• Mayor unveils Sculpture in commemoration of June 2017 Fires

    In commemoration of the devastating June 2017 Knysna fires, Executive Mayor, Mark Willemse unveiled a Sculpture in front of the Knysna Municipality Finance Building, Queen Street, Knysna earlier today.

    The elegant and stately unveiling and commemoration was aimed at honouring and paying tribute towards those that lost their lives, homes, possessions and all those who offered their assistance during and after the devastating fires that raged through Greater Knysna.

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  • Municipality starts their Bio-Wise journey

    The Municipality recently pledged their support for the programme when they undertook to transform, over time, the Main Municipal building into Knysna’s first fully bio-wise building. The workshop was attended by the newly appointed Municipal Champions of Change and other key personnel whose task it would be to drive this programme internally at the Municipality.

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  • Upcoming meetings

    The following meetings have been scheduled for the month of June.

    Wednesday 6 June @ 14:00, Special Council Meeting

    Wednesday 27 June @09:00, Ordinary Council Meeting

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  • Municipality addresses housing issue

    Following a meeting with the Rheenendal Housing Committee on Thursday, 25 May, the Mayor, accompanied by the committee members and the Knysna Integrated Human Settlements manage, Knysna Municipal manager, Kam Chetty and Mawethu Penxa, once again visited the sites on which community members had erected illegal houses.

    “After discussions with numerous residents during these site visits, I phone the MEC and asked that he and his officials visit the area. A visit would allow him to assess the situation for himself, making it easier to formulate a plan of action,” said Cllr Bouw-Spies.

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  • Easy access to your municipal account

    Knysna Municipality is making it even easier for customers to get their accounts. All you need to do is download your account from the following link: http://knysna.docview.co.za/ Use your municipal account for both the user name and password. You can change your password after the first registration.

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  • Mayor officially opened Knysna’s first open air gym

    Executive Mayor Eleanore Bouw-Spies officially opened the open air gymnasium in George Rex Drive, next to Cathy Park, earlier today.

    Bouw-Spies said the Municipality was delighted when they heard that they have been selected as a beneficiary by the National Department of Sport & Recreation. “What a wonderful contribution as an outdoor activity and we want to thank the Department for the great initiative. This gym does not only allow our residents to get healthy outdoors, but the facility can be enjoyed by old and young, abled and disabled. Exercise time can now double up as family time!”

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  • LEVEL 3 WATER RESTRICTIONS IMPLEMENTED

    Level 3 Water Restrictions have been implemented by the Knysna Municipality with immediate effect. This new level of restrictions has resulted by Greater Knysna residents not adhering to the call to reduce their water usage. In the past week alone Sedgefield's target water usage of 1.9ML/day was exceeded with the area utilising 2.2Ml/day. Knysna's target of 8Ml/day was ignored and residents used a whopping 12.4Ml/day.

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INITIATIVES

WESTERN CAPE GOVERNMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS Garden Route Rebuild
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Garden Route Rebuild
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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
SEDGEFIELD
+27 (0)44 302 6500

Knysna Municipality Citizen Engagement Application:

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Public Notices

SAVE ELECTRICITY:
Click here for electricity saving tips.

DEALING WITH BABOONS:
Read more about how to deal with baboons on your property.

LEVEL 3 WATER RESTRICTIONS IMPLEMENTED: Level 3 Water Restrictions have been implemented by the Knysna Municipality with immediate effect. This new level of restrictions has resulted by Greater Knysna residents not adhering to the call to reduce their water usage. Read more about how to be water wise all year round.

General Valuation 2017 - 2022:
The valuation roll for 2017 - 2022 is available. Click here to view

Water Stats

Period: 6 - 7 June 2018

Knysna
Target: 8 Ml/day

Sedgefield
Target: 1.9 Ml/day

Akkerkloof Dam: 40% Full
Knysna Rainfall: 0 mm
Sedgefield Rainfall: 0 mm

Level 3 Water Restrictions Apply

Report Water Abuse on 060 998 7000

Simple Calendar

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Economic Data

Knysna Film and Events:

Knysna Film and Events
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Data & Statistics:
Data and statistic information.
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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.
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Click here for the official Sedgefield Tourism website.

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