Protection Services

This department works in cooperation with provincial and other traffic and emergency services and is responsible for traffic-related tasks including:

•    point duty to direct traffic
•    enforcement of local, provincial and national traffic laws and regulations
•    placing of traffic signage according to local, provincial and national traffic laws and regulations

Deputy Traffic Chief Mr Rossouw

Please note that Hessequa Municipality Traffic Department does not accept any payments on or after the court date on the traffic notice. If you have missed your court date please call the traffic department for further information.

How to pay my traffic fines

On PayCity you can view and pay your traffic fines electronically.

All you have to do is register an account to view and pay your traffic fines.

www.paycity.co.za

OR

BANKING DETAILS TO PAY A TRAFFIC FINE
Bank: F.N.B
Account Name: Hessequa Municipality
Account Number: 6222 591 7543
Branch code: 200313
Reference number: NOTICE NUMBER ON THE FINE
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7821
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 8101
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7963
Fax: 086 4066 386

PLEASE FAX OR EMAIL PROOF OF PAYMENT TO:
traffic@hessequa.gov.za

PAYMENT IN PERSON
Traffic Department
Mulder street,
Riversdale, 6670

Open Hours:
Monday to Friday: 8am to 3.30pm

Enquiries:
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7821 (office hours)
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 8101 (office hours)
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7963 (office hours)

Operations:
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7817 (office hours & after hours)
Tel: +27 (0)28 713 7917 (office hours & after hours)

Driver’s and Learner Driver’s Licenses & Motor Vehicle Registration / Roadworthy Test

Address:
­­Traffic Department
Mulder street,
Riversdale, 6670

Open Hours:
Monday to Friday: 8am to 3.30pm

Enquiries:
Telephone: +27 (0)28 713 7817 (office hours)

Information regarding Motor Vehicle Registrations:
Telephone: +27 (0)28 713 7817 or +27 (0)28 713 7818 (office hours)
Deputy Chief Morne Dyason

Please note that with every application acceptable identification is essential.
This includes a valid South African ID book, a valid South African passport or a valid temporary ID.

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You will need:
1. Acceptable identification
2. Two ID photographs
3. R 68

Optional dates and time will be presented to the applicant to write the Learners Licence Test. If for some reason you have to postpone the date, you will have to go to the office and re-schedule your appointment at least two days before.

You will need:
1. Acceptable identification
2. Learner’s licence
3. Two ID photographs
4. Fees:  CODE A1, A & B – R 135
CODE C1, C, EC1 & EC – R 200

You will need:
1. Acceptable identification
2. Current Driver’s Licence Card
3. If card expired you require one ID photograph. If still valid no photograph is required.
5. Fee: R140

1. Acceptable identification
2.One ID photograph
3. Fee: R45
4. An eye test may be required

1. First collect forms from office
2. Medical forms must be completed by your medical practitioner
3. Acceptable identification
4. Current drivers licence card
5. One ID photograph
6. Fee: R80 Driver’s license card: R40
7. Fee for police clearance: R80

Fire & Rescue

This department is responsible for extinguishing house and structural fires.
Field and Forest Fires are the responsibility of Eden District Municipality.

24 Hours Emergency Number:
for Accidents, Fires and Disasters
084 014 1828

House & Structural Fires
Emergency number: 084 014 1828

Field & Forest Fires
Tel: 044 805 5071 or 071 856 5719

Disaster Management

Office:
+27 (0)28 713 7822/7817 (office hours)
Mr. Frikkie Muller

Emergency number: 084 014 1828
Main priority during a disaster

  • Develop a clear action plan for emergency procedures.
  • Clearly define the roles and responsibilities of each of the agencies in event of an incident.
  • Highlight potential risks and identify appropriate mitigation measures.

Animal Pound

The impoundment of dogs/animals is the responsibility the pound master and law enforcement officials in the Hessequa area.
All efforts are made by the officers to track down the owner of the animal before it is removed from the area and taken to the pound.
All animals are logged in the pound register for record purposes.
Animals are well cared for at the pound. Images and information are placed in the local newspaper for adoption or to locate the animal’s owner. If the owner of the animal cannot convince or prove that the impounded animal is their pet, the owner must make a statement at the police station and provide the pound master with a copy of the signed statement. If found that the person had not spoken the truth, criminal charges against him / her to be brought.

Enquiries:
Tel: 028 713 7822 / 7817 (office hours)
Senior Law Enforcement Officer Mr. Frikkie Muller

Hours:
Monday to Thursday: 07:45 – 16:30
Fridays: 07:45 – 15:30
Payment Transaction Hours: 
Monday to Thursday: 08:00 – 15:00
Fridays: 08:00 – 14:00

After Hours or Weekends:
Please call 084 014 1828

Address:
Traffic Department
Mulder street,
Riversdale, 6670