The Tel Aviv Municipality is in the process of preparing for winter:
Pruning trees and branches tend to fall.
Clogging pits and repairing sections of sidewalks and roads that may sink.
Checking the integrity of traffic light systems and highlighting road markings.
Preparation of manholes and pumps.
cleaning Ayalon and Kofar streams and preparing Hayarkon stream for the winter.
Publication of winter guidelines for public institutions
Publication of guidelines for all contractors regarding the preparation required for winter work - strengthening fences of construction sites, and treatment of dangerous structures.
Improving and reinforcing the treatment of Homeless people.
Preparations for evacuating residents and placing containers of accommodation equipment in residential centers.
In case of flooding, residents will be evacuated to municipal centers:
- Neve Eliezer Community Center, 6 Sheshet Hayamim St., for residents of Kfar Shalem and Yedidya, Ezra and HaArgazim neighborhood 073-3844120
- Bnei Brit Community Center - Neve Golan, 23 Isaac Harif St., for Jaffa residents 073-384415
- Community Center, 5 Kalisher St., for residents of the Carmel Market area 03-6583111 (extension 0)
- Beit Frankfurt Community Center, 23 Kitzis St., for residents of the Hadar Yosef neighborhood 03-6429409
Establishment of an underground drainage line for significant improvement in water transport. The work was carried out with innovative technology, with minimal disruption to residents, businesses and transportation.
Southern Tel Aviv
Establishment of "Movil Ezra", which collects water from the city's southern neighborhoods and drains it into the Ayalon Canal
Excavation of infiltration pits
Routing the water to an underground groundwater reservoir
Establishment of receptors capable of absorbing a large amount of rainwater in a short time.
Cleaning thousands of receptors and opening blockages along 270 km of drainage lines.
Strengthening water carriers (underground pipes for conveying rainwater).
Renewal of rainwater transport lines.
Cutting tree roots that entered the pipes and formed a barrier to the free passage of rainwater.