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.
Since Friday 3 July 2020, the counters of the Demography Department (Population and Civil Registry services) have been reopened at the usual hours from Monday to Friday.
From Monday to Sunday, food trucks occupy several sites throughout the territory of the City of Brussels. The schedule is available on this website.
The students of the European School Brussels IV-Laeken have made a video about what planet Earth would look like in 2100 if the waste continues to pile up. Watch the video below!
A new 20,000 m2 park has been opened at the Rue Bruyn in Neder-Over-Heembeek. The Public Welfare Centre (CPAS-OCMW) decided to make the wasteland available to the local residents.
The July, August and September issue of Flashke, the newsletter of the Community Centres, is available on www.brussels.be. The newsletter is only available in Dutch and French.
Works will take place at the Rogier Tunnel (small ring road) in July 2020.