Service group: Finance and procurements
Mayor of Vantaa, Ritva Viljanen, has published her 2023 budget proposal. The city’s fiscal consolidation has generated good results, and Vantaa’s economy now rests on solid ground. Vantaa has reduced its debt by €250 million and is currently one of the least indebted cities among Finland’s large
Welcome to Vantaa Innovation Festival week! The Learning City webinar addresses digital education and life-long learning. Internationality, myriad innovation projects, and investments into digital education are Vantaa’s sources of pride! There will be three webinars on the subject during the
Welcome to Vantaa Innovation Festival week! Making the Green City Together webinar presents Vantaa environment-based innovations, green transition and the related partnering, as well as Vantaa’s goal of being climate-neutral in 2030. There will be three webinars on the subject during the Innovation
The financial framework’s profit and loss statement forecast a €165.4 million annual margin and a €50.1 million result for period next year.
Youth services promote the operating conditions of youth organisations and youth groups active in the city and support young people's opportunities to be active in and impact society.
Vantaa has a wide range of organisations young people can consult about everyday problems and larger issues.
Child home care allowance can be applied for by a family who has a child under three years of age who is cared for at home.
A family can receive private day care allowance from Kela to pay for private day care. This allowance can the paid right after the parental allowance term has ended.
Vantaa is currently the fastest-growing city in Finland. In order to guarantee growth both from the social and ecological perspectives, Vantaa has had to be innovative and to flexibly use its resources together with the residents and all of Vantaa's actors. Vantaa has been chosen as the European