Municipal administration

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Administrative Centre

The municipal administration of the City of Brussels is at the service of the citizens.

The website supplies information on the administrative procedures which can or must be started there, on acts and documents which are delivered as well as on the services delivered in numerous domains of the commune (for example early childhood, education, culture, cleanliness).

The address and phone number of the central services and the decentralized services of the commune as well as the opening hours are mentioned in the special edition of the city magazine Brusseleir.

Attention! This Brusseleir edition is only available in Dutch and French:

Search engine on City services

A search engine allows to carry out a search for the services of the municipal authorities (departments, services, units,...). You can search by name, work area, delivered document or the location (address, postal code).

Map with the Administrative Centre and liaison offices of the City of Brussels

Practical information

Municipal administration
Boulevard Anspach, 6
1000 Brussels
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Tel. : 02 279 22 11
Opening hours : only by phone.
Telephone hours : from Monday till Friday, from 8 am till 4 pm.
Closing period : closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
More information : Only a general phone number. The departments and services can be contacted directly for matters belonging to their domain.

 

News

News

  • Works and adjusted opening hours at Administrative Centre

    Works and adjusted opening hours at Administrative Centre

    Due to works, the opening hours of the counters at the Administrative Centre (1st and 2nd floor) will be adjusted from 19 September to 7 October 2016. It involves the counters of next services: extracts, police records and traffic, population and ID cards.

  • Changes at the Foreigners' Office

    Changes at the Foreigners' Office

    From 1 September 2016, the Foreigners' Office of the City of Brussels will only be accessible by email. Some specific administrative steps will still be immediately possible at the counter.

  • Certificates only available via e-portal

    Certificates only available via e-portal

    Since 1 June 2016, the certificates of family composition, residence (registration), life and nationality are only available via the e-portal.

  • Registration of foreigners only by e-mail

    Registration of foreigners only by e-mail

    Since 1 June 2016, all applications at the Foreigners' Office should be done by e-mail. Citizens of the European Union may contact europa@brucity.be, non-Europeans may contact worldcitizens@brucity.be. The measure must lead to a better service and less queues at the Foreigners' Office.