The Brussels Capital Region has activated the ozone and heat plan. During these exceptional weather conditions, this plan advises the population and especially those groups that are most at risk (children, older people and / or singles).
Since Thursday July 19, 2018 marches.bruxelles.be allows you to find, with a simple click, all markets located on the territory of the City of Brussels.
As part of the reconstruction of the central boulevards, the City of Brussels gives a bonus for the beautification or renovation of facades of buildings in this zone.
The BruSurf ICT centre is a training and education centre for digital technologies for young people. From September, it will offer new workshops and training.
Visitors to the Smurf Experience on the Heysel Plateau (Brussels Expo) will be able to use free shuttle buses this summer to extend their visit of Brussels in the shopping streets of the city centre or the Foire du Midi.
The City of Brussels works together with the owners of the Rue des Eperonniers (Spoormakersstraat) to offer young entrepreneurs the opportunity to test their concept by opening a shop. This 2nd edition of Pimp My Street is part of a larger project to revitalize this street in the UNESCO zone.
The City of Brussels participates in the campaign Sale chienne! (Dirty bitch!) of the 'Touche Pas A Ma Pote' (Hands off! Stop sexism) association. This non-profit organization dedicates itself to battle sexual harassment on the street.
The Tour & Taxis site will undergo an important metamorphosis in the coming years. It will become a new residential and leisure area in the centre of Brussels. From 11 to 25 June 2018 everyone could suggest new street names online. These new names are now being announced.