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Published: 20 Feb 2019Title: George Municipality water update: 20 February 2019Status: GEORGE MUNICIPALITY WATER UPDATE: 20 FEBRUARY 2019;Dam level: 82.43% (up from 81.75%); Rainfall since 14 February 2019: 0mm;Demand/usage: 30.8 megalitres (target 22Ml);Months water left in dam: 9
Published: 13 Feb 2019Title: GEORGE MUNICIPALITY WATER UPDATE: 13 FEBRUARY 2019Status: Dam level: 81.75% (up from 80.92%) Rainfall since 7 February 2019: 26.5mm Demand/usage: 28.23 megalitres (target 22Ml) Months water left in dam: 9 Section 2b restrictions remain in place, including watering times. Fines may apply. Details in News section.
Published: 07 Feb 2019Title: George Municipality Annual Report 2017-18 available for commentsStatus: George Municipality Annual Report 2017-18 available on website under Documents/Annual Report, libraries and area offices from 8 February to 4 March 2019 for comments.
Published: 05 Feb 2019Title: BLUE AND GREEN BAG COLLECTION RECOMMENCESStatus: Collection of blue and green bags recommences Monday 11 February 2019 as per usual refuse collection days. If you have not received your initial, two-of-each bags (1-8 February 2019), please report to Interwaste 044 878 0688. See news section for more details.
Published: 28 Jan 2019Title: Road Upgrades - Merriman StreetStatus: George Municipality has started with road upgrades to Merriman Street from Hibernia Street to Nelson Mandela Boulevard. The construction will be done in sections. Section 1: Nelson Mandela Boulevard to Victoria Street (Right hand side). Residents will be informed of the closures in advance.
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03 April 2017

Draft IDP 2017 – 2022 tabled in Council

Executive Mayor, Ald Naik today tabled the Draft Integrated Development Plan(IDP) for the next five years 2017-2022 at a Council meeting and requested approval to utilise the document as the basis for further consultation with the 27 Wards during the second round of public participation before final adoption in May 2017.

This draft document inter alia provides an overview of the 2017-2022 IDP process undertaken by the Municipality, as premised in the Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000; namely the legislative requirements and compliance as well as the process undertaken to produce the Draft IDP.

A Municipal council must within a prescribed period after the start of its elected term; adopt a single, inclusive and strategic plan for the development of the municipality.

“This IDP is a ‘building block’ towards the development of a long-term strategy and vision for the George municipal area. This long-term strategy and vision will revive and reinstate the experience of the George municipal area as hospitable and will continue to nurture and harness tourism, promote and strengthen the economic vibrancy and investor confidence in the municipal area. Basic service delivery in line with universal norms and standards and the provision of infrastructure that continues to connect George to the world will ensure that we become a smart city that is well structured and ecologically friendly, “ said Ald. Naik.

The Municipalityhas to ensure that it complements other spheres of government in reaching the identified targets. The successful implementation of the IDP and Budget can be achieved only through a partnership will spheres of government, communities and the private sector.

Last published 03 April 2017