Dziś rozpoczął się międzyinstytucjonalny projekt „Homesafety - bezpieczne miejsce zamieszkania“, którego celem jest określenie liczby osób zamieszkujących budynki przemysłowe i użytkowe na terenie okręgu stołecznego.
Today marks the start of a joint project focused on mapping the number of individuals living in industrial housing in the greater Reykjavík area.
Hoda Thabet, a cultural mediator at the welfare department, is the latest guest of Veltan podcast. The first minute of the podcast is in Icelandic, the rest in English.
Voting for My District 2021 has begun on Hverfidmitt.is and voting is open for residents who are born in 2006 or earlier, and have legal domicile in Reykjavik. Voting is electronic and will be open from the 30th of September until noon on the 14th of October 2021.
The emergency management of the City of Reykjavík is currently operating at a crisis level and these instructions are issued in accordance with the current level of civil protection and the restrictions issued by the government. The main goals are to reduce services as little as possible, but maintain normal infection control in accordance with the instructions of the Directorate of Health. Instructions will be reassessed and updated as the government reassesses the need for restrictions...
The deadline for the application of a special sports and leisure activities grant has been extended until July 31. The amount of the support is 45.000 ISK for each child and you can get the grant for activities registered after September 2020.
The mayor's residents' meeting - streamed meeting will be held in Gerðuberg Thursday, 24 June, 2021, 17:00 - 18:30
On the 17th of May 1990, homosexuality was removed from the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) International Classification of Diseases. Since the year 2004 LGBT+ rights groups from all over the world have worked towards official recognition of this day as well as bringing more visibility to the situation of LGBT+ people.
New rules on financial assistance from the City of Reykjavík are expected to take effect on April 1st. The cost increase due to the changes is 67.1 million ISK per year.
Preschools in the greater Reykjavík area will be closed until 12 noon today because of an organizational day.