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Honorable Award for most beautiful hotel to the Mayor Barkat info/Pages/HonorableAwardhotelBarkat.aspxHonorable Award for most beautiful hotel to the Mayor Barkat<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/Hotels1.jpg?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​The president of the Israel Hotel Association, Mr. Eli Gonen, granted Barkat this title for his contribution to the promotion and development of tourism and hotels in Jerusalem.</p>​The award was given to Mayor Barkat because of his long-standing activities in positioning Jerusalem on the international and Israeli tourism map, providing a unique impetus for building hotels, demonstrating a deep understanding of the hotel industry and its needs.Mayor Nir Barkat noted that "our investment in tourism has proven itself, and thanks to creative ideas and thinking outside the box, together with the Jerusalem Development Authority and my partners in the city, I have succeeded in increasing the amount of tourism to Jerusalem, and to expose the beauty of Jerusalem, and with innovation and creativity, we can turn Israel into a pearl of tourism, strengthen the economy and expose our beautiful country to the world. "Thank you very much to the Israel Hotel Association.! "This is an exciting occasion for the mayor, who since his inception has worked to encourage and develop tourism in the city, in cooperation with the Jerusalem Development Authority, the Jerusalem Affairs Ministry, the Ministry of Tourism and Prof. Michael Porter.This cooperation led to a revolution in the field, and in recent years we have witnessed a trend of increased demand for hotels in Jerusalem. At the Jerusalem Marathon event last month, some 3,700 runners from around the world came to Jerusalem to enjoy the attractions it have to offer. In addition, the Jerusalem Conference Assosiation is promoting conferences in Jerusalem, so that almost every week a different conference is held in the city, bringing hundreds of visitors who stay for the rest of the week. Tech and high-tech industries are also being promoted simultaneously in the city.In addition, thanks to the allocation of many resources, including budgets allocated specifically by the Ministry of Tourism, which worked to advance the Encouragement of Capital Investments Law, 1,000 new hotel rooms will be added by the end of 2018 (both in boutique and other hotels). The next few years will add another 4,000 rooms.The unprecedented investment in the hotel industry is bearing fruit, and a recent survey shows that Jerusalem is perceived by its critics, Israelis and others alike, as a creative, leading and interesting city, especially in culinary and cultural fields. At the same time, there was a 25% increase in visits by independent tourists and in Milan tourism (tourism abroad), and a 35% increase in domestic tourism.4/2/2017 9:00:00 PM
Aviv Keinan Appointed Head of the Education Division of the Jerusalem Municipality info/Pages/AvivKeinan.aspxAviv Keinan Appointed Head of the Education Division of the Jerusalem Municipality<img alt="" src="/en/PublishingImages/aviv_keinan.jpg?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​For the past year, Keinan served as Deputy Manager of the JED following a five-year term as Vice President of Community, Education and Welfare of the Bat-Yam Municipality. </p>​This week, Aviv Keinan was appointed Head of the Education Division of the Jerusalem Municipality. Over the past year, Keinan served as Deputy Manager of the JED after a five-year term as Vice President of Community, Education and Welfare of the Bat-Yam Municipality. As Vice President he led all administrative and technical aspects of the education and welfare system alongside community projects. In addition, Aviv took part in the establishment of the Branco Weiss School Network and ran it for its first eight years of activity. Aviv holds a master's degree in Educational Administration from Tel Aviv University, an MBA from the Executive Business Administration program at Bar Ilan University, and a bachelor's degree in Law and History from Jerusalem's Hebrew University. His army service was carried out in the Intelligence Corps.Mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, congratulated him on his appointment and stated that "The Jerusalem Municipality placed the subject of education as a top priority and the education system in the city has gained momentum. The system faces many great challenges and I am positive that Aviv, who is a man of education with vast managerial experience on his side – will know how to continue and develop the educational system in the capital so that it may become a leader and most elite of its kind in Israel." Jerusalem Municipality General Director, Amnon Merhav, added that "Aviv brings vast managerial experience and many successes from his previous positions, while also combining a high pedagogical level, which will help to lead JED in the future."3/29/2017 10:00:00 PM
Good Deeds Day 2017 info/Pages/GoodDay2017.aspxGood Deeds Day 2017<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/good_day_1.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Birthday celebrations for the city's 90 year old veterans</p>​The Day of Good Deeds was signed in Jerusalem at the city's birthday celebration for 90 year olds, which included dancing, greetings and the personal stories of the participants. Mayor Barkat "There was a high response from all the residents of the city to the project, with an emphasis on the community aspect"For the sixth year in a row, the Jerusalem Municipality has participated in the "Day of Good Deeds", which was held today (Tuesday) with a large and unprecedented number of residents who volunteered together in the city's neighborhoods. The day ended with a happy birthday celebration for dozens of the city's 90 year olds, which included a dance performance, greetings and personal stories of the participants, with the participation of students from the Jerusalem schools. Among the celebrants was Malka Masuda, a resident of Nahlaot, who today celebrated her 100th birthday! Earlier, a dance was held for Holocaust survivors and an exhibition was held in cooperation with Café Europa and the Association for the Welfare of Holocaust Survivors.A Record breaking number of volunteer projects that combined thousands of residents with more than 40,000 volunteers from many sectors of the city! Mayor Nir Barkat "I was pleased to see that even in the sixth year of the project, there was a very high response from all the residents of the city, with an emphasis on the community aspect, and projects that very on a large scale. The choice to end the day with the 90 year olds birthday celebration testifies to the mutual respect shared by the residents and the sense of Jerusalem as a community - no one is left alone! "Credit for photos Arnon Bosani.3/27/2017 10:00:00 PM
The new Bezalel complex continues to be built info/Pages/ThenewBezalelcomplexcontinuestobebuilt.aspxThe new Bezalel complex continues to be built<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/NewBezalel-1.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​The local planning and building committee approved the granting of a permit to build the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in the Russian Compound.</p>​The municipal planning and building committee approved on Wednesday the granting of a permit to build the Academy of Art and Design at the Russian Compound in the center of the city. The transfer of the academy to the city center will provide the students with an urban, community and diverse learning environment. This is part of the plan to renew the city center, which sees the return of thousands of students from the Bezalel Academy to the center of Jerusalem as an important part of the program. The students will enjoy the advantages of living in the city center and will contribute to its development. In addition, many visitors from the center of Israel will enjoy a vibrant and vibrant cultural center.Mayor Nir Barkat said, "The return of an important institution like Bezalel with thousands of students to the city center will continue to revitalize and leverage the city center, which in recent years has become a bustling, vibrant and advanced center - more attractive to young people, students and artists. The Bezalel Academy joins other projects such as the Jerusalem Art Campus, the student dormitories and more, as part of the Jerusalem Municipality's goal of attracting young people to the center of the city, in order to strengthen their businesses and entertainment centers in Jerusalem.A little historyBezalel Academy of Art and Design was established in Jerusalem in 1906 on Shmuel Hanagid Street of today. Over time, the place was too short to accommodate the many students and visitors, and in the early 1990s it was decided to transfer it to Mount Scopus. About 10 years ago, it was decided to have Bezalel School of Design return to the city center, in order to make the old and important institution an integral part of the developing city center.Over the past few years, the Mount Scopus compound hasn't been able to accommodate the large number of students. This need, together with the desire to operate in an urban work environment that will allow creativity connected to the community and society (parallel to the development of the city center), has prepared the ground for the institution's return to the city center. The restoration of the Bezalel complex to the city center will contribute greatly to the development of the city's cultural and artistic branches. The institution is a source of pride for the city and the municipality, and the municipal interest is to maintain the institution as a leader in its field.About the planThe school will be located in the Russian Compound on an area of 10,394 square meters, which is owned by the Israel Lands Administration and allocated to the Bezalel Academy by the State. As part of the plan, the various plots in the area will be consolidated into one lot of 9,177 square meters, which will be used by the academic institution.3/28/2017 10:00:00 PM
Renovating Mahane Yehuda: upgrading the Shuk’s roofs info/Pages/RenovatingMahaneYehuda.aspxRenovating Mahane Yehuda: upgrading the Shuk’s roofs<img alt="" height="115" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/MahaneYehudaMarket.jpg" width="184" style="BORDER:0px solid;MARGIN:5px 15px;" /><p>​With the arrival of spring, Shuk Mahane Yehuda will undergo a facelift: the Eden Company, in coordination with the Shuk’s merchants, will renovate their roofs with an investment of around ₪15 million by December.</p>​Through the Eden company (the Jerusalem Center Development Company), the Jerusalem Municipality will soon begin a project upgrading the roofs of Shuk Mahane Yehuda. The project will cost around 15 million NIS, and is expected to be completed in December 2017. This is a joint project between the Municipality, the Ministry of Tourism, and the Jerusalem Development Authority (JDA), in coordination with the Shuk's merchants.Shuk Mahane Yehuda is currently blossoming both culturally and economically for the first time in years, thanks to cooperation between merchants, local business owners, and the Jerusalem Municipality—made possible by the Eden Company. The Shuk has become a focal point for many visitors from outside Jerusalem, and a tremendous success story that symbolizes the awakening of Jerusalem's city center. The Shuk houses a mix of Jerusalem businesses, restaurateurs, and a unique night life. All these have attracted visitors and revelers from all over Israel, who have brought economic and business prosperity. This is also evidenced in the tremendous demand for opening businesses in the Shuk.Shuk Mahane Yehuda has great business potential, in light of its strategic placement between major transportation axes and its attractiveness as a mercantile epicenter. At present, it has around 30,000 sq. m. of commercial space, which contains a wide range of businesses including traditional ones (food, services, clothing, and shoes), new businesses such as various boutique shops, gourmet restaurants, and others.The Municipality is committed to further investment in improving the infrastructure, developing commerce, and promoting culture in the Shuk, which represents one of Israel's strongest commercial and tourist centers.Jerusalem Mayor, Nir Barkat, emphasized that "in the last few years, the Jerusalem Municipality has invested, via the Jerusalem Development Authority and the Eden Company, millions of shekels to restore and improve the physical infrastructure of the city center. We expect to invest tens of millions of shekels more. The upgrading of the Mahane Yehuda Shuk area represents another successful example of our extensive activity to reinstate the city center as a thriving public space which is full of commercial and cultural activity."Member of the city administration and Community Council portfolio-holder, Moshe Leon, noted that "to my great joy, the Ministry of Tourism, led by Minister Yariv Levin, approved my request for budgeting 12 million NIS out of the 15 million NIS that were designated for the project. The improvement of Shuk Mahane Yehuda, the beating heart of Jerusalem, is very high on the Municipality's priority list—as it should be. This investment, unprecedented by any standard, will bring about the prosperity of businesses in the entire area and will represent an even greater source of attraction for tourists and the tens of thousands of Jerusalemites who visit the location every day."Deputy CEO of the Eden Company, Leor Bar David, explained that "after reaching a cooperative and agreed upon course of action with the merchants, and pooling the required resources, a tender was publicized which included the upgrading of the roof and the drainage system, the addition of lighting and innovative air-conditioning systems. The outline of the work, stages and timeline for implementation, were coordinated together with the Shuk's merchants, and they are full partners in the project."3/21/2017 10:00:00 PM
For the first time in 50 years: Jerusalem’s territory grew info/Pages/Jerusalem’s_territory_grew.aspxFor the first time in 50 years: Jerusalem’s territory grew<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/bniya1.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​The Ministry of Interior transferred land for new residential neighborhood in Jerusalem, which will have around 2,000 new residential units.</p>​250 new hectares of land were recently added to Jerusalem’s control following a multi-year process, which will allow the Municipality to establish a new residential neighborhood in Jerusalem with around 2,000 new residential units. In 2009, the Border Committee of the Interior Ministry met for the first time to discuss the possibility of transferring 250 hectares of land, adjacent to the Arnona neighborhood, from the Mateh Yehuda Regional Council and Kibbutz Ramat Rachel to the control of the Jerusalem Municipality. The land was used in the past as agricultural space for the Ramat Rachel Kibbutz.Recently, the Municipality received an official letter from the Minister of the Interior heralding the transfer of the land to the city’s control. Following this, and in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing and the Israel Lands Authority, we are planning to build the “Mordot Arnona” (Arnona Hillside) neighborhood, which will include more than 2,000 residential units.The approval of the program for the residential neighborhood and the transfer of land to the control of Jerusalem, afford us and the government authorities access for developing and marketing the neighborhood. The program has already been approved and was validated by the regional committee, and is currently being marketed, a process which is expected to last around a year—before building permits are issued.Mayor Nir Barkat noted that "we are strengthening and increasing Jerusalem's size. In the 50th year since its unification, it continues to grow and to develop. The establishment of a new neighborhood will allow us to attract young families to the city, to expand our response to the demand for housing in the city, and, of course, to strengthen Israel's capital."3/21/2017 10:00:00 PM
Four new dog parks in Pisgat Ze’ev info/Pages/FournewdogparksinPisgatZe’ev.aspxFour new dog parks in Pisgat Ze’ev<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/dog.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Around ₪1 million will be invested in establishing four new leisure areas for dogs in Pisgat Ze’ev, including new grassy areas, seating areas, shaded areas, trash cans, fountains, and dog-training facilities.</p>​The Parks division of the Department for City Beautification, with the help of the Moriah Company and the Ministry of Housing, plans to establish four new parks for releasing dogs in Pisgat Zeev. This is part of Mayor Nir Barkat’s policy to upgrade playgrounds in the city with the investment of tens of millions of shekels.The planning process for establishing the parks began a number of years ago, and work just recently began on four parks that will be added to the 13 existing parks across the city – for the benefit of four-legged companions and their owners. The locating and planning of the parks was done together with the community councils in a process involving the public.On Gal Street, the establishment of a grassy area is planned, as well as benches for sitting, shaded areas, trash cans, dog-training facilities, and a fountain. Next to Moriya Square, in central Pisgat Zeev, there are two locations for releasing dogs that are planned for upgrading by adding grassy areas, seating areas with benches and trash cans, a fountain, and new trees. The fourth park is located in eastern Pisgat Zeev. The park will be fenced, seating areas and fountains will be built, and it will also include dog-training facilities.In addition, in the coming years an additional ten dog parks are planned for construction. Upgrades are also expected in existing dog parks that are spread across the city in the Beit HaKerem, Gilo, French Hill, and City Center neighborhoods.3/20/2017 10:00:00 PM
Hundreds of new housing units in Kiryat Yovel info/Pages/Hundreds_of_new_housing_units_in_Kiryat_Yovel.aspxHundreds of new housing units in Kiryat Yovel<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/PinuyBinuyKyovel1.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​228 housing units will become 815 apartments that will provide suitable housing solutions for young people. Barkat: "In Jerusalem there is a potential for the construction of more than 30,000 housing units through urban renewal - in this way we can leave the young couples in Jerusalem"</p>​The Local Planning and Building Committee approved at its last meeting the granting of validity to three plans for "evacuation of construction" in the Kiryat Yovel neighborhood of Jerusalem1. Tehn Street 6-18 a program initiated by the Jerusalem Municipality and managed by Moriah. The plan was promoted on the track of the local authorities of the Ministry of Construction and Housing. As part of this plan, 59 existing apartments will be demolished and 255 new housing units will be built. Along with the development of a central avenue, the addition of commerce and the expansion of the street to a future crossing of the light line of the light rail. In total, there is an addition of 196 housing units. The architect of the program is Inbal Peled.2. Stern Street 29-33 A private initiative of the "Kedmat Hayovel" company. The plan proposes the demolition of three housing units with 102 housing units, and the construction of 320 new housing units in three towers. In total, there is an addition of 218 housing units.3. Stern Street 34-42 A private initiative of the "Kedmat Hayovel" company. The plan proposes the demolition of five buildings, including 67 new housing units, and the construction of 240 residential units in buildings with an elevation of 11-19 floors, alongside improved public space. Total number of units is 173 units.3/20/2017 10:00:00 PM
Jerusalem parents will receive a refund for camps info/Pages/Jerusalemparentscamps.aspxJerusalem parents will receive a refund for camps<img alt="" height="119" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/SummerCamp.jpg" width="184" style="BORDER:0px solid;MARGIN:5px 15px;" /><p>​Following receipt of a budget from the Ministry for Development of the Periphery, the Negev, and the Galilee – the subsidized portion of the fee paid for summer camps in 2016 will be returned to parents.</p>​As was promised to parents during the summer, following receipt of a budget from the Ministry for Development of the Periphery, the Negev, and the Galilee, the Jerusalem Municipality will provide a refund to parents for a subsidized portion of the cost that they paid for summer camps. This is for camps their children participated in during 2016. On Monday, February 27, 2017, the Municipal Finance Committee approved the differential reimbursement to parents who paid for summer camps for the 11th month, as part of the subsidization for the 11th month of school during the summer vacation. The reimbursement will total around ₪3.7 million, subsidized by the Ministry for Development of the Periphery, the Negev, and the Galilee. The refund to parents who paid for 11th month camps will be in accordance with the amount paid by them, and will total up to ₪300.The refund will be carried out between March 15, 2017 – April 9, 2017, led by the JEA, through the Community Administrations, who operated the programs. The refund will be handed out on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays from 300 p.m. to 600 p.m.The Municipality thanks the Minister for Development of the Periphery, the Negev, and the Galilee, Aryeh Deri, whose decision enables thousands of families in Jerusalem to enjoy financial reimbursement for the camps. We congratulate the Parents Organization of the Jerusalem education system, who participanted throughout and contributed to this success.3/18/2017 10:00:00 PM
75% Jerusalem youth contiue living in Jerusalem - Survey info/AllNews/Pages/YounthsurveyJerusalem.aspx75% Jerusalem youth contiue living in Jerusalem - Survey<img alt="" src="/en/Municipality/Municipal%20info/AllNews/PublishingImages/DSC_0899.jpg?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;MARGIN:5px 15px;" /><p>​A new survey states that three quarters of Jerusalem are very satisfied with their  life in Jerusalem. They  intend to continue to living in Jerusalem  and they recommend to living in Jerusalem to their friends.</p>A recent Youth survey brought by the Youth Authority of the Jerusalem municipality shows that more than 9,000 young people aged 21-40 stated that young people prefer life in Jerusalem. These findings will be presented for the first time at a young convention which will be held on Tuesday, 21.3.2017 at The Alliance House. The conference constitutes an additional move that underlies the strategic concept that the youth of Jerusalem are the blood and oxygen of the city - now and in the future.Mayor Nir Barkat, said that If in the past the problem was that the youth left the city, today we see that the youth is the future of the city. A lot of efforts and resources are invested in this. Jerusalem is returning to be an attractive city for young people, it is a leading high-tech city, with lots of culture in all areas of life. After eight years of massive investment in young people, it excites me to see these dramatic results and our success only strengthens our determination to continue to increase investment in young people in the city ".The survey showed that 75% of respondents expressed satisfaction with the life in the city of Jerusalem, and that 74% of them would recommend to their friends to live in Jerusalem. In addition, over 80% of the surveyed youth who are students believe that they will find work in the city at the end of their studies, and 75% believe that they are likely to find a job in the field they studied in Jerusalem (bio-tech, engineering, computer science, education, Social Science and medicine). 85% believe that they will remain living in the city in the coming years.The survey results shatters the existing perception that the younger population is leaving Jerusalem, and constitutes a current picture of all the activity we are investing in the development of the city's young population, employment and recreational and cultural life of the city.Jerusalem Youth Conference which will be presenting the results of the survey and will focus on a number of strategic issues and formulate a future work plans of the young Authority in the following areas Creative and Cool Businesses, Jerusalem activism, student experience, career development, tolerance and diversity and young families.3/12/2017 10:00:00 PM
Budget news - 50th year since Jerusalem unification. info/AllNews/Pages/JerusalemMunicipalitybudgetnews.aspxBudget news - 50th year since Jerusalem unification.<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/JerusalemTowerofDavid.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;MARGIN:5px 15px;" /><p>Jerusalem Municipality budget news for the 50th year since unification.</p>​Mayor Barkat “in the 50th year since Jerusalem’s unification, we are planning many projects that will change the face of the city and that will tangibly improve the quality of life in the city — thanks to budgets that we procured.”Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat will bring the Jerusalem Municipality’s 2017 budget for final approval next week (March 15, 2017). The new elements of the budget were made possible after Mayor Barkat enlisted the Prime Minister and government ministers to increase government support in Jerusalem by ₪700 million.The 2017 budget will allow the continued growth and development of projects in the fields of education, the city’s appearance and cleanliness, culture, infrastructure, construction of public buildings, construction of classrooms, welfare and community, and economic and tourist development. All of these will take place during the capital’s 50th year since its reunification. In addition, the Municipality expects that the city program to finance construction of 1,000 newly standardized classrooms in Jerusalem will be approved in the near future, in order to provide a solution to the current lack of space in all areas of the city.Mayor Nir Barkat explained that “in the 50th year since Jerusalem’s unification, we will embark upon many projects that will change the face of the city and that will tangibly improve the quality of life in it—thanks to budgets that we procured. This year, we undertook a paramount struggle for Jerusalem’s future. The government recognized my position that Jerusalem is a national challenge that requires broad support, not only in word but in deed and through budgets. I want to thank the Prime Minister and other ministers for their commitment to Jerusalem.”Barkat added that “in 2017 we will continue the dramatic leap that we began over the last eight years. The additional budget that we received from the government is a great victory for Jerusalem. Thanks to this agreement, we were spared having to fire thousands of workers, and we will be able to continue to invest in the residents and children and youth, who are our future. We will continue the investment in education, the massive investment in the environment adjacent to our homes, in the city’s appearance, playgrounds and roads, schools and parks, cultural institutions, interchanges and transportation, municipal services, support for the elderly and those in need, reducing gaps between the various sectors of the city, and all facets of life. As we approach the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem’s unification, I wish everyone a successful Year of Jerusalem.”• The Municipal Budget for 2017 totals 7,370 billion shekels.• The standard budget for the Jerusalem Municipality in 2017 5,470 billion ₪• The development budget for 2017 1,900 billion ₪For the budget ledger click here http// SummaryThe city appearance budget will increase by ₪66 million – ₪32 million from the current budget and another ₪24 million from the development budgetThe education budget will increase by ₪124 million.The budget for planning, development, urban renewal, and construction of transportation infrastructure will reach ₪323 millionJerusalem will become a smart city in a variety of projects and areas parking, waste, information systems, residential services, and more.The culture, sport, and youth budget will increase by ₪30 million forPublic buildings, swimming pools, community centers and youth clubs in neighborhoods will be built by investing ₪33 million.Welfare and community services will increase by ₪62 million through the current budget.3/12/2017 10:00:00 PM
Jerusalem Municipality App info/Pages/JerusalemMunicipalityNewApp.aspxJerusalem Municipality App<img alt="" src="/Municipality/Msg_84/PublishingImages/app_mess1.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>We have taken our technology up a notch! Access the website and download “Yerushalmi” – the new Jerusalem Municipality app. </p>​The new Yerushalmi app. brings digital services closer to you that ever before Where to find entertainment and recreation spots, submitting applications for parking stickers, appealing parking tickets and fines, making payments, loading Rav Kav cards, etc. – directly from your cellular smart phone.Through the Yerushalmi app. you can also register for Jerusalem city benefits and the application will display for you, anywhere you are, the closest and most relevant benefits for you. Do you already have a Yerushalmi card? You can register by means of a few simple steps and convert your Yerushalmi Card to a digital presence. The service comes to the palm of your hand and will be at your fingertips. Using Yerushalmi you will be able toObtain updates about events taking place all over the cityDispatch inquiries or notifications to the 106 hotline – directly from your smart phone, including attaching photographs, from wherever you are, on the spot, quickly and easily, and to obtain updates regarding the status of your inquiry. Obtain notifications that are relevant only to you based upon your residential address and neighborhood. Obtain information regarding parking lots and parking garages and the hours of business thereof.And much more...So what are you waiting for?For Android smart phones and tablets, click here.For iPhones and iPads, click here. 6/4/2016 9:00:00 PM
Making Service Accessible with Sign Language info/Pages/SignLanguage.aspxMaking Service Accessible with Sign Language<img alt=" " src="/Residents/PlanningandBuilding/Accessibility/Accessibility/PublishingImages/Signlang.JPG?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​The Jerusalem Municipality in Proud to Present: Making Municipality Services Accessible to the Hearing Impaired</p>​Ever been in a situation where you had to deal with bureaucracy like arnona, parking permits, school registration – but no one would listen to you? We, at the Municipality, recognize the importance of listening to you and providing you with the best possible service. We're proud to update you regarding a new service that will soon be launched for the hearing impaired a sign language translator who will personally accompany and translate municipality services for you. The translators will be at your service at Safra Square and will accompany and assist you in receiving service from all departments on Sunday 800 a.m. – 100 p.m. Tuesday 300 p.m. – 600 p.m. The service is provided free of charge and does not require prior coordination. All you have to do is come. 3/18/2017 10:00:00 PM
The Playkers app Playkers app<img alt="" src="/RecreationandCulture/Sports/SportMSG/PublishingImages/Playkers.JPG?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​The Playkers app is a sports social network helpful in locating sports facilities in the city, finding sports games such as soccer and basketball near your home, making and splitting payments, organizing a neighborhood game, and finding partners for tennis games and more – directly from your mobile device.</p>​Download the Playkers app and join Jerusalem's sports community.The app will be useful to you everywhere and will display the sports facilities and neighborhood games that are nearest and most relevant to you.On Playkers – a sports social network, you canGet updates on amateur sports events around the cityReceive information on the sports facilities and their hours of operationFind partners for amateur sports games relevant to youSend applications the Jerusalem Municipality regarding public facilities – directly from the mobile deviceReceive messages relevant only to you, based on your area of residenceAnd more…So, what are you waiting for? Start playingTo the Playkers Facebook page1/24/2017 10:00:00 PM
Municipal Rates - Arnona 2017 info/Pages/Arnona2017.aspxMunicipal Rates - Arnona 2017<img alt="Arnona 2017" src="/en/Municipality/Municipal%20info/PublishingImages/Arnona2017.jpg?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​These days, notices for the payment municipal rates for 2017 are being sent</p>​Final date for paying the ratesSunday, 2nd of Shebat, 5777 ,29.01.17 (without the "prepayment" discount)A bank standing order arrangementPayments under a bank standing order arrangement will this year be made in 12 index-linked installments starting from January of 2017. For those who paid the rates under a standing order arrangement in 2016, the arrangement will automatically continue in 2017 as well, unless the Municipality is otherwise notified.For your convenience, you may select the payment date for the standing order to be on either the 1st or the 10th of each month. Setting the date of the charge is done on the municipal website.You may apply to enter the arrangement by means of the payment notice form, or by using the application form found on the municipal website.Public receptionSafra Square, Building 1, on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, between 0800-1300. On Tuesdays, public reception is only available between 1500-1800.Scheduling an appointment in advanceTo schedule an appointment in advance, download the "Yerushalmi" app or click here.Telephone responseAt the number 02-6296333 , on Sunday through Thursday between 1600-1800 ,0800-1530 You may pay the rates by means of the notice of payment on a telephone call center active 24 hours a day (except on the Sabbath and on Holidays) at the number 03-9411231, and also by means of the computerized telephone response at 02-6296000.The municipal websiteDetailed information on the municipal rates, such as Council decisions and the "Tax Order", a specification of the types of discounts, forms, payment arrangements, advance scheduling of an appointment for a service center, means of contact, etc., can be found under the Municipal Rates section.3/18/2017 10:00:00 PM
New Soccer field in Baka Neighborhood info/Pages/NewsoccerfieldinBakaNeighborhood.aspxNew Soccer field in Baka Neighborhood<img alt="" src="/en/Municipality/Municipal%20info/PublishingImages/baka%20soccer%20field.jpg?RenditionID=13" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​New football field in Baka Neighborhood - Near Geulim school. The municipality continues to invest in neighborhoods! Last week, The Mayor, Nir Barkat, inaugurated a new synthetic soccer field near Geulim school in Baka neighborhood. The soccer field joins the basketball court, fitness facilities complex recently built in the neighborhood.</p>The soccer field near Geulim school built for the welfare of the residents. The field was inaugurated in the presence of the Mayor, Nir Barkat, the CEO of Moriah, Doron Noivirt, the Director of Sports, Itzik Kornfein, Chairman of the Community Council and the residents of the neighborhood.The new ground was built to high standards. Covered with a bed of synthetic turf , including lighting, flooring, fencing, infrastructure and water irrigation. The investment amounts to about 4 million ₪ after half a year's work. .The new ground is a replacement field to Kraft Stadium which is near Sacher Park. Kraft stadium area will become a water reservoir of Gihon. The new synthetic soccer field is a joint project of the Jerusalem municipality and the sports division in the municipality, the Moriah company who carried out the project, the Gihon company and the Community Council of Greater Baka.The field is built near the basketball court and fitness facilities complex which were also built in the neighborhood in recent months, together they form an active sports complex for the benefit of residents.In addition, over the coming months the Municipality's Urban Landcape Division will upgrade the playground near 125 Bethlehem Street and repair the roads and sidewalks of Zipporah and Gad Street.2/11/2017 10:00:00 PM



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