WELCOME TO SALDANHA BAY MUNICIPALITY

Saldanha Bay Municipality (WC014) is a local municipality located on the West Coast of South Africa, approximately 140 kilometers north of Cape Town. It forms part of the West Coast District Municipality (DC1), situated in the Western Cape Province. The municipality is bordered in the west by the Atlantic Ocean, in the north by the Bergrivier Municipality and the east by the Swartland Municipality.

MORE ABOUT SALDANHA BAY MUNICIPALITY

The Saldanha Bay Municipality covers an area of 2015 km² and have a coastline of 238km. Our head office is located in Vredenburg, with satellite offices in Hopefield, St Helena Bay, Paternoster, Saldanha and Langebaan.

SALDANHA BAY IS ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO WORK, STAY AND RELAX.

Saldanha has the largest natural port in Africa and the area is earmarked as a regional motor for the development of the Western Cape Province.

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR

OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MANAGER

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

TAX SEASON STARTS 1 AUGUST 2019

Take time out to make memories. Use the improved eFiling channel and the SARS MobiApp so you can file your income tax return from anywhere 24/7. 

 

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2019/20 West Coast Rock Lobster Recreational Fishing Season

The 2019/20 West Coast Rock Lobster (WCRL) recreational fishing season will open on Saturday, 1 November 2019 and will close on Saturday, 11 April 2020.

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Indigent Benefits and Rates Rebate

Is your household income between R0 – R4 600 per month or between R4 601 – R6 000 per month? You could qualify for a rebate.

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Saldanha Bay Relaxes Water Restrictions to Level 3

Saldanha Bay Municipality relaxed its water restrictions from level 5 to level 3 water restrictions, effective 1 July 2019.

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matric 2019 exams - message from the mayor

This can be nerve-racking and stressful, but in the words of Edward Kock: “The
fireworks begin today. Each diploma is a lighted match. Each one of you
is a fuse.”

 

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Safety Tips for Parents

Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked in countries around the world, including the West Coast.

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