The Administrative Centre and the liaison offices of the City of Brussels will be closed on Monday 24 December 2018, Tuesday 25 December 2018 (Christmas), Monday 31 December 2018 and Tuesday 1 January 2019 (New Year). This includes services of the Demography (Population, Civil Registry, ID cards, Police Records,...) and Town Planning departments.
The shops in the centre of the City of Brussels are allowed to be open on Sundays, also during the Christmas holidays.
The Agenda 21 action plan indicates the effort of the City of Brussels in the field of sustainable development. It is evaluated every year. Here is an overview of the results of the year 2017.
The December-January issue of the Brusseleir, the information magazine of the City of Brussels, is available on this website and in paper version at the various distribution points of the city. The magazine is only in Dutch and French.
The City of Brussels set up a new cold wave plan for the winter. People who suffer from isolation or who are in a precarious situation can take their precautions and contact 0800 35 550.
The Public Welfare Centre (CPAS) of the City of Brussels makes free study rooms available to students to prepare their exams.
The shopping streets in the centre of Brussels have special lights during the Christmas festivities, as part of the 6th edition of 'Stores in Light'.