You can report activities under the Food Act and Health Protection Act primarily through the online Ilppa service or in the Oma Vantaa service. A public event notification must be made using a PDF form.
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.
The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals enable a horizontal examination of the future challenges and functions of cities.
Permits for matters under the Environmental Protection Act, Waste Act, Water Act, Section 161 a of the Land Use and Building Act, Land Extraction Act and the environmental protection provisions of the City of Vantaa.
Vantaa wants to be a carbon-neutral city where natural resources are used sparingly. As the local environmental authority, Vantaa provides environmental permits and monitors food safety.
Various permits are required to perform different activities in the municipality. Vantaa issues permits in its area for such activities as construction, event organisation, restaurant operations and the sale of tobacco products.
The goal of the project is to increase eating percentages while simultaneously diminishing Meal Services’ carbon footprint, as well as to teach children and the young the principles of sustainable lifestyles.
Eco-School is a sustainable development programme for day care centres, schools and educational institutes as well as providers of youth recreational activities.
The Urban Environment Customer Service gives advice on matters such as town planning, construction and maps.