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Electricity044 874 3917
Water / Sanitation044 801 9262/9266
Fire 044 801 6311
Refuse Removal044 802 2900
Traffic / Licence044 878 2400 / 044 801 9315
George Law Enforcement044 801 6350
GO GEORGE Call Centre0800 044 044
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Published: 15 Nov 2017Title: Weekly Water Status 22 November 2017Status: Rainfall for the Week: 23 mm; Dam level: 75.13 %; Demand: 30.3 Ml; Target: 22 Ml; Weekly dam level difference: 8.63 %
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Electricity 044 874 3917
Water / Sanitation 044 801 9262/9266
Fire 044 801 6311
Refuse Removal 044 802 2900
Traffic / Licence 044 878 2400 / 044 801 9315
George Law Enforcement 044 801 6350
GO GEORGE Call Centre 0800 044 044
George Municipality Switchboard 044 801 9111
12 September 2017

Water Hotline launched

A dedicated telephone hotline for the reporting of contraventions of water restrictions has been launched by the George Municipality as part of its Drought Management Plan.

George municipal manager Trevor Botha said the dedicated 0800-number was free of charge to callers using landlines (not cellphones, which are billed per network rates) and was intended to make it as easy as possible for the public to highlight water concerns. “The public can call 0800 424 277 to report any individuals, businesses or entities that are not adhering to water restrictions.”

Calls made after hours, will be logged and referred to the law enforcement offices for action during office hours. Fines for the contravention of water restrictions in the George municipal area have been implemented as part of measures taken to manage the city’s water security. Repeat offenders can expect to pay up to R4 000 per offence, depending on the offence, or land up in jail for up to six months if found guilty.

Last published 13 September 2017