Stellenbosch Municipality

Stellenbosch Municipality is putting its community first again by handing out its second batch of title deeds to residents in three months! This batch of title deeds closely follows the 117 title deeds handed over in January 2018. This is part of the municipality’s commitment to providing dignified living for all its residents.

On 7 March 2018, Municipal Manager Geraldine Mettler, officially launched a state-of-the-art water purification plant in Stellenbosch that will convert borehole water into safe, potable water. This forms part of the Municipality’s Drought Response Plan which aims to augment potable water supplies from groundwater, as the region continues to face a devastating drought.

During March 2018, Stellenbosch plays host to several major events that attract thousands of visitors as well as domestic and international tourists to our town. These annual events are highlights on the social calendar and inject millions into the local economy, creating much needed jobs for the people of our region. 

Stellenbosch skuif na vlak 6B

Stellenbosch Munisipaliteit beweeg na vlak 6B Waterbeperkings op 19 Februarie 2018.

Dit word gedoen om die Munisipaliteit in lyn te bring met die waterbeperkings van die Kaapstad en omliggende munisipaliteite, sodat die streek se bestaande waterbronne se leeftyd optimaal verleng kan word.

Stellenbosch Munisipaliteit ontvang tans nog twee derdes van ons munisipale water vanaf Kaapstad waterbronne, via Wemmershoek- en Theewaterskloofdam. Aan die einde van Maart skakel die Munisipaliteit egter grotendeels oor na eie bronne wat ons afhanklikheid van Kaapstad bronne baie sal verminder, en ook meer water beskikbaar sal stel vir die Stad.

Save Water - 50 litres per person per day. Level 6B water restrictions.

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