Tallinn City Council Office
Vana-Viru 12, 15080 Tallinn
Phone +372 694 3201
Fax: +372 694 3259
Registry code 75015031
Office opening hours
The duties of the Tallinn City Council Office are, among other things, to:
- ensure that the city council, city council members, chairperson, factions and committees have what is necessary for their work and organisation of business matters;
- prepare and organise city council meetings and leadership meetings;
- publish, disclose and preserve city council legislation (regulations and resolutions) as well as other documents;
- review memorandums and petitions addressed to the city council by residents and organise the reception of residents.
The office is managed by the office manager and its staff consists of advisors, employees of the judicial and document department as well as the control and administrative department. Its non-staff comprises the chairperson’s advisor, deputy chairperson’s advisor and advisor assistants of factions.
- Contact details
Servant contact details are listed in the telephone book.
The public relations advisor is Kris Süld
Phone +372 694 3219
Phone +372 694 3201
- Useful links
- City Council membership
Agenda and materials of City Council sittings
Agenda, protocols and web broadcast of City Council sittings
Managing leadership meetings
City Council draft legislation
City Council legislation
- Salary details
Salary details are disclosed on the Ministry of Finance website.
- Public Procurements
Public procurements are published in the Public Procurements Register.
Legislations, useful information, frequently asked questions and user manuals of the public procurement register related to organising public procurements can be found on the website of the Ministry of Finance.
Tallinn Procurement Procedure
- Procedural Restrictions
Information about activities and decisions for which procedural restrictions are not applied is published here (clauses 11 (3) 4), 5) and 7) of the Anti-Corruption Act). Procedural restrictions will not be applied and a notice must be published:
- if the replacement of an official is not possible as a person meeting the requirements for the replacement could not be found;
- in regard to actions or decisions with which the institution performing a public task ensures the organisation of its work, with the exception of service-related decisions;
- in a city institution if, taking into account the specificities of the local government unit, the application of the procedural restrictions would be unreasonable from the point of view of public interest.
Currently, there are no such notices