The Prague 7 Town Hall once again has limited hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 7:30am –12pm and 1pm – 6pm; otherwise only by appointment. Please enter with your nose and mouth covered and disinfect your hands. Thank you for being considerate and respecting the public health measures.
Street cleaning will take place in Prague 7 from 2 to 20 October. You can find the exact schedule and dates on the town hall website. Please do not park on the indicated roads, including the sidewalks. Residents with a permit from the Transport Department (for which you need your ID card and large technical certificate) can park for free in the Letná garages. www.praha7.cz/temata/uklid-v-praze-7/blokove-cisteni
Parents from Prague 7 who are in a difficult situation can contact a counselling centre free of charge at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org or in person from 4pm to 5pm at the schools ZŠ Tusarova (23 September, 7 and 21 October) and ZŠ Strossmayerovo náměstí (30 September, 14 October).
Through the end of October, parents of Prague 7 primary and now also nursery school students can apply for an extra-curricular activity subsidy; the district will contribute up to CZK 1500 or 750 respectively. More information at the Social Integration Department from Petra Oliva Novotná, tel. no.: 603 372 135 or at www.praha7.cz/krouzky.
Starting 2 October, the manager of the Letná garages will be the Technical Administration of Roads. The price for parking is not changing. Current tenants must fill out a form on the town hall website and send it to TSK. www.praha7.cz/garaze-letna-meni-spravce
For more information – Tomáš Taich, email@example.com, 220 144 190 / 603 372 148.