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Important numbers

Electricity/Public Works(044) 203 3159
Water and Sewage(044) 272 4634 / 3114 /3153
Traffic / Driving Licenses(044) 203 3162 / 3934
Cleansing Services / Law Enforcement(044) 203 3993 / 3990 / 3910
Animal Pound(044) 203 3957
Housing(044) 203 3900
Municipal Switchboard / Control Room(044) 203 3000 / 3121 / 3134 / 3147
Roads/Storm Water Services(044) 203 3174/3165
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Monday12°C
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Dysselsdorp
Monday12°C
Tue
Thu
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Thu

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Calitzdorp
Monday12°C
Tue
Thu
Thu
Thu

Important numbers

Electricity/Public Works (044) 203 3159
Water and Sewage (044) 272 4634 / 3114 /3153
Traffic / Driving Licenses (044) 203 3162 / 3934
Cleansing Services / Law Enforcement (044) 203 3993 / 3990 / 3910
Animal Pound (044) 203 3957
Housing (044) 203 3900
Municipal Switchboard / Control Room (044) 203 3000 / 3121 / 3134 / 3147
Roads/Storm Water Services (044) 203 3174/3165

Law Enforcement

Overview

Breaking a by-law is a serious offence. Our Law Enforcement officers have the power to confiscate, arrest, issue warnings and fines and shut down illegal operations where by-laws are broken.

Law Enforcement works closely with other government departments and external agencies to uphold local by-laws and deal with contraventions. By-laws are laws that are passed by the Council to uphold social order. Common by-laws include those formulated to control graffiti, noise, stray animals, vehicle parking, building and construction, zoning, metal theft, loitering and public drinking.

Contact us should you have any queries or require information:

Tel:  044 203 3133

Last published 24 February 2017