The Johannesburg City Improvement District (CID) Forum represents and promotes Sustainable Place Management and Urban Management institutions, initiatives and individuals throughout Johannesburg.

The CID Forum has been established as a platform from which City Improvement Districts in Johannesburg can share information, follow international trends and keep track of issues that have an impact on City Improvement Districts as a collective.

Each City Improvement District is unique but collectively they are all affected by the decisions of Council and the public sector.

QUICK FACTS : CIDS IN JOHANNESBURG INNER-CITY April 2016 
(info on Northern CIDs to follow)


A report sponsored by the City Improvement District Forum April 2016




Latest News

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2017-05-29

Main Street Mall will play host to numerous buskers every Thursday between 10am and 4pm.

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2017-05-29

The Johannesburg Development Agency has organised and funded the “Walk My Jozi” weekend on 24 & 25 June. These walks are aimed at exploring the communities, heritage, art and food of each area.

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2017-05-25

The Joburg Social Movement (JSM), representing former Jozi@Work beneficiaries, is allegedly planning to trash areas such as Hillbrow, Joubert Park, the Central Business District and Braamfontein, at the end of this month.

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2017-05-24

The CSIR is conducting research about recycling in Johannesburg, on behalf of Pikitup.

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2017-05-24

A new Tourism Knowledge Portal has been developed by the National Department of Tourism and includes a national events calendar.

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2017-05-08

MNRRA devised a waste management and environmental pilot project in collaboration with their community (represented by the MNRRA), CAP Security, City Parks, waste buyers and the waste pickers.