• Article

    A training course took place at 29 Księcia Ziemowita St. during which participants saved victims of a car crash. A coach with children collided with two passenger cars. School students traveling by bus nearby were the first to respond.

  • Article

    Nearly 200 exceptional places in various parts of the capitol – get to know our Warsaw gastronomy guidebook. Visit our website and download Warsaw's Culinary Scene.

  • Article

    15 June, the ranking of 66 Polish cities with district rights was presented at the “Europolis. Civic cities” conference. Warsaw was on the podium of the most civic Polish cities.

  • Article

    On Sunday, 17 June, Varsovians could take a peek at the progress of works on the extension of Metro Line 2. The constructed Targówek Station was visited by more than 1,500 people over five hours. These included Mayor of Warsaw Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz and Deputy Mayor of Warsaw Renata Kaznowska.

  • Article

    Cutting-edge diagnostics equipment, comfortable conditions for patients and personnel, convenient surgeries, accessibility for people with disabilities – this is the new municipal outpatient clinic at 26 B Klaudyny St. in a nutshell. The facility will see its first patients, including adults and children, on 2 July.

  • Article

    Varsovians have selected the design for new city benches. The Warsaw Greenery Management has just signed an agreement with a contractor which will install at least 600 pieces of such furniture by 2020. The residents can, however, still make their remarks about the prototypes which will soon appear in the city space.

  • Article

    Local governments in the Warsaw metropolis speak with one voice as regards programming the EU funds available in the 2020+ financial perspective. Warsaw and its neighbouring communes and districts signed a new declaration on cooperation for socio-economic development.

  • Article

    Organisations can receive co-financing from the City of Warsaw by way of open calls for proposals or small grants. The Heritage Protection Department has allocated PLN 300,000 for such initiatives in 2018.

  • Article

    An iconic young-generation writer, one of the best reporters of the decade, a poet describing human body and identity in the most tender way, and a prose writer who has made her debut as an author of children’s books ‒ these are the laureates of the 11th edition of the Warsaw Literary Award.

  • Article

    Warsaw opened an account on WeChat, the most popular social networking site in China. It is aimed at promoting Warsaw as an attractive tourist destination among Chinese travellers.

  • Article

    The new Warsaw-Ursynów Independent Public Healthcare Centre is located in a municipal estate at 14 Kłobucka Street. Commercial premises on the ground floor of a residential building were adapted for the purposes of the new facility.

  • Article

    This year the City of Warsaw designated almost PLN 30 million in subsidies to be spent on Warsaw’s monuments. Renovation subsidies will be received by almost 130 objects from the register and the Municipal Registry of Historic Objects.

  • Article

    The Warsaw 2030 strategy in the city’s budget – Warsaw’ authorities will recommend the city’s councillors to adopt changes in the city’s budget to bring it closer to the vision of a capital of the future. This means more money for education, social assistance, culture and transport.

  • Article

    Mobile Gardens of Warsaw, Gardening Advice Points and Your Gardening Expert are just a few elements of the next edition of the competition “Warsaw in flowers and greenery” launched on 25 May. This is the largest competition in Poland devoted to greenery and ecology initiated by Mayor Starzyński.

  • Article

    The construction works of the Southern Hospital have entered the systems installation phase. The core and shell are ready, and the building is roofed. The topping out ceremony was attended by the Mayor of Warsaw.

  • Article

    More than 10,000 square metres of flower meadows will be sown this spring by Warsaw’s gardeners and residents. Varsovians will also search for places in which to sow annual plants, such as warszawianka (the garden cosmos), poppy and cornflower.

  • Article

    30 Polish cities have launched the most recent edition of a nationwide “Cycling May” campaign. Nearly 60 thousand students from 112 Warsaw schools are taking part in the campaign.

  • Article

    Hanna-Gronkiewicz Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw, announced a call for proposals addressed to non-public nursery schools for the purchase of 400 places for the youngest Warsaw residents. The City allocated for this purpose PLN 19 million to be spent by 2021.

  • Article

    Citizens’ projects, Warsaw-focussed initiatives and projects for counteracting violence, teaching how to safely use the media and new technologies, and appealing extracurricular activities. Between 2006 and 2017 the City of Warsaw spent more than PLN 75 million on NGO programmes addressed to schoolchildren.

  • Article

    Varsovians who live and go to school or work on the northern side of Wawelska Street will be relieved to hear that already this year the residential estate will be separated from the street with a green wall. Two-metre-high shrubs will be planted on an area of more than two kilometres along one of the main streets in the Ochota District. The contractor selection process is under way.