At the end of the Week of Mobility, the City of Brussels presents its balance of 5 years of cycling policy. For example, in one year, it will reach 70 km of cycling paths.
In each district of the City of Brussels, a Cleaning committee takes place twice a year. Cleaning committees are district meetings where the inhabitants can learn more about public cleaning. The dates and places for the committees of September, October and November are known.
The new outpatient clinic Madeleine Lejour opens its doors on Monday 25 September 2017. This new space of 10,000 m2 brings together all ambulatory activities of the Brugmann University Hospital (CHU) on the Horta site in Laeken.
From Monday to Sunday, food trucks occupy 20 sites throughout the territory of the City of Brussels. The schedule is available on this website.
The Allo? Allo! project, a telephone help line for custom assistance, runs in the Pentagon of Brussels (city centre). It is a unique information line for seniors with questions and needs concerning their daily worries: 02 474 03 00.
Together with the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), the City of Brussels inaugurated the work of Gola Hundun on the facade of the Solbosch Campus building H (Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50). The Italian artist is the winner of a project call launched in May 2017 as part of the Street Art trail.
The planning for the works on the pedestrian zone (Fontainas and Bourse zone) received an update.
As part of its Street Art trail, the City of Brussels has inaugurated 13 miniature images of Spanish artist Isaac Cordal. These statues now decorate different facades in the city centre around the Bourse.