City centre green spaces survey
Tallinn is a city with a lot of biodiversity - insects, birds and animals live right next to us, and it is important to provide suitable habitats for them.
In order to increase city's biodiversity, Tallinn is committed to steadily reducing the amount of mowing of green spaces. For example, since 1st of December last year, the city has signed new contracts for the maintenance of various green spaces, which also involves less intensive mowing.
For better assessment which areas in the city should be mown more or less in the next season, we need input about what kind of green areas are in active use, in which way and how often they are used. We are starting with a pilot project survey focused on gathering information about green spaces in the City Centre District. In the future, we plan to carry out similar surveys in other districts of Tallinn.
The survey will take place on Maptionnaire platform from 17.08 to 12.09. Thank you for participating!
In survey, please mark on a map the green spaces you use in the City Centre District and answer questions about their use. We hope that you can take part in the survey and thus make the living space better both for people and city nature around us.