Tag: Exceptional opening hours
Changes in the opening hours of Hakunila and Länsimäki libraries, December 19, 2022 - January 8, 2023
There will be changes in the opening hours of Hakunila and Länsimäki libraries, beginning in the week before Christmas and lasting till the Epiphany weekend.
A large-scale municipal strike ending, services back to normal May 10
A large-scale municipal strike, that begun on May 3, has affected the City of Vantaa’s functions in many ways. The strike is ending on May 9. From May 10, 2022, the services of the City of Vantaa will be back to normal.
Municipal strike to have extensive impacts in Vantaa
A large-scale municipal strike will begin on April 3. Trade unions Julkisalan koulutettujen neuvottelujärjestö JUKO (Negotiation Organisation for Public Sector Professionals), Jyty (the Federation of Public and Private Sector Employees), and Julkisten ja hyvinvointialojen liitto JHL (The Trade Union
Hakunila library will be closed for four months as of May 16
Hakunila library will be closed because of indoor-air-quality repairs from May 16 to September 15, 2022. A bookmobile will serve in Hakunila in May and June. You can return the items you have borrowed at any Helmet library.
Strike has ended, services function as usual
The large-scale municipal strike, lasting from May 3 to May 9, 2022, affected the City of Vantaa services in myriad ways. Now the strike has ended and the city’s services function normally.
The Helsinki Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends the gradual easing of restrictions on low-risk premises - the load on social and health care remains high
The load placed by the coronavirus pandemic on social and health care services in the Helsinki metropolitan area has remained high and non-urgent activities have had to be largely reduced. At the moment, however, it seems that the increase in the load has stopped and has begun to decrease in the
Vantaa to close premises and cancel events due to rapidly deteriorated coronavirus situation – activities for children and the young to continue, however
The City of Vantaa will cancel all indoor public events and close its public premises due to the rapidly deteriorated COVID-19 situation, in accordance with the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland's decision.
Open day care centers and residential parks continue to function outdoors
Residential parks organize activities daily, and the open day care centers at least once a week. The inside facilities remain closed.
Early education clubs are closed until the end of April
Clubs will be closed from April 12th to April 30th, 2021, in order to maintain the daily fulltime early childhood education.
Open day care centers and residential parks remain closed for the whole month of April
To prevent the coronavirus from spreading, open day care centers, meeting places and residential parks remain closed until April 30th, 2021.