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Fire Department & Disaster Management: Porterville076 695 7454
Fire Department & Disaster Management: Velddrif;Dwarskersbos;Redelinghuys076 694 8683
Fire: PB;WW;GVW;Aurora;Eendekuil079 349 8619
Traffic Department- Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville083 272 4126/083 272 4129/072 657 1801
Ambulance services10177 / 022 433 8700
Electric services-Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville083 655 4846/083 272 4117/083 272 3294
Roads and Storm Water: Velddrif/Porterville083 272 4136/083 800 1763
Roads and Storm Water-Piketberg/Redelinghuys083 272 3850/083 272 4130
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Fire Department & Disaster Management: Porterville 076 695 7454
Fire Department & Disaster Management: Velddrif;Dwarskersbos;Redelinghuys 076 694 8683
Fire: PB;WW;GVW;Aurora;Eendekuil 079 349 8619
Traffic Department- Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville 083 272 4126/083 272 4129/072 657 1801
Ambulance services 10177 / 022 433 8700
Electric services-Piketberg/Velddrif/Porterville 083 655 4846/083 272 4117/083 272 3294
Roads and Storm Water: Velddrif/Porterville 083 272 4136/083 800 1763
Roads and Storm Water-Piketberg/Redelinghuys 083 272 3850/083 272 4130

Water Restrictions Lifted

Bergrivier Municipality will as of 1 October 2020, no longer have any water restrictions in place.
This comes after a decision was taken at a Council Meeting held on 29 September 2020, to lift the current level 3 water restrictions, as dams levels have risen significantly over the past two years.

Residents are allowed to proceed with their normal activities such as washing their vehicles, watering their gardens (at any time), filling up their pools, and using water for general hygiene and household purposes. The 100 litre per person per day is no longer applicable. We still urge all residents not to waste water, but to rather use it responsibly. For the full report go to the news section. Please click >>  here To Go to News Section.