Cape Town water

These parts of Cape Town will have no water from Wednesday. Image: iStock

These parts of Cape Town will have no water from Wednesday

The Water and Sanitation Directorate in Cape Town plans to execute maintenance, causing temporary water disruptions in designated areas.

Cape Town water

These parts of Cape Town will have no water from Wednesday. Image: iStock

The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate is slated to execute planned maintenance work in designated areas. Resulting in temporary water supply disruptions.

The City expresses regret for any inconvenience caused. Underscoring the vital nature of this work in fortifying the water supply infrastructure for customer benefit.

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The areas that are going to be affected in Cape Town

In Gordon’s Bay (Dobson), a substantial segment bound by Sir Lowry’s Pass Road, Dennehoek Road, Disa Road, and the Coastline will experience a water supply interruption from 8:00 to 18:00 on Wednesday, 22 November 2023.

This temporary halt is imperative for the maintenance team to seamlessly integrate a newly installed pipe section into the existing water supply infrastructure. Residents in this region are urged to stockpile sufficient water in advance. To meet their domestic needs during the specified period.

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Simultaneously, a portion of Site C in Khayelitsha, covering Njongo Avenue and adjacent streets, will undergo a water supply shutdown from 9:00 to 17:00 on Thursday, 23 November 2023.

The purpose is to facilitate the maintenance team in connecting a new water meter to the 300mm diameter water supply main serving the area.

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Residents requested to do what?

“Residents are kindly requested to store enough water in advance for domestic consumption. Water tankers will roam the area to provide water for domestic use where required,” said the City of Cape Town.

While these interruptions may cause temporary inconvenience, the City of Cape Town urges residents to appreciate the long-term benefits these maintenance efforts bring to the water supply system.

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The improvements aim to enhance overall service reliability, ensuring a sustainable and efficient water supply for all.