On February 12, the new building project for Tallinn's Kullo Hobby Center was presented to the public in the hall of the Kristiine District Government. The future Kullo will become a modern community center, combining a hobby school, youth center, and the first library in the district under one roof.
The meetings of the Kristiine District Administration committee that reviews applications from nonprofit organizations will this year take place on February 19, April 15, June 10, September 9 and November 18.
Räägu Park, located in the Lilleküla district, which underwent a reconstruction last year and waited several weeks for permission to use it, is open to everyone from today.
Tallinn is planning to construct new tramways on Liivalaia Street and along the Pollinator Highway (Putukaväil) leading to Pelguranna. The plan involves adding three kilometers of new tracks.
Starting this week, the routes of all existing Tallinn night bus routes (Mustamäe, Väike-Õismäe, Pelguranna and Priisle) will change slightly, and two new routes (Vana-Pääsküla and Viimsi) will be added.
Kristiine District Administration urges people to bring Christmas trees to the designated collection point. The campaign lasts until 16th of January, and the trees can be given away for free!
To ensure everyone can conveniently return home, key public transport lines in the city will operate until 3 am on January 1.
Kristiine District Administration has put aside public fireworks in recent years and will do so this time as well. We invite the residents of the district to abandon the traditional New Year's fireworks display and instead direct resources to charity.
The building of Hobby Centre Kullo, built in 1978, will be demolished in 2024.
Although most of the reconstruction work in Räägu Park has been completed by today, unfortunately we cannot open the park to visitors yet, as the use permit procedure is ongoing.