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Due to maintenance works, the External site MyBXL citizen portal will be unavailable from Friday 2 December at 1 pm until Saturday 3 December at 7:30 am. Interruptions are still possible on Saturday 3 December. Due to the move of the services of the City of Brussels to the new Brucity Administrative Centre (on 12 December 2022), the waiting time for a telephone answer may be temporarily longer as well.


Naming the roads and paths of Haren

In 2020, the residents of Haren could submit names for 11 of their paths and roads. They suggested a total of 76 names. A jury composed of employees from the administration, the Office of the Alderwoman, the Toponymy service and a resident made a choice.

The new names that were chosen for the paths and roads:

  • Chemin des Asperges - Aspergesweg
  • Chemin des Trois Niveaux - Drie Niveausweg
  • Chemin des Machinistes - Machinistenweg
  • Sentier du Dépôt - Stelplaatsweg
  • Le Raccourci - De Binnendoor
  • Chemin du Verger - Boomgaardweg
  • Chemin des Tournesols - Zonnebloemweg
  • Chemin du Marécage - Kikkerpoelweg
  • Chemin des Petits Pas - Kleine Stapjesweg
  • Chemin du Têtard - Dikkopweg
  • Kempendelle

The map:

Next walks through Haren offer 3 signposted routes along the slow roads of Haren, through cultural, natural and historical sites:

Participatory process

On Thursday 17 September 2020, the City presented the results of the Vademecum study on the development of paths and roads in Haren. A participatory process for naming the paths and roads was started as well (from 17 September to 30 October 2020).

Created on 10/09/2020 (modified on 09/05/2022)