATEMENT BY EXECUTIVE MAYOR OF CAPE TOWN, ALDERMAN DAN PLATO City of Cape Town welcomes message from South African President and appoints Coronavirus Task Team Following South African President, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa’s message to the nation last night, I called...
Doggy Park Opening
3 Feb, 2020
Have you noticed that the fencing in the park opposite Kenridge Centre has been completed? Well, the good news is that the Doggy Park will be open to the public from Saturday the 8th February 2020. We still have a...
Ninety Niner Cycle Tour
31 Jan, 2020
The annual Gryphon 99er Cycle Tour will be held on Saturday the 8th February 2020 from 8am. The image below shows the route the cyclists will be taking and which roads will be affected.
30 Jan, 2020
The annual Tyger Run/Walk will be held on the 21 March 2020. The race will start at Tygervalley Shopping Centre and finish there. The 21.1km run will start at 06.00, the 10km will start at 06.30 and the 5km will...
Application by Fairmont High School
28 Jan, 2020
Dear Residents We wanted to make you aware of the application that Fairmont High School has made to the City of Cape Town. They would like to rent some of the school facilities to outside bodies to supplement the school’s...
What are the implications of Stage 6 load-shedding?
13 Dec, 2019
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department is alerting residents that some areas may experience intermittent supply interruptions should Eskom’s Stage 6 load-shedding continue. The following is a Media Release from The City of Cape Town:Load-shedding of this...
How to register to take part in the District Planning process
11 Nov, 2019
The District Planning process guides the City of Cape Town’s decision-making on the type, design, scale and location of urban development, land use, the maintenance and development of infrastructure, and the protection of environmental resources. District plans are medium-term (10-year)...
Invite to District Plan Review Discussions
7 Nov, 2019
Dear Residents, You are invited to attend the Spatial Development Framework meeting where the City reviews the District Plans for our area. During November and December the City will commence with a comprehensive engagement process to explain the process and...