Register your cell phone number or update your personal details on the municipal SMS database to receive messages related to Saldanha Bay Municipality’s water restrictions, emergency situations (floods, fires, power outages and pipe bursts), notices and announcements.
Submit your completed SMS database registration form to any Saldanha Bay Municipal office. You can also fax your completed form to (022) 715 1518 or submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for an electronic copy of the registration form.
Saldanha Bay Municipality implements Level 6B Water Restrictions
Saldanha Bay Municipality has approved level 6B water restrictions, effective from 1 February 2018 until further notice. All water users are required to immediately use less water and must attempt to use less than 50 litres of water per person, per day
Level 5 water restriction tariffs are still applicable.
Click here for an electronic copy of the approved level 6 water restrictions.
Click here for tips on how to use less than 50 litres of water per person, per day.
Click here for an electronic copy of the Level 6B water restrictions table.
Click here for Level 5 water restrictions tariffs, effective from 22 November 2017.
During Level 6B Water Restrictions, municipal drinking water will not be allowed for bulk construction. Treated effluent is advised for bulk construction. Regular monitoring will be conducted by Saldanha Bay Municipality to ensure compliance. Click here to access the application form.
Customers with special requirements may apply for exemption from the water restrictions with the Director: Infrastructure and Planning Services. Click here to access the application form.
Top ways to save water indoors
You can help keep saving water by implementing key indoor actions, both at home and at work.
Click here for tips on the top ways you can save water indoors.
Water is a shared resource. Don’t use more than your share.
Eight ways to save water at home
Saving water is everyone’s responsibility. Do you know how much water you use at home?
- Click here for eight ways to save water at home and to find out how the community can assist the municipality in saving water.
- Water is a scarce source and should be used with care. Click here to see how we can reduce our water footprint by changing our habits.
- Do you know your current water consumption? Click here for more information on the average consumption of water at home.
- How to save water in your home.
- You consume more water than you realise. Click here for the top tips in reducing your water footprint.
- Water saving starts with you! Click here for more water saving tips.
Saldanha Bay Municipality, saving water one drop at a time.
H2O heroes guide to saving water
When it comes to saving water, there are so many small things we can do every day in our own homes, gardens, work and neighbourhoods that will make a big difference. Using grey water for gardens or having really short showers is a lifestyle adjustment, but it’s an important one if we want to ensure that we’ll still have water to drink, cook with and enjoy in the future.
You can be an H2O Hero too. Find out how at www.h2ohero.co.za for more information.
Click on the links below to meet some of the Western Cape Government’s Water Heroes: