Tallinn's participatory budgeting for 2024 saw the submission of 491 proposals, surpassing the previous record by 76 and achieving the best result in four years. An expert committee will evaluate the feasibility of these ideas. The projects to be implemented will be decided through public voting.
Until October 8th, all residents of Tallinn have the opportunity to submit ideas for next year's participatory budget projects. In the past two weeks, 222 proposals have been submitted, with the most active participation coming from the Nõmme and Kesklinn districts.
The Tallinn City Administration approved the decision to start the 2024 participatory budget process during today's session. From 18 September to 8 October, all Tallinn residents have the opportunity to submit ideas regarding projects that should be undertaken in the city's urban space over the next five years.
In the vote on Tallinn's 2023 inclusive budget, projects that promote healthy and mobile lifestyles in an urban space close to nature and bring additional amenities to recreational areas were successful.
A total of 415 ideas for improving city life in the coming year were submitted by Tallinn citizens to the Tallinn participatory budget call for ideas, with the highest number of proposals intended to improve the areas of youth, sports and leisure.
A week ago, Tallinn launched a call for ideas to kick-start the city's 2023 participatory budget. The deadline for submitting proposals is 2 October.
From 12 September until 2 October, all Tallinn residents are invited to submit proposals about projects to be funded by the Tallinn participatory budget 2023.