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Local Authorities are key agents of development and the provision of serviced land is one of the core functions of our local authority and one of the strategic objectives of the Strategic Plan of Council for the next five years. The provision of these services will have a direct impact on our communities’ health and well-being and therefore will address also a second strategic objective to create a safe and […]Read More
AS FOLLOW UP TO THE PREVIOUS NOTICE TO PERMANENTLY REPAIR THE LEAKING MAIN WATER SUPPLY PIPE AT THE RESERVOIR, PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT OTJIWARONGO MUNICIPALITY WILL BE SHUTTING OFF WATER SUPPLY. WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO TEMPORARILY SHUT OFF THE WATER ON 13 APRIL 2016 (TOMORROW) FROM 07:00 AM TO 11:00 AM THE TEMPORARY INTERRUPTION WILL BE AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE. YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND […]Read More
OTJIWARONGO MUNICIPALITY APOLOGIZES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THE WATER INTERRUPTION ON 10 APRIL 2016 MAY HAVE CAUSED. TEMPORAL ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE TO RESTORE THE WATER. WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO PROVIDE OUR CUSTOMERS WITH A NOTICE PRIOR TO SCHEDULED SERVICE INTERRUPTION. WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR CONTINUED UNDERSTANDING AND PATIENCE. THE COUNCIL WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH AND THE COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO SPRANG INTO ACTION BY HELPING […]Read More
PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT WE WILL BE EXPERIENCING WATER INTERRUPTION ON THE 10 TH APRIL 2016 (SUNDAY) FROM 8:00-13:00 PM. REASON FOR INTERRUPTION To connect the water pipe to the President’s office building adjacent to CENORED. DATE: 1O APRIL 2016 (SUNDAY) TIME: 8:00AM-13:00PM Areas affected: State Hospital and the surrounding houses, Woermann Brock and town. We regret the inconvenience this might cause. For any queries call us @ 067 […]Read More
Otjiwarongo I s participating in the Namibia Town of the Year Competition 2016. Competition will take place from the 20th to 31st October via sms throughout the country. In order to keep Otjiwarongo in the competition simply vote by sending “Town Otjiwarongo” to 51500. Sms cost N$1.00. Vote for your town, Otjiwarongo, Cheetah Capital of the world!!Read More
If we imagine a clean town, we might imagine a pleasingly attractive environment with well-maintained buildings and beautiful parks. We might also imagine a town that is litter-free, where the water is clean, the air fresh, the transport system effective, the laws and by-laws enforced and the community responsible. The benefits of such a town include healthy inhabitants and a productive economy, flourishing business hubs and ultimately a town that […]Read More
The Otjiwarongo Municipality on Friday entered into land-servicing deals with two private land developers. Deputy Mayor Archillaus Namaseb, in his official remarks at the signing ceremony, said council is excited to start with the land-servicing process at the town. The two companies are UUM Investment CC, and Conselect Engineering Services. Namaseb said council is happy to enter into these public private partnership (PPP) agreements which will make sure that council is […]Read More
A solar power plant aimed at supplying electricity to Otjiwarongo residents in the Otjozondjupa Region is currently under construction. The plant is being built on a 12 hectare piece of land situated approximately 2km northwest of Otjiwarongo and will comprise 35 000 solar panels. Otjiwarongo Municipality Chief Executive Officer Ismael /Howoseb, Central North Regional Electricity Distributor (Cenored) CEO Mburumba Appolus and owner of HopSol Africa, the construction company for the […]Read More
Due to the increasing demand for service land for residential and business purposes, coupled with financial constraints to service and deliver land, the Council has embarked on a project to solicit public private partnership (ppp’s) with interested land developers for servicing of new extensions – Otjiwarongo Extensions 8 and 9, as well as Orwetoveni Extension 10 and 12. It is also good to share with you that Otjiwarongo is in […]Read More