The results of the 2018 municipal elections at the City of Brussels can be found here:
On 17, 18 and 19 October 2018, a European Summit of the Heads of state and Government of the European Union and a ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting) summit will be held in Brussels in the buildings of the Council of the European Union, at the Rue de la Loi. A safety zone will be set up. Only authorized persons can enter this zone on foot.
You now have the opportunity to respond to the public inquiries organized on the territory of the City of Brussels (and/or to be asked to be heard by the Consultation Committee) via an online form. A link to the online form now appears next to each public inquiry on this website.
The Brussels Capital Region has developed a new Quiet.Brussels Plan. The objectives: reduce the effects of noise pollution on health, offer everyone the opportunity to gain access to peace and safeguard the attraction of the city. The design of this plan will be subject to a public inquiry from 15 October to 15 December 2018.
The City of Brussels is once again organizing a poetry competition for children from the 4th or 5th year of Dutch-language primary schools. You can participate until 15 December 2018.
As part of its Street Art Trail, the City of Brussels is launching a call for projects for the creation of 9 urban art frescoes on one of the four yard fences of the future Administrative Centre. Under the title 9 Visions of Brussels, the call invites artists to give their vision on Brussels. The call is open until 14 November 2018.
The City of Brussels offers visual artists from the City of Brussels the opportunity to meet at an exhibition which takes place from 8 to 10 February 2019 at the Vanderborght building. The exhibition is called 'Carte de Visite - ARTopenKUNST'. Artists can register till 19 November 2018.
On Tuesday 9 October 2018, the City of Brussels inaugurated the first public charging point for electric cars on public roads. The charging point is located at the foot of the Atomium in Laeken.