Found in Mockingbird street, male, without a collar. If yours please contact Yvonne on 083 458 2863.
Brown male without a collar, found in Dodo Street at 8am. If yours contact Lesley on 082 464 6771.
Found: black male labrador about 2 years old found in Wiele Wale Street, Atlasville. Please call Zanthé 083 653 8527
Missing Cat – Falcon Street Please help us find our newly adopted cat. We took her in only a week ago and she is extremely skittish. Missing from Falcon Street. Long-haired smokey grey in colour with light brown streaks Continue reading Two MISSING cats – please help us reunite with families
Monday 18 August 2014 07h00 Good Morning All, History of Atlasville We would like to compile information on the history of Atlasville which we will share with you in due course. There are numerous residents living in the suburb for many Continue reading Newsletter #2 August
Please help us find Dexter, last seen on Wednesday round 7pm in Mars street. Friendly male ginger cat, no collar. Contact Diane 072 223 3163.
MorningMy Devon Rex, Gollam went missing on Monday late afternoon.He is a male and has stitches in his tummy from a hernia operation. He also has a cone on his neck to prevent him from chewing his stitches out.I am Continue reading LOST: Male Devon Rex Cat
Good evening Atlasville, Please assist us in reuniting two residents with their furkids. FOUND: Blue & white cockatiel, in Venus Street, Atlasville. Photograph attached. Anyone with any information must please contact Brigitte on 0732316379. LOST: Female Yorkie named Dinky, from Maan Continue reading LOST Yorkie & FOUND Bird, 4 August
A resident picked up a mobile phone in Cockatoo Street #Atlasville this morning, belonging to John Ford. If anyone knows John, please ask him to contact Jeanette via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 2 May 2014 15h00 Dear Residents 240L Refuse Bins A reminder that the trolley bin refuse collection method becomes effective from Monday 5 May. Only refuse in the trolley bins will be removed. No loose bags on Continue reading Newsletter #1 May