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93 days left until Day Zero 16/1/18

We’re only 93 days away from Day Zero (as at the time of going online) – that’s...

The CCID looks ahead into 2018 15/1/18

Collaborating is at the heart of the Cape Town Central City Improvement...

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93 days left until Day Zero

16 Jan 2018

We’re only 93 days away from Day Zero (as at the time of going online) – that’s 13 weeks and two days! As from 1 January, the City of Cape Town implemented Level 6 water restrictions.  And has since announced that Day Zero – when dam levels will be so low, taps will run dry and residents must queue for drinking water daily – has moved to 21 April 2018. Don’t let it get to that. Here’s what you can do…

The CCID looks ahead into 2018

15 Jan 2018

Collaborating is at the heart of the Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) founding principles as a public-private partnership. And as the New Year begins, the CCID looks forward to another year of working together with everyone who has a role to play in the CBD, innovating and exploring to create a space that’s welcoming for all.

#KeepItClean

15 Mar 2017

In the Autumn 2017 issue of City Views, we let you in on the Central City’s dirty secret. Over a three-month period, the Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) Urban Management department coordinated the removal of 807 incidents of graffiti, and cleaning of 8 074 drains and 370kg of cigarette butts tossed on pavements across the 1.62km2 CCID area.

Pretty gross, right? If you can stomach it, you can read the full story here.

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