The City of Cape Town is currently in the process of repairing the pavements along the length of Glen Road in Glencairn. Work is ongoing but should be completed within the next two weeks. To report similar service requests, send an email to email@example.com and give a description of the problem and the location. Be as specific as possible and it always helps to attach photos for the officials to refer to.
The City of Cape Town recently responded to requests for the palm trees at Soldiers Way in Simon’s Town to be trimmed. This was a complex exercise due to the height of the trees and the traffic implications. In order to report similar issues please send an email with photos attached to firstname.lastname@example.org so a reference number can be provided. Be specific about the location and provide a description.
The pathway in the below photos is located at the intersection of Dido Valley Road and the Main road in Simon’s Town. the City of Cape Town responded to requests to have the pathway tarred and it is looking great.
Drain covers have been replaced along the main Road in the vicinity of the Marine oil site. This was done by the Transport for Cape Town department. To report broken or missing drain covers send an email with the location, description and a photo to email@example.com so that a reference number can be generated.
The Sports, Recreation and Amenities department and the City Parks department recently painted and varnished 6 benches at Frank’s Bay and Fisherman’s beaches in Simon’s Town. To report similar problems email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The pathway linking Gaardrum hill and Forest Way in Glencairn has been cleared by the City of Cape Town in order to promote better access.
The City of Cape Town has re-surfaced sections of Chapel Lane, this needed to be done as the road has degraded badly in some places.
Transport for Cape Town has recently completed the repairs to footways at the bus stop located at the intersection of main Road and Dido Valley Road.
Retaining was placed at the intersection of main Road and Dido Valley Road in order to keep the footways clear.
The access to mackerel beach is being improved by the Transport for Cape Town department (TCT) after this was raised by the Simon’s Town Civic Association.
Footways on Runciman’s Drive have been repaired. This was completed by TCT.
The intersection of Runciman’s Drive and Harbour Heights Drive was re-surfaced by TCT as this needed to be done due to degradation of the road surface.