Service group: Urban planning
Myyrmäki participatory budgeting has progressed to the stage where the residents in the area can vote on the projects to be implemented in 2023.Myyrmäki major region
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
Vantaa celebrates its The New European Rising Innovative City award during the Innovation Festival week, October 20-30, 2022. During the week, we will arrange innovation-themed webinars, events, as well as publish the best proposals of the Urban Innovations of All Sizes competition.
Vantaa City Museum hires two building researchers and one archaeologist. You can ask them questions concerning protection and management of the cultural environment, building heritage, and relics.
In the planning of streets and parks, the City of Vantaa considers the needs of residents, nature and the built environment in a way that is sustainable and increases attractiveness.
Building control contributes to the creation and maintenance of a healthy, safe and comfortable built environment by providing guidance and advice to designers, builders, developers and property owners.
The rail network is the backbone of Vantaa, as well as an important part of the entire metropolitan transport system. Vantaa light rail interconnects Vantaa’s different regions more tightly together.