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Highlights

Wawer District has a new outpatient clinic
Wawer District has a new outpatient clinic
The facility, located at 13 Żegańska Street, was constructed in 14 months. The free-standing building has three storeys, and is located close to public institutions of the district.
The new “Park & Ride” facilities of Greater Warsaw
The new “Park & Ride” facilities of Greater Warsaw
Thanks to EU funding, Greater Warsaw is to gain further 19 P&R facilities. As a result, more than 1400 parking places for cars and 850 parking spots for bicycles will be created. A new “Park & Ride” facility will be opened near the Warszawa Jeziorki railway station.
The Wake Up! campaign launched
The Wake Up! campaign launched
A social campaign called “Wake Up! Attention=life” has been launched. It is aimed at improving the safety of senior citizens on Warsaw roads. The Municipal Roads Authority is responsible for its implementation.
20 Łomżyńska – the first residents obtain keys to new flats
20 Łomżyńska – the first residents obtain keys to new flats
The tenement house at 20 Łomżyńska Street has been renovated. On Friday, 27 September 2019, Mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski presented the first residents with keys to their flats.
Remembrance Day for the Civil Participants in the Warsaw Uprising
Remembrance Day for the Civil Participants in the Warsaw Uprising
On 2 October 1944, the Warsaw Uprising fighting ceased. The commanders of the Uprising and the Germans signed an agreement in Ożarów under which the insurgents were recognised as prisoners of war according to the Geneva Convention, and no collective liability was to be applied to civilians.
How to segregate municipal waste in Warsaw?
How to segregate municipal waste in Warsaw?
We give you an overview of new municipal waste collection rules, and guidelines on waste groups which should be placed in appropriately labelled bins. The guidelines have been in force in Warsaw since 2019.
By metro to Trocka Street soon
By metro to Trocka Street soon
Since 4 September, Metro Line 2 trains have been running – without passengers yet – on the entire route. The line has been extended by adding Szwedzka, Targówek Mieszkaniowy and Trocka stations, the construction of which finished on 10 May.
School year has kicked-off
School year has kicked-off
On 2 September, 250,000 students and preschoolers began a new school year in Warsaw. The Capital City's inauguration attended by Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw, took place at Jan Śniadecki High School No. 30 in Warsaw.
Recycling machines gain popularity
Recycling machines gain popularity
Over 70,000 plastic bottles, 16,000 glass bottles and 26,700 cans – this is how many pieces of raw materials the residents have already put into recyclers. Eco-points received for discarded packaging are exchanged for prizes. The machine at Bankowy Square will soon be moved to Mirowski Square, which is why it is temporarily switched off.
Free-of-charge childcare in nurseries
Free-of-charge childcare in nurseries
The number of places in Warsaw nurseries will increase by 75% this year. By the end of 2019, over 13,000 toddlers will be provided with free-of-charge care.
Tap water is safe
Tap water is safe
Residents can safely use the supplied water and drink it from the tap. The recent failure of the municipal transmission collector has no impact on the quality of tap water in Warsaw which meets the stringent requirements and its properties are checked daily, at every stage of the treatment process.
How many people actually live in Warsaw?
How many people actually live in Warsaw?
By metro to Trocka Street soon. Since 4 September, Metro Line 2 trains have been running – without passengers yet – on the entire route. The line has been extended by adding Szwedzka, Targówek Mieszkaniowy and Trocka stations, the construction of which finished on 10 May.
Warsaw to subsidise water retention
Warsaw to subsidise water retention
A programme to subsidise the installation of small-scale water retention systems has been launched for consultation. The available subsidies for the construction of backyard rain barrels or soakaways can reach up to PLN 10,000. This project is part of Warsaw’s Climate Plan.
Forest playground open
Forest playground open
An owl-shaped telescope, net hammocks, and a forest observation tower, these are only few of the attractions to be found in the green playground. Starting today, you can use this new play area created next to the Powsin Centre for Environmental and Forest Education (CEPL).
Three metro stations in the Wola District almost completed
Three metro stations in the Wola District almost completed
Metro stations in the Wola District are having last elements of their interior wall cladding, suspended ceilings and walls behind tracks installed. The track bed inside the tunnels has already been completed, and new steel entrance structures are being installed on the surface. The construction work on this section of M2 is about to be finished.

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