THIS MONTH

ALERT: DO YOU KNOW WHAT LEVEL 3 WATER RESTRICTIONS MEANS? 

Read on the What's Up page for how it affects you.

City Dam Water levels are only 34% on 20 February. Details on Environment page.

And as if this isn't bad enough carelessly caused fires use lots of valuable water to extinguish. The arrows in this picture point to 2 of our brave Fire fighting Helicopter pilots dropping water onto a blaze that started on the Table Mountain road.
 
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The City’s 2015/16 Annual Report public participation process runs until end February 2017. View it on our City Council Info page.

 The Thibault designed Hurling Pumphouse in Prince Street has been given a fresh coat of paint by the City,



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