Tag: Residents' magazine
Editorial: Vantaa’s Objectives for the Government Programme
Mayor Ritva Viljanen writes about Vantaa's goals for the new government programme and many important issues for the future of the city in an editorial in the residents' magazine 1/2023.
The very first Welcome to Vantaa Event
How people settle down and integrate to Finland and their own living area has been a discussed topic lately. From various perspectives, it is important that people who move to Vantaa settle down successfully and enjoy living in their new hometown.
Land use planning 2023: Vantaa is big in detached and terraced housing
While there is plenty of construction going on in Vantaa’s city centres by the railway, the city is also big in detached and terraced housing.
Mobile youth work supports a safe environment
The most important party when dealing with matters relating to young people is their home. Multidisciplinary work can provide support where it is needed.
Vantaa is creating a physical activity programme – join in and make a difference!
Vantaa is creating a physical activity programme with the aim of getting residents to move more and sit less. Residents are invited to share their ideas on how to get people to move.
Parliamentary elections and urban planning in the new residents' magazine
The first residents' magazine of the year, 1/2023, will be published on 11 March. Including lots of news about the Parliamentary elections, the city planning review, events, news and much more.
Vantaa’s own symphony orchestra offers world-class music experiences
Few symphony orchestras can say that they have visited the living rooms of hundreds of thousands of Finns, but the Vantaa Orchestra can. In a way. Players familiar from TV shows loved by Finns, such as SuomiLove and the Voice of Finland, are part of Vantaa’s own symphony orchestra, the Vantaa
Generations supporting each other at Mummun ja Vaarin Tupa
The low-threshold meeting places, Grandma and Grandpa's houses, are part of the preventive work of SOS Children's Village.
Celebrate authenticity by voting!
In Vantaa’s Government Programme objectives, love for the home region is intertwined with growth, competence, the future and connections in the hands of real and genuine people. Only by voting can you influence what the future will be like, with or without artificial intelligence.
M-Klubi charms audiences with diverse music choices
The music club in the foyer of Cultural House Martinus will continue in spring 2023. M-Klubi offers great live music experiences with varying themes.