Vantaa city council decided in its meeting on October 10, 2022, on the guidelines for the city's land-use and housing policy as part of the new council’s strategy.
Vantaa City Executive Board ratified Vantaa’s 2023 financial framework in its meeting on June 6, 2022. In addition, the city executive board discussed this year's first interim report and approved an agreement on building Vantaa into a more environmentally friendly city.
Vantaa City Executive Board decided in its meeting on May 23, 2022, to make the Vantaa light rail disposition plan available for public inspection. In addition, the city executive board handled several other alterations to local detailed plans and entered the city’s 2021-2022 environmental liability
On Monday evening, Vantaa city council had a referral discussion about the city’s financial plan.
In its meeting on April 25, Vantaa City Executive Board addressed the needs assessment of the high school planned for Aviapolis, as well as the related cost projections. The city executive board also discussed the themes of the Vantaa of Innovations strategy, as well as local detailed plan
An experiential park, housing units, and services are being planned for the environs of Backas manor.
The Finnish Institute of Health and Welfare (THL) rescinded its national recommendations for general face mask use on 14 April 2022. People can now use face masks at their own discretion, but in certain specific situations, the recommendations remain valid. On 20 April, the Helsinki Metropolitan
Vantaa city council ratified in its meeting on March 28, the plan for equality and non-discrimination work.
Several restrictions in the metropolitan area have been lifted during February as the epidemic has steadily improved. The Helsinki Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends to employers that, from 1 March onwards, extensive remote working can be gradually phased in to combine
The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland that indoor public seating be allowed at 50 per cent capacity from 8 February, onwards. However, it is also recommended that the maximum number of participants be limited