Ugu's stance on Illegal Water Connections
The municipality is set to take a tough stance against residents who are found to be having illegal water connections within their properties.
This comes after a unanimously taken resolution by the municipal council in the adoption of the Illegal Connections Policy.
The municipality has discovered that our water infrastructure network is being exposed to a wide range of illegal connections
which impacts significantly on the municipality's ability to collect revenue and the adequate supply of water.
The policy is meant to enforce punitive measures to those found to have connected water illegally thereby ensuring the reduction of non-revenue water.
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VENUES FOR COMMUNITIES TO GET WATER
The Municipality is awaiting more static tanks which will cater for Bhobhoyi, Gamalakhe and Port Shepstone and Albersville amongst other areas still to be identified.
All old age homes are being directly supplied by water tankers.
Communities will be kept updated as more tanks are put up.
- Hibberdene: ~ Hibberdene Library next to the Police Station
- Phumula and Umzumbe Urban area: ~ Phumula Supermarket
- Southport and Anerley:~ Southport Total Garage
- Umtentweni and Seapark: ~ Umtentweni Caltex Garage
- Marburg: ~ Ugu Marburg Workshop
- Murchison: ~ Murchison Hospital (For Hospital use)
- Shelly Beach: ~ Eskom
- Uvongo: ~ Next to Uvongo Library
- Margate: ~ Hibiscus Mall
- Ramsgate: ~ Next Ramsgate Court
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Ugu warns against water from unknown sources
While the municipality continues its efforts to resolve the current drought crisis and the salty water dilemma,
it wishes to warn consumers to take precaution when consuming water from unknown sources of supply to Ugu District Municipality.
Salty water as drought intensifies
The Bhobhoyi Dam which supplies water to most areas under the Hibiscus Coast urban and rural strip has subsequently dropped to its lowest level
ever due to the ongoing drought, causing most areas around Porshepstone to experience constrained water supply over the weekend. ...
Municipality to Continue with the Supply of Water
This serves to dispel the widely spread misconceptions which seeks to suggest that the municipality is intending close the water supply to
our communities as a result of salt content found on our water. ..
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NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS
Ugu District Municipality is committed to customer service and to communicate important information to our customers.
All Municipal customers are hereby requested to update their customer details with the municipality to
enable us to contact you when required. Updated postal addresses, e-mail address and contact numbers are
of special importance for communication purposes.
Updated information will ensure that all our customers receive monthly statements and any municipal notices timeously.
Customer details can be updated by completing the relevant form at the following offices:
Download:Customer Information Verification Form
- 28 Connor Street, Port Shepstone
- 27 Bazley Street, Port Shepstone
- 98 Marine Drive, Oslo Beach
- Preston Rd, Park Rynie
- Lot 186, Musgrave Road, Harding
Completed forms may be faxed to (039) 688 3453 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org