The City of Brussels expresses its solidarity with the people of Christchurch (New Zealand) and its sympathy to the families and friends of the victims after the attack on Friday 15 March 2019. A condolence book is available at the City Hall.
Come to the Bockstael market in Laeken on Saturday 23 March 2019. The Picol non-profit association is holding a soup bar to announce the 13th edition of the Soup Festival. The Soup Festival will take place on Sunday 24 March on the Parvis Notre-Dame of Laeken from noon to 5 pm.
The City of Brussels and the Cultural Heritage Directorate will be restoring 3 of the 8 turrets of the City Hall. The works should be ready in the course of this autumn.
From 13 March to 14 April 2019, Brussels Environment and Bebat will launch a large collection campaign called Collecting more empty batteries together in Brussels.
The general presentation and the details of the 2019 budget of the City of Brussels are now available (in Dutch and French). The municipal budget contains all the expenses and revenue which a municipality is going to make.
The Marolles sustainable district contract launches the first edition (2019) of the call for citizens' initiatives Made in Marolles to support the residents and associations that want to improve life in their neighborhood. A support of 500 to 8,000 euros will be made available for the most ambitious and creative projects.
From 1 March to 5 April 2019, the City of Brussels launches a citizens' survey on the BXL20/21 project. This project is designed to adapt the administrative services of the City with the priority to be closer to the needs of the inhabitants. If you fill in the form at the end of the survey, you have a chance to win an electric step.