Coronavirus measures

The City of Brussels has taken several decisions in order to best respect the measures of the federal government in the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19). More info: coronavirus measures by the City of Brussels. Please note: at the Administrative Centre & liaison offices, all citizens are asked to come alone, maximum 15 minutes before the appointment time, wear a face mask (obligatory) and disinfect their hands.

 

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Redevelopment of the Place de Ninove

Redevelopment of the Place de Ninove

The City of Brussels is planning a complete redevelopment of the Place de Ninove (Ninoofseplein) from facade to facade. The Rue de la Poudrière (Kruitmolenstraat) that runs along the square is also being redeveloped. The entire perimeter is leveled and will turn into a residential area.

Wanted: female street names

Wanted: female street names

The City of Brussels joins the call for more 'women in the streets'. The inhabitants of Brussels can suggest female heroes who deserve a place in the public space, but they can also propose places, squares and parks that do not yet have a name.

Rules for tourist accommodation

Rules for tourist accommodation

Are you considering renting out a residence to tourists? Does your property meet the criteria? To run a hotel, offer a tourist accommodation or a room in your own home through Airbnb or another booking website, you must be registered with Brussels Economy and Employment and meet certain conditions.

New book about sewers of Brussels

New book about sewers of Brussels

The book Les entrailles de la ville: le charme discret des égouts bruxellois is the new publication of the Historia Bruxellae collection of the Museums of the City of Brussels. Discover how the history of the Senne and the sewers are intimately linked and why they still play a role in the water management of the city today.

Earth Hour at the Grand-Place and Atomium

Earth Hour at the Grand-Place and Atomium

On Saturday 30 March 2019, the City of Brussels will participate again in the Earth Hour event of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). From 8:30 pm, the lights of the City Hall, the facades of the Grand-Place and the Atomium will be switched off for an hour.