ABOUT THE GRF
The Greymont Residents Forum was established in 2012 by the residents of Greymont in Johannesburg.
With increasingly constrained municipalities across the city, the establishment of the Forum was an inevitable answer to dwindling maintenance and service delivery.
As long as community residents contribute to its upkeep, it is able to provide the basic services in public spaces that the municipality would otherwise oversee. These include, and are not limited to, grass cutting, pavement weeding, road and curb markings, pothole repair, signage, park maintenance and clearing, litter clean-up, and general repair and painting.
At present the Forum is headed by Clive Malherbe, a long-time and dedicated resident of Greymont.
With increased support, it should look to evolve and grow into a functioning committee and take on bigger and long-term projects.
For now it is in need of basic finances to purchase supplies and pay its only devoted employee, Mike, who executes its practical maintenance projects.
How you can HELP
Though Mike works tirelessly, we still rely on all residents and public to keep our suburb clean and tidy. Sometimes simply picking up litter when you see it, reporting a water leak, broken sign or lamppost goes a long way.
Reach out to us to find out where else you can help...
see where you've helped
Thanks to your continued donations and support, these are some of the completed and ongoing projects by the GRF.