CCID residential survey

The Central City Improvement District (CCID), the organisation that helps to make sure the streets of Cape Town’s CBD are clean, safe and caring, is currently conducting a survey of people who live in town.  By gaining a better understanding of how people use the city as a residential space, the CCID can better focus their services to make sure the needs of residents are met.

The survey will take you around 15 minutes, and by taking part, you stand to win one of three great prizes:

  1. An Apple iPod Shuffle
  2. A R200 dinner voucher for Bizerca Bistro
  3. A R150 breakfast/lunch voucher for Café Mozart

All results of the survey will remain confidential.  Overall results will be communicated to you through an exciting report that tells you more about your city and the people who live in it.

The CCID would very much appreciate your feedback, both in terms of Cape Town’s CBD and in terms of the CCID’s levels of service.

Here is the link to the survey:

If you have any questions about the survey, please don’t hesitate to contact Andrew Fleming, the researcher at the CCID, directly at

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