• Feedback Pad

    “We’re listening”

    Knysna Municipality are making inroads in facilitating better communication between the organisation and its customers.

    Read more by clicking on the green header above.

  • Grant In Aid

    Municipality gives R576 000 to 48 local charitable organisations

    The Knysna Municipality handed over cheques to the value of R576 000 to 48 charities, schools, sport clubs and non-profitable organisations today.

    Read more by clicking on the green header above.

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    Knysna Municipality receives a clean audit for the second year running

    It was announced on 27 November that Knysna Municipality had received a clean audit for the 2013/2014 financial period, its second consecutive unqualified opinion with no findings.

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    Knysna role-players work together to solve parking attendant issue

    A collective drive to solve the longstanding problem of unofficial, unmonitored car guards in Knysna is currently underway, through cooperation between Knysna Municipality, the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the Sector 1 Community Police Sub-Forum (CPSF).

    Read more by clicking on the green header above

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    Knysna proud owner of Five Blue Flags

    At the national Blue Flag launch at Thesen Islands yesterday Knysna heard that the area will be the proud host of five Blue Flags during this year’s season.

    Read more by clicking on the green header above.

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    Water restrictions are still in place

    The Knysna Municipality urges residents and businesses to consciously save water, especially now that we are heading for summer. The 2014 winter season has been dry resulting in slower river flow.

    Read more by clicking on the green header above.

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    ESKOM APPEAL: Save power between 5pm and 9pm

    Eskom needs your help to reduce electricity usage every day from 5pm to 9pm.

    The national electricity system is currently operating under constrained conditions and is in RED alert. This is due to a high number of technical problems being experienced on the ageing Eskom generation plant.

    (Read more by clicking on the green heading above.)

REMEMBER TO CONSERVE ELECTRICITY BETWEEN 5PM AND 9PM EVERY DAY

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Important Numbers

EMERGENCIES ALL HOURS:
+27 (0)44 302 8911
GENERAL ENQUIRIES
+27 (0)44 302 6300
ELECTRICITY FAULTS
+27 (0)44 302 6397
WATER & SEWERAGE
+27 (0)44 302 6331
REPORT BABOONS NEAR HOMES
+27 (0)44 302 6551
ANTI-FRAUD HOTLINE 0800214764 CUSTOMER SERVICES SMS: 44453 SEDGEFIELD
+27 (0)44 302 6500

Public Notices

SAVE ELECTRICITY:
Click here for latest load shedding schedule & electricity saving tips.
DEALING WITH BABOONS:
Read more about how to deal with baboons on your property.
WATER RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN PLACE:
Even street numbers: 6pm-7pm
Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays
Odd street numbers: 6pm to 7pm
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
Read more about how to be water wise all year round.

Daily Water Usage

Week: 13 - 19 Apr 2015

Knysna
Target: 7 Ml/day
Actual: 11.3 Ml/day (prev 11.9)

Sedgefield
Target: 1 Ml/day
Actual: 1.6 Ml/day (prev 2.3)

Akkerkloof Dam: 46% Full
Knysna Rainfall: 49.1mm
Sedgefield Rainfall: 53.3mm

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ISDF Shape Your Future

Click here to find out more about the Integrated Strategic Development Framework.

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Lagoon Update

Click here to access the latest Estuary Water Quality Report and documents related to the Knysna Estuary Pollution Action Plan.

Tourism


The greater Knysna area is a popular all-year tourism destination.
Click here for the official Knysna Tourism website.
Click here for the official Sedgefield Tourism website.