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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Bulky waste collection in June

Bulky waste collection in June

From 8 to 20 June 2020, the Public Cleaning Service is going to collect the bulky waste in Brussels.

Summer sales 2020

Summer sales 2020

In Belgium, a trader can only sell products under the name 'sales' ('solden' in Dutch, 'soldes' in French) twice a year. Both periods of sales are determined by law. Due to the coronavirus measures, the summer sales of 2020 will exceptionally run from 1 August to 31 August.

Call for innovative citizens' initiatives

Call for innovative citizens' initiatives

The City of Brussels makes 30,000 euros available to neighborhood committees or associations to encourage new citizens' initiatives.

Traffic changes at the Jardin aux Fleurs quarter

Traffic changes at the Jardin aux Fleurs quarter

From 15 June 2020, traffic will change at the Jardin aux Fleurs (Bloemenhof) quarter. The neighborhood will become safer but will remain accessible to all road users.

New urban farming greenhouse at Bockstael

New urban farming greenhouse at Bockstael

The City of Brussels remains committed to healthy, local and sustainable food. With the Food for change project, it is working on the goal of further valorizing existing urban agriculture ((collective) vegetable gardens and compost) and finding more available land for prospective gardeners. The ambition is to create urban vegetable gardens where possible and relevant.

Street art wall in memory of George Floyd

Street art wall in memory of George Floyd

The City of Brussels has inaugurated a new mural as part of its Street Art Trail. The street art wall, at the intersection of the Avenue de la Reine and the Rue des Palais Outre-Ponts, was made in memory of George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer during his arrest on 25 May 2020 in Minneapolis.

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