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Welcome to Waterfall 3 Neighbourhood watch …
A beautiful country suburb which is in close proximity to Hillcrest. Surrounded by the historically and ecologically significant Krantzkloof nature reserve which offers stunning views and is home to hundreds of different flora and fauna and includes species found nowhere else in the world.
At 500 meters above sea
Waterfall 3 only has a dozen roads and three entrance/exits – one of which is what we fondly call “the splash”, a tiny waterfall which runs across the road in Valley drive. This stream is surrounded by the most beautiful vegetation and is home to our famous leguaan, dassies, and porcupines.
An area that residents can enjoy peaceful walks or a cycle whilst admiring our stunning surrounds. Horses and miniature ponies are sometimes seen trotting in our roads and residents drive slowly or stop to admire them. Children can happily ride their bicycles in the area and enjoy the freedom of their youth.
Residents are encouraged to get to know their
We also organize guided walks in the reserve for our residents to enjoy.
This beautiful conservancy area is respected by all residents. To be able to sit and observe our incredible surroundings whilst enjoying the peace and quiet and occasional hooting of an
The Waterfall 3
A small suburb with a big heart! Family atmosphere and friendly community spirit.
We have a very active reaction team of residents in the area who help to keep our area safe! Out of just under 300 houses in the area, we have over 50% membership to the
A 24 hour dedicated Blue security vehicle patrols the area.
An area like no other. Waterfall 3 is an area we very proudly call home!
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The Waterfall 3 Neighbourhood Watch Committee can be quite a naughty bunch (and I can personally vouch for that) however in the same light they all have hearts of gold and this year they decided to have some fun and treat the neighbourhood to something special. Under...read more
As residents of the Waterfall 3 area, we are pretty much limited to the choices we have in terms of Internet Connectivity, given the fact that we have limited to poor cell reception, LTE is available, however the speeds and cost are ridiculous to say the least. This...read more
Our Blue Zones each have a dedicated vehicle that patrols the designated footprint 24 hours a day. These vehicles have resulted in a solid track record of significantly minimised crime within the communities they service.
A combination of high visibility patrolling from the dedicated vehicle, personalised community and vehicle signage, and the proactive nature of a dedicated service proves that community policing works. Operating within a dedicated footprint, the armed response officers get to know the area, monitor who should and should not be there, and, when in need, the vehicle ensures that project clients receive exceptional response times, in some cases within seconds.
The personalised nature of a Blue Zone extends to residents having direct contact with the response officer for meet and greet services. A dedicated vehicle solution is proactive by design and as such is a force to be reckoned with.
IN THE NEWS
As most of you know, the Waterfall 3 Neighbourhood Watch has a Reaction Team, their primary function is to ensure safety in the neighbourhood through regular patrols and attend to crises situations to offer support, however occasionally things happen that are way out...read more
The annual Waterfall 3 Neighbourhood Watch Easter Egg Hunt was held on 20 April and was yet again a great success with both the Adults, Children and Adults actiing like children. VIEW MORE PICTURES IN THE GALLERY A special thanks goes out to the Waterfall 3 Committee...read more
Monthly report on the crime in the area 8 April at approx. 17h25pm – shed broken into in Nevada – 2 African males seen on CCTV camera footage. Stole a panga and a pair of garden cutters. Nzinga – at about 3am homeowner got up to go to the toilet and heard dogs...read more