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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Need social help? Call 0800 35 243

Need social help? Call 0800 35 243

Anyone who lives in the Brussels Region and needs or has questions about social assistance (food, housing, debt, unemployment, professional or family situation, social isolation) can call 0800 35 243 free of charge.

Free trash cans

Free trash cans

The City of Brussels makes hard plastic trash cans available to its residents free of charge. This is to prevent the nuisance of garbage bags torn open by stray animals or birds.

Newsletter of the Marolles sustainable district contract

Newsletter of the Marolles sustainable district contract

The Marolles sustainable district contract launches its 2nd newsletter, for the summer of 2021. This newsletter contains news and activities about the Marolles district contract (in French and Dutch).

July and August issue of the Brusseleir

July and August issue of the Brusseleir

The July and August issue of the Brusseleir, the information magazine of the City of Brussels, is available on this website and in paper version at the various distribution points of the city. The magazine is only in Dutch and French.

Vaccination without an appointment

Vaccination without an appointment

People living in the Brussels Capital Region can go directly to the vaccination centres in Brussels to be vaccinated against the coronavirus (Covid-19).

Survey 'Living together with animals in the city'

Survey 'Living together with animals in the city'

The universities of Namur and Ghent are currently surveying citizens about living together with animals in the city. These questions are part of a broader research into animal welfare in the Brussels Capital Region. Do not hesitate to fill in the questionnaire.

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