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.

 

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Opening hours shops during Christmas holidays

Opening hours shops during Christmas holidays

The shops in the centre of the City of Brussels are allowed to be open on Sundays, also during the Christmas holidays.

Buy fresh vegetables at the GASAP

Buy fresh vegetables at the GASAP

GASAP stands for Solidarity Purchasing Group for Artisanal Agriculture (SAGAL in Dutch). A GASAP buys products directly from the producers, pays them in advance and places orders during an agreed period (at least one year). In tis way, the farmer or vegetable grower will not be confronted with surprises.

2020-2030 Tree Plan

2020-2030 Tree Plan

The City of Brussels made a plan to develop and protect its public tree heritage. The 2020-2030 Tree Plan should make the City more resilient and pleasant to live in.

Low Emission Zone: new ban from 2020

Low Emission Zone: new ban from 2020

The Low Emission Zone (LEZ) is applied in Brussels since 1 January 2018. This measure prohibits certain vehicles to drive in Brussels. From 1 January 2020, the diesel vehicles under the Euro 3 standards will also also be banned.

New Year's Eve 2020: schedule, practical information and mobility

New Year's Eve 2020: schedule, practical information and mobility

During New Year's Eve it is traditionally very busy in Brussels. Some tips for a good and safe party in the city.

5 tips for a zero waste Christmas time

5 tips for a zero waste Christmas time

Why not prevent the waste of wrapping paper this year for your Christmas gifts? Try another fun and creative way of packaging and make the surprise all the greater. These 5 tips guide you through a zero waste Christmas time.

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