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Cape Town Central City Improvement District set for a successful 2024

As the Mother City and its CBD emerges from a spectacular festive season, the Cape Town Central City Improvement…

Art project uplifts urban landscape in Cape Town CBD

A striking bollard art project by the Cape Town Central City Improvement District in the heart of the Mother City’s…

CCID makes a clean sweep in downtown Cape Town

Teams in the Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s Urban Management department removed 1 225 tonnes of…

Maintaining the fabric of Cape Town's Central City

As city centres around the world grapple with harsh Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, the Cape Town Central City is…

Staff News: CCID appoints new Urban Management manager

If anyone is on a mission to keep the CBD clean, it’s the new manager of the Cape Town Central City Improvement…

Cleaning the urban jungle

Cleaning the streets of a deserted Cape Town city centre is still dirty work, even during the nationwide lockdown…

CCID bids Richard Beesley farewell

For more than a decade, Richard Beesley arrived at work at the crack of dawn to inspect the Cape Town CBD. As head…

Creating a campaign: It's time to come clean

How do you conceive a campaign on keeping the Central City clean? That was the challenge of the creators of the CCID…

Time to come clean

It’s time to clean up your act if you live, work, visit or do business in the Cape Town CBD. Collecting waste and…

Partnering to provide a safe and clean environment

Strong partnerships continue to emerge at the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID), as the…

How CCID Urban Management helps prevent flooding in the CBD

Cape Town recently experienced much-needed rains and as winter progresses, more rains are expected…

CCID urges public to report graffiti taggers

One of the problem areas that the CCID Urban Management department highlighted during its recently concluded “It’s…

It's Time To Come Clean campaign progressing well

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) “It’s time to come clean” Urban Management campaign is…

It's time to come clean in the Central City

A visual and thought-provoking campaign to raise public awareness about keeping the Cape Town CBD clean is now in…

CCID AND KHULISA LONG STREET PILOT BIN PROJECT EXPANDED

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) pilot bin project alongside Khulisa Social Solutions on…

CCID STAFF NEWS: RICHARD BEESLEY CELEBRATES 12 YEARS AT CCID

2018 is a significant year for Richard Beesley, manager of the…

Khulisa and CCID team up for long street project

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) has been partnering with Khulisa Social Solutions on pilot projects…

Trenching & Trading

The trenching that is taking place all over the CBD has now become a familiar sight, as numerous contractors lay fibre…

Congratulations and salutations

In terms of staff news, 2017 is a big year for the CCID’s manager of…

A sweeping success story

The CCID has teamed up with Khulisa Social Solutions to provide structured work opportunities for social development…

Old habits, like cigarette butts, die hard

The CCID’s autumn #KeepItClean campaign was successful in getting smokers who previously dropped their stompies to dispose…

Farewell Lynn Oliver

At the end of this month, the CCID says goodbye to the assistant manager in its Urban Management department.

Lynn…

Vote with your butt

The CCID’s #KeepItClean campaign enters its final phase with a novel way to stub out your stompie and leave your mark.…