"Sound and sustainable public spaces build stronger communities in which citizens highlight local assets, spur rejuvenation and serve common needs” - Project For Public Spaces.

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.

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2015-01-26

CityKidz offers inner-city children the chance to learn, play and grow in a safe and secure environment. Support this vital institution by taking a table at their Carnival fundraiser on 27 May 2015.

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2015-01-26

"If we care about having a happy, resilient, healthy and wealthy society we really should care about building social connections." Charles Montgomery, TEDx Vancouver

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2014-12-19

Thuli Madonsela has ordered mayor Parks Tau to compensate the owners of two buildings occupied by illegal tenants for nearly six years.
BY ANDISWA MAQUTU, DECEMBER 19 2014

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2014-12-04

Presentation by Lisa Seftel, Director of Transport for the City of Joburg, at the SCMD AGM November 2014.

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2014-12-04

The City of Johannesburg is organizing the second-ever EcoMobility Festival 2015, a month-long car-free district event from 1-31 October 2015, Transport Month.

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2014-12-02

With the announcement of the Eco-Mobility Festival next October, critics have been quick to point out reasons why it wont work. One main concern being the difficulties around taking bicycles onto the Gautrain.