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Ideas for Haabersti's Participatory Budget

Ideas for Haabersti's Participatory Budget

Out of Tallinn's participatory budget, 120,521 euros will be given to Haabersti for use in 2022. As perthe expert committee's decision, twenty ideas will be put to the vote in Haabersti District.

Tallinn poetry trail in Haabersti (Haabersti 43)
Pumptrack in Õismäe (Haabersti1)
Slacklines (Haabersti11)
Community gardens in Haabersti (Haabersti12)
A playground in Kakumäe (Haabersti18)
A ‘Park and Ride’ house for bicycles (Haabersti19)
Toilets and outdoor showers on Kakumäe beach – an appealing, comfortable and environmentally friendly solution (Haabersti2)
Rocca al Mare – building a forest trail in Haabersti (Haabersti24)
Parasols on Harku Beach (Haabersti28)
Musical instruments for open air areas (Haabersti3)
A bridge over Tiskre stream (Haabersti30)
Health trail ‘Barefoot’ (Haabersti33)
A children’s playground near the dog walking area in Õismäe bog (Haabersti36)
An outdoor gym with adjustable training equipment at 15a Järveotsa Road (Haabersti4)
Lighting for the inner block and children’s playgrounds (Haabersti40)
Bicycle parking areas for residential areas (Haabersti42)
A pumptrack and an interactive playground in Kakumäe (Haabersti5)
Fixing the Merirahu shore trail and swimming area (Haabersti6)
An educational cycling trail at 15a Järveotsa Road (Haabersti7)
Insect hotels (Haabersti8)


Tallinn poetry trail in Haabersti (Haabersti 43)

Tallinn poetry trail: Fragments of 30 poems from current Estonian poets that cover the entire Hanseatic city. These are the important details that make you stop in the endless flow of a big city. The trail is most comfortably accessible on foot, by bike or using public transport.
Submitted by: Reijo Roos

Code for voting: Haabersti 43


Pumptrack in Õismäe (Haabersti1)

A proposal to build a pumptrack in the Õismäe area to increase the possibilities for young people to participate in recreational activities.
Submitted by: Rutt Kivipõld

Code for voting: Haabersti1


Slacklines (Haabersti11)

A playful way to spend time for the whole family! From the moment you try stepping on the line, you are either addicted or want to give up. Slackline is very difficult at first, but by accepting the challenge with the whole family, you can playfully master tricks that you thought impossible at first glance. A slackline is a tightened elastic line attached to trees or posts. Its width can vary between 2.5 and 5 cm depending on its type and purpose. It is not stiff and can move up, down and side to side under your legs thanks to its flexibility. This enables its user to practise their balance and train core muscles. Trail examples: https://www.slackline.ee/tasakaalurajad
Submitted by: Helena Alvela

Code for voting: Haabersti11


Community gardens in Haabersti (Haabersti12)

All of us want fresh food; why not grow it ourselves! A proposal to build gardens open to the community in the Haabersti district to make citizens more familiar with horticulture, teach children about the circle of life and food, increase environmental awareness, offer fresh food and improve the accessibility of organic farming in the city.
Submitted by: Helena Alvela

Code for voting: Haabersti12


A playground in Kakumäe (Haabersti18)

Let’s build a large, attractive playground for the children of Kakumäe!
Submitted by: Siiri Pirn

Code for voting: Haabersti18


A ‘Park and Ride’ house for bicycles (Haabersti19)

Travel by bike more, even if you prefer to take the bus to city centre. A proposal to build a roofed shelter for parking that fits around 20 bicycles near the bus stops in the Haabersti district. This way, the citizens of the Kakumäe, Tiskre, Tabasalu and Tiskreoja subdistricts and other nearby citizens can park their bicycles safely and continue their journey by bus, for example.
Submitted by: Lilia Zujeva

Code for voting: Haabersti19


 Toilets and outdoor showers on Kakumäe beach – an appealing, comfortable and environmentally friendly solution (Haabersti2)

A proposal to build a beautiful pavilion for free use on Kakumäe Beach, including toilets with water and drainage, outdoor showers, a water fountain, a mother-and-child room, lockers, etc. You won’t have to be afraid of blue-green algae and bacteria any more and the beach can apply for the Blue Flag. By ensuring basic hygiene conditions, the beach will become an ideal place to spend time for all age groups and people with a variety of needs. We will retain the current natural environment and enjoy it all year round. Let’s make the public space comfortable for everybody!
Submitted by: Kaja Pirnpuu

Code for voting: Haabersti2


Rocca al Mare – building a forest trail in Haabersti (Haabersti24)

The forest trail between Rocca al Mare school and MyFitness is used by children going to school, people walking their dogs, people doing sports and many others every day. For 60% of the year, however, it is muddy, wet and dark. This is why we should install lighting on the trail, take care of the pavement and add a crossing in front of the RaM school. In addition, a road should lead straight to the Open Air Museum from the Rocca al Mare centre (around 0.8 km).
Submitted by: Karl Pillak

Code for voting: Haabersti24


Parasols on Harku Beach (Haabersti28)

A proposal to put wooden parasols on Harku Beach, so families with children can hide from the sun on a hot summer’s day.
Submitted by: Indrek

Code for voting: Haabersti28


Musical instruments for open air areas (Haabersti3)

A musical garden for children, young people and those young at heart! We will install musical instruments around Õismäe pond, so children and all others who are interested can create sounds while enjoying fresh air and develop their musical talent. This way, we can boost children’s musical development and they can discover the joy and influence of creating music. Making music in fresh air can bring people together in a way that many activities can’t. haabersti.myportfolio.com
Submitted by: Maksim Saber

Code for voting: Haabersti3


A bridge over Tiskre stream (Haabersti30)

A proposal to update Tiskre stream’s pedestrian bridge for safe crossing.
Submitted by: Grigorijs Beskins

Code for voting: Haabersti30


Health trail ‘Barefoot’ (Haabersti33)

Take a walk barefoot! A proposal to create a health trail that can be traversed barefoot because walking on a variety of terrains improves blood circulation, sleep and the work of your brain, liver, stomach, pancreas and other organs. These kinds of walks improve your health, immune system and help keep your body in shape. Examples form the rest of the world: https://ru.euronews.com/2021/07/12/barefoot-walk-moscow
Submitted by: Vadim Majeriovits

Code for voting: Haabersti33


A children’s playground near the dog walking area in Õismäe bog (Haabersti36)

We will create an environment, where children can play safely. The playground would be perfectly placed near the dog walking area in Õismäe bog.
Submitted by: Natalja

Code for voting: Haabersti36


An outdoor gym with adjustable training equipment at 15a Järveotsa Road (Haabersti4)

The construction of the Omnigym outdoor gym with adjustable weights in the Haabersti district gives its residents the opportunity to perform the same quality of strength training outdoors all year round as is possible to do in indoor gyms. Omnigym equipment is suitable for women, young people, the elderly and experienced athletes alike as adjusting the weights is simple and safe. The schools in the Haabersti district could carry out PE lessons in the outdoor gym, the same possibilities are available in Keila, Kostivere, Loo and Järvakandi. The range of equipment at Omnigym also includes training equipment suitable for people with disabilities.
Submitted by: Ott Kiivikas

Code for voting: Haabersti4


Lighting for the inner block and children’s playgrounds (Haabersti40)

Safe and well-lit courtyards for children and adults. At the darkest time of the year, navigating the courtyard of Õismäe 78 isn’t safe because there’s no lighting. Children can’t use the playground, basketball court or training machines in the dark.
Submitted by: Jelena Ljubotsko

Code for voting: Haabersti40


Bicycle parking areas for residential areas (Haabersti42)

A roof over every bicycle! As a pilot project, some bicycle parking shelters would be built in the residential area of the Haabersti district, which would solve the problem of small lifts and balconies in many apartment buildings.
Submitted by: Pavel Meleško

Code for voting: Haabersti42


A pumptrack and an interactive playground in Kakumäe (Haabersti5)

Through the years, citizens have raised a question during the Lions Club children’s run: “The health trail in Õismäe bog is excellent, but when are you going to build a skate park?” Tallinn Rocca al Mare MTÜ and LC Kakumäe MTÜ Lions Clubs have raised €20,000, which we are prepared to use for this project. The goal is to create an interactive playground for children and parents, where children would spend more time playing outdoors while actively moving, thus developing four important development factors – strength, sense of space, sense of rhythm and balance. The pumptrack would be useful for those riding scooters. More and more apartment buildings are being built in the Kakumäe and Tiskre subdistricts, but there is no space for children to spend their free time. A scooter park is in question as well.
Submitted by: Rein Pütsepp; Helina Laikvee; Kristi Opikova; Helena Alvela

Code for voting: Haabersti5


Fixing the Merirahu shore trail and swimming area (Haabersti6)

The Haabersti district runs along the sea and so we have the rare opportunity to relax by walking, running, cycling or swimming by the sea on a clean shore more privately than on larger beaches. We must keep the number of swimming and walking areas ever-growing. The trail on the shore of the sea is a natural connection between the recently finished Õismäe bog health trail and Kakumäe Marina. The swimming area has a sandy bottom, but it needs to be cleaned by relocating the rocks. We want to smooth out approximately 1500 metres of the trail that has become muddy and bumpy by sprinkling granite stone grit (0-4 mm) at a width of 1.5 metres to improve the track’s public use by runners, cyclists and walkers.
Submitted by: Rein Pütsepp - Lions klubi Tallinn Rocca al Mare president

Code for voting: Haabersti6


An educational cycling trail at 15a Järveotsa Road (Haabersti7)

The educational cycling trail consists of elements that imitate obstacles occurring in traffic and elements which are fun to ride through. The goal is to create a safe environment where children can develop their riding skills through play. All while in a safe environment. Elements imitating tram tracks, roots, holes, curbs, etc. can be seen on the track. The problem with the idea of learning trails is that today’s learning trails drawn on the ground are not attractive to children and riding on them becomes boring after a few laps.
Submitted by: Alo Lõoke

Code for voting: Haabersti7


Insect hotels (Haabersti8)

Almost 90% of the world’s flowering plants depend on insects. They are excellent at eliminating garden pests and food for many species – a very important part of our ecosystems. One technique for supporting the biodiversity of insects is to set up insect hotels in gardens where species can hibernate, reproduce and find shelter. A proposal to build an insect hotel out of convenient materials to offer the keepers of nature’s biodiversity more places to live and hide. An introductive information board should be placed near each hotel as well.
Submitted by: Helena Alvela

Code for voting: Haabersti8


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