These telephone numbers are to be used in case of emergency.
Calling the emergency services 100 and 101 and 112 may only be done in case of real urgency. When calling them, supply all the useful information:
- The facts (kind of accident, disaster)
- The address and the place of the facts (municipality, street, number of house, locality, etc.)
- The number of persons in danger
The cost of the calls
The calls to emergency services 100 - 101 - 103 - 107 - 110 - 112 are free. This is also the case when calling the numbers beginning with 0800.
070 245 245
0800 32 123 (in French)
Suicide prevention centre
European emergency call
Fire brigades and ambulance
Web site: www.siamu.irisnet.be
To call in case of extreme urgency.
The centre offers an active support in the search of children that have disappeared or that have been removed. It also fights against the disappearance and sexual exploitation of children and gives aid to victims.
|0800 19 400|
Sibelga - gas odors
Emergency number for reporting gas odors in a home, building or street.
|02 274 40 66|
Sibelga - blackout - power failure - street lighting
Emergency number for reporting a blackout (power failure), current fluctuations in a home or neighborhood, and problems with street lighting
Other services are telephone counseling services.
Be-Alert is a new system for alerting and informing the population in emergency situations. Citizens are asked to register in order to receive a message by (mobile) phone in emergency situations. In 2014, the City of Brussels will be testing the system.
Elections on Sunday 25 May 2014
On Sunday 25 May 2014 elections will be held for the European Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies and the Parliaments of the Communities and Regions (including the Brussels Parliament). All practical info on the elections, voting as a EU citizen and voting by proxy.