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Cape Town residents have the right and duty to participate in local government decision-making. We all have the opportunity, through subcouncils, ward forums, libraries, public meetings via written submissions (post, e-mail and paper forms), faxes and online forms to influence the way in which Council functions and make sure that local government policies, by-laws and projects are relevant to our needs.
 
This month, comments are invited on the following:
 
24 April - 24 May 2015 
The City of Cape Town is proposing an Informal Trading Plan for Subcouncil 2, which includes the suburbs of Kraaifontein, Wallacedene, Scottsville and Northpine. The City is mandated to manage informal trading in its area of jurisdiction. It may also, by means of the Informal Trading By-law, declare an informal trading plan for any place or area and specify restricted or... (More...) 

 
17 April - 17 May 2015
The City of Cape Town is in the process of revising the existing Informal Trading Plan for the Bellville CBD. The City is mandated to manage informal trading in its area of jurisdiction. It may also, by means of the Informal Trading By-law, declare an informal trading plan for any place or area and specify restricted or prohibited areas for informal trading... (More...)

 
10 April - 10 May 2015
The City of Cape Town is in the process of revising the existing Informal Trading Plan for Retreat, Lakeside and Bergvliet. The City is mandated to manage informal trading in its area of jurisdiction. It may also, by means of the Informal Trading By-law, declare an informal trading plan for any place or area and specify restricted or prohibited areas for informal trading... (More...)

 
Management of animals on beaches from Kommetjie to Blue Waters 
1 - 30 April 2015
Cape Town's coastline offers recreational opportunities, including dog walking and horse-riding, to a wide range of beach users. The City of Cape Town recognises that, although many people frequent beaches with their animals for recreational purposes, animals may negatively impact on other beach users’ recreational experience. To this end, it has embarked on a process to demarcate and regulate animal zones along its coastline. (More...)

     
Draft Budget 2015/16 public meetings 
1 - 30 April 2015
In terms of the Municipal Finance Management Act, a local government must submit a concept or draft budget to the public for its consideration and comment before a final budget can be presented to the Council. The Draft Budget for 2015/16 and allocated ward funding will be explained at a public meeting in your area. (More...)

    
30 March - 30 April 2015 
The City of Cape Town hereby invites comment from communities on the proposed amendments to the Integrated Development Plan document and the Draft Budget for 2015/16. (More...) 

 
Draft Community Residential Units Maintenance Policy
1 - 30 April 2015
The City of Cape Town hereby invites comment from communities on the Draft Community Residential Units Maintenance Policy. (More...)

    
Recommended names for the seven unnamed footbridges crossing over Nelson Mandela Boulevard and Rhodes Drive
1 - 30 April 2015
The Naming Committee of the City of Cape Town has recommended seven names for the bridges that cross over Nelson Mandela Boulevard (N2) and Rhodes Drive (M3). (More...)

    
1 - 30 April 2015 
The City of Cape Town hereby invites comment from communities on the draft Library Hall Usage Policy. (More...) 

  
23 March - 22 May 2015 
The City of Cape Town intends to enter into a contract relating to the provision of professional services in respect of the design and construction of Phase 2A Infrastructure: Stations.. (More...) 

    
Managing and operating the transport information centre
27 February - 24 April 2015
The City of Cape Town intends to enter into a contract relating to the management and operation of the transport information centre. The contract will impose financial obligations on the municipality for a period longer than three financial years.  (More...) 

       
 
Notice is hereby given of the process the City of Cape Town intends following in reviewing the
2012 – 2017 five-year plan (IDP) and drafting the 2015/16 – 2017/18 Budget. (More...) 

 
 
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