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.


World Cleanup Day

On Saturday 19 September 2020 at various places in Brussels.

September 19th is World Cleanup Day. Alone, in a group or with the sweeper, clean the streets of Brussels in a good mood!

Open day of the road sweeper depots

For this day, the City of Brussels honors those who clean the city each day, by organizing an open day of several depots of the Cleaning Service. From 10 am, come meet your neighborhood sweepers and accompany them in their cleaning tour from 11 am. List of the 10 depots:

  • Brussels (1000)
    • Rue Haute 137 (Marolles)
    • Rue Melsens 38 (Sainte-Catherine Quarter)
    • Rue Masui 109 (Brussels-North Quarter)
    • Rue Jacques de Lalaing 35 (Squares-Maelbeek Quarter)
  • Laeken (1020)
    • Rue du Gaz 28
    • Avenue Impératrice Charlotte (next to the police station)
    • Rue Léopold I 109 (Bockstael Quarter)
    • Rue de Wand 134
  • Neder-Over-Heembeek (1120)
    • Rue Charles Cammaert 2
  • Haren (1130)
    • Rue Harenheyde 23

More info and registrations (required):

Support for citizens' initiatives for cleaning

Want to organize your own cleaning action with your neighbors or friends? The City also puts equipment at your disposal and helps you to evacuate collected waste (provided you make contact to determine the collection point):