City Park & Zoo Rules and Regulations

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Park Rules

With over 2,300 parks and approximately 10 000 hectares of green nature experiences, Joburg residents can enjoy the facilities.

“The City of Joburg spends billions of rands annually in its efforts to keep our city clean. The environmental impact is dire as well, as rubbish dumped in wetlands, lakes and rivers running through green spaces harms the city’s biodiversity,” JCPZ stated.

As more people will be flocking to parks this holiday, JCPZ urged residents not to litter in parks and to obey all park safety by-laws. Transgressions can be reported to the Joburg Emergency Call Centre on 011 375 5911 or to the rangers on 011 472 6539.

“The cost to remove illegally disposed of litter and rubble invariably takes away from the city using these much-needed resources to build a more vibrant Joburg. JCPZ, as the custodians of parks and open spaces, will have litter-picking staff and emergency teams in place over the festive season; however, the onus is on users to keep these spaces clean and vibrant,” said Bryne Maduka, the managing director of JCPZ.

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Rules of Parks

  • No Cars
  • No Motor Bikes
  • Noi Fires
  • No Alcohol
  • No Dogs
  • No Camping
  • No Music
  • No Dumping

Public Open Spaces By-laws for the City of. Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality

City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality

PUBLIC OPEN SPACES BY-LAWS  (PUBLISHED UNDER NOTICE NO 831 IN GAUTENG PROVINCIAL GAZETTE

EXTRAORDINARY NO 179 DATED 21 MAY 2004)

City Parks and Zoo Site Map

City Parks and Zoo

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