The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) was established in 2000 and was the first City Improvement District of its kind in South Africa. The CCID is funded by property owners to provide complementary urban management services to a specific geographic area. These services include supporting and augmenting the City of Cape Town’s safety and cleaning efforts in the Central City; ensuring that the environment is well managed; that social development issues are addressed; and that the central city is promoted as a leading business destination.
The CCID’s managing agent is the Cape Town Partnership, a collaboration of the public and private sectors working together to develop and promote Cape Town’s Central City.
The CCID stretches from Buitensingel Street to Table Bay Boulevard, and from Canterbury Street to Buitengracht Street.