Residents are being asked to have their say, as the Stellenbosch Municipality Council has suggested lowering tariffs in the new financial year.

With locals who have struggled and continue to struggle during the coronavirus pandemic in mind, the Council has made a proposition to reduce Stellenbosch parking tariffs in the new financial year rather than increase them.

Businesses and families across Cape Town have been hit hard by South Africa’s lockdown and a reduction in any costs associated with living and working during this time will be welcomed.

“Stakeholders are urged to have their say on the matter. The closing date for public comments is 27 August 2020. For further information, please contact the Budget Office on 021 808 8512 or email [email protected],” said the Stellenbosch Municipality in a post on Facebook.

Residents can view the proposed amended tariff schedule HERE.

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