The Harfield Village Association (HVA) is a very active, dedicated and involved civic association playing its part to ensure the wellbeing of residents in the area, and seeking to build and strengthen community, both in Harfield Village but also extending a friendly hand to neighbouring areas.

Harfield is indeed a small village with a big heart. Please join us, and help the HVA to expand and improve our impact.

10 Easy Steps

Join the Harfield Village Association

The HVA works together with the Harfield Village Community Improvement District (HVCID), Friends of Harfield Village Parks and
Har-Lyn Neighbourhood Watch to ensure that our neighbourhood prospers by keeping it safe, secure, clean and vibrant.

Many hands make light work, please join us, either as a Residential, Business or Cottage Industry member!

Be aware of your surroundings and become actively involved – we need your input, suggestions and feedback.

Manage Your Bin

By law, bins should only be put out on collection days and as close as possible to collection time. Proper management means less litter on our streets.

Parking

The streets in Harfield Village are very narrow. Please avoid creating congestion by obeying the laws and not parking illegally on yellow and red lines. Make space for your neighbours by utilizing parking in an economical way. If parking on the pavement is the only option, allow space for pedestrians to pass.

Pavements

Manage the pavement in front and alongside your homes by collecting litter, weeding plants and trimming trees and creepers.

Make the City Work for You

Residents can and must be active citizens in logging service requests on the City of Cape Town Notification system.
Look out for potholes, leaking drains and missing covers, illegal dumping etc and please report on the City’s website.
Each notice puts a dot on the map – the more dots, the sooner the problem will be addressed.
The City’s electronic reporting system will provide you with a reference number so you can track the progress on the request.

City of Cape Town website www.capetown.gov.za
Report a fault Report a fault (C3) 

You can use one of the following options to log notifications
Mobi site accessed via your smart phone http://www.capetown.gov.za/mobi
SMS 31220 for electrical technical faults
SMS 31373 for water technical faults
Call Centre : 0860103089
Email contact.US@capetown.gov.za

Mobilise Your Street

Join the Harfield Village Street WhatsApp group, either as a Street Captain or as an ordinary member. The safety, security and cleanliness of the village is a shared responsibility by the City of Cape Town, local civic associations and all residents. Communication is key to achieving these goals and the WhatsApp group is the quickest, easiest and most efficient way for the HVA to disseminate important information.

Keep in Touch

Keep in touch and get assistance through various Facebook pages: Harfield Village Association, Har-lyn Neighbourhood Watch, Friends of Harfield Village Parks and / or visit the HVA website www.harfieldvillage.org.za

Recycle

PPG Recyclers, Kadar: 0618390530
Oasis: 021 6712698
Wynberg Waste drop off: 0860 103 089
Recycle Rachel: 082 292 1588
Kool Waste: Barry 072 129 5787

Keep Important Numbers Readily Available

Police (National): 10111

Police (Claremont): 021 657 2250
Police Sector 1 Manager – W.O. Colin Geneke: 079 894 1555

 

HVCID Manager – Jen Rowe: 081 412 6109 (9am – 5pm Mon to Fri) / admin@hvcid.co.za
Har-Lyn Neighbourhood Watch: 071 802 2454

 

Ward 58, City of Cape Town

Councillor Sharon Cottle

Office number 021 400 5677

Cellphone 082 436 3069

Email : sharon.cottle@capetown.gov.za 

 

Ward Clerk, Leandre Layman, support to Councillor Cottle

Office number 021 400 5677

Cellphone 062 460 6906

Email leandreelizabeth.layman@capetown.gov.za

Respect Your Neighbour

Treat your neighbour as you wish to be treated, it really is that simple.
With thanks, THE HARFIELD VILLAGE ASSOCIATION (HVA)