The move of the Prague 7 Town Hall to the new building at U Průhonu 38 is planned for 10–21 February. In the second week of the move the visiting hours will be scaled back. Thank you for your understanding.

Czech courses for foreigners – complete beginners (A1) and intermediate (A2) – will start in February. The courses will take place twice a week for three months and are free. Info Tomáš Taich,
taicht@praha7.cz.

The majority of schools and nursery schools in Prague 7 will be holding open houses ahead of enrolment of new children in March and April, but some can already be visited now. More information on the Prague 7 website.

Since 2017, when Prague 7 implemented a „Zone 30“ speed limit on most roads, the number of accidents involving a pedestrian has fallen by over half. Last year no pedestrians were seriously injured here.

Prague 7 residents with a parking permit for blue zones can park in Centrum Stromovka for CZK 20 a night (8pm–8am). In order to receive a parking card, which is tied to the vehicle’s licence plate, proof of a parking permit from the municipal district must be presented to the shopping centre administration. More info: martina.novotna@cushwake.com. www.centrumstromovka.cz

Prague 7 has obtained access to the building in the courtyard of Veverkova 10, which housed a secret monitoring division of the political police StB. It could establish a school or pre-school there. www.praha7.cz

For more information – Department of Integration of Foreigners and Ethnic Minorities, Tomáš Taich, taicht@praha7.cz, 220 144 190 / 603 372 148.