Until March 8, 2024, applications for funding professional cultural projects designed for people with disabilities can be submitted to the Tallinn Culture and Sports Department. The grant supports the creation of new events that consider the specific needs of people with disabilities and are artistically compelling. The city also organized an inspiration day to gather ideas and information.
Separate collection of waste is the only way to ensure better recycling opportunities for different types of waste, thereby saving both the environment and resources. Tallinn residents can dispose of separately collected packaging at their place of origin or at public packaging points.
As part of the Old City Harbour tramway construction, the urban space solution for Laikmaa Street is set to introduce a balanced mobility environment, more greenery, and convenient public transport infrastructure.
From March 1 to March 15, parents in Tallinn can submit applications for assigning a local school for children entering the first grade at municipal schools on September 1, 2024.
The City of Tallinn, in collaboration with the Social Insurance Board, has completed a guide titled "Sexual Harassment-Free Nightlife," aimed at creating a nightlife environment in Tallinn, and by example, in other cities, that is free from sexual harassment for everyone.
Renovation works of amortized water pipelines will take place in Tondimõisa park and its surroundings until April 30. Due to construction works, Tondimõisa park is partially closed to visitors. For safe movement in the park and its surroundings, please follow the temporary traffic regulations.
Tallinn's ice rinks have been offering joy to residents and visitors for the 18th consecutive season. All are welcome to enjoy winter delights, both during and after the school break.
Last year, Tallinn recorded 2.95 million international visits, over half of which were multi-day visits. The number of overnight stays in accommodation establishments reached 1.18 million guests, with the average length of stay increasing.
Today, the Tallinn City Government approved the detailed plan for Soodi Street 6 in Haabersti, allowing for the construction of up to three apartment buildings with commercial spaces, with a maximum height of five floors. This planning is among the last steps in developing the residential area bordering Stroomi beach, for which the city plans to construct a new kindergarten to ensure local services.
The City of Tallinn is planning the reconstruction of Ristiku and Härjapea streets to transform the existing street space into a modern, greener, and more inclusive urban area. A public presentation of the landscaping solution for Ristiku Street will take place on Thursday, February 29, at 5:30 p.m. at Pelgulinna Gümnaasium (Mulla 7).