On Sunday 19 May 2019, Brussels welcomes the 20 km of Brussels (start at 10 am, finish till 3 pm). Certain main roads will be closed to traffic.
Do you have ideas to improve air quality? Do you want a neighborhood compost? Do you think inclusion of people with disabilities is very important? With the Initiatives for Sustainability call for projects, the City of Brussels supports your sustainable projects up to 5,000 euros.
The next European, federal and regional elections will take place on Sunday 26 May 2019.
The CALM program (Comme A La Maison - Like Home) of the SINGA association wants to put refugees in contact with people who can offer temporary shelter. The association is currently looking for people in Brussels who want to host a refugee.
The City of Brussels organizes 17 guided walks to discover the biodiversity in the parks and green spaces of the city.
Due to the organization of the elections, the Laeken liaison office will be exceptionally closed on Friday 24 May 2019.
The redevelopment works at Plattesteen and a part of the intersection with the Rue du Marché au Charbon will start from 13 May 2019. The works must be completed by mid-July 2019.
Each summer, the City of Brussels organizes 'Brussels in flowers'. This is a competition to incite private individuals to decorate their facade or small garden in front of the house with flowers. The purpose is to embellish the City. Registrations for the 2019 edition are possible till 1 July 2019.