At the end of February the Prague 7 Town Hall is moving to a new address at U Průhonu 38. It will open to the public 2 March and you will also find the information centre here instead of at Dělnická 44. Contact info remains the same.
Enrolment of future first-graders for the 2020/2021 school year will take place 1 and 2 April from 2pm to 6pm, including for prep classes.
Along with the Charles University Faculty of Science’s Laboratory for Air Quality Research, Town Hall is monitoring air quality in Prague 7. A new Czech Hydrometeorological Institute measurement station will be established on Argentinská.
Town Hall has had 250 potholes on sidewalks and pedestrian crossings fixed at its own expense over the winter. The repairs came to CZK 800 000 and funds from filmmakers were used for them.
Youth Assembly meetings will take place in the water tower on Thursdays from 3pm–4:30pm (representatives 14 and under), while the older group will meet Wednesdays 5pm–6:30pm. We are currently discussing building a park and placing benches and drinking fountains in the neighbourhood. Interested parties are invited. www.zastupitelstvomladych.cz
For more information – Department of Integration of Foreigners and Ethnic Minorities, Tomáš Taich, email@example.com, 220 144 190 / 603 372 148.