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Tree officer programme
Adopt a tree!
The objective of the <i>activités-nature </i>programme is to offer and promote educational activities centred on nature, the environment and sustainable develop...
Discover nature with all your senses at Haus vun der Natur, the nature centre in Kockelscheuer offering activities organised as part of the curriculum for Luxem...
Autumn and winter services
Collection of fallen leaves, clearing of snow, and salting of public roads, squares, bus stops, cycle paths and footpaths in parks.
Ban de Gasperich water tower
Luxembourg City is undergoing rapid growth, and both the number of residents and the city’s working population are increasing steadily.
Beggen: water treatment plant
Extension of the Beggen water treatment plant. Works will be ongoing until 2030.
Clearing of snow
Clearing of snow from pavements in winter. Assistance provided to persons living alone who are over 65 and/or have specific needs.
Don't miss pickup day! Check the collection calendar to find out when the different types of household waste are collected on your street.
Luxembourg City's ecological and social gardening project.
Connection to the gas and electricity networks
For technical questions concerning the gas and electricity grids (connections, metre installations, grid repairs), please contact Creos Luxembourg S.A.
Hot drinks to go are an important part of the morning routine for a large portion of the working population. However, these drinks are generally served in dispo...
Drinking fountains and public toilets
The City of Luxembourg provides drinking fountains and toilet facilities to the public free of charge.
A precious and vital resource
We are committed to ensuring events held in Luxembourg City are eco-friendly, by investing in reusable containers, promoting public transport and reducing energ...
Over 20% of Luxembourg City land is covered in forest (total: 1055 hectares).
From spring to tap
A precious and vital resource
Gasperich: Public park development project – Ban de Gasperich
16.6 hectares of green space. The park will have a playground, grassy areas, a sports field, and much more!
Keep our city clean
What you can do to keep our city clean (littering, street and pavement cleaning, hedges and shrubs, signage, graffiti, etc.)
Conservation of rare and endangered useful plants, awareness raising and knowledge transfer
Kockeldiko Nature Celebration
The grand nature festival, with its many workshops, stands and games on the theme of the forest, garden and more, will delight both youngsters and adults.
Limiting exposure to electromagnetic fields
The rise of cutting-edge communications technologies goes hand in hand with an increase in electromagnetic radiation.
Luxembourg City springs
Spring water collection systems operated by the City of Luxembourg
Luxembourg City's commitment to the environment
Luxembourg City is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of its residents through agreements and partnerships with organisations certified in environm...
Markets in Luxembourg City
Vast selection of products: regional, seasonal and organic products, flowers and plants, fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, baked goods, roast chickens, pasta, ...
Overview of activities
The activities centre on the forest, nature, life on the farm, gardening, and sustainable development. Whenever possible, they are held outside in order to give...
Protecting our municipal forests
The City of Luxembourg owns 1,055 hectares of forests, covering over 20% of its total area.
Reduce your waste
Some suggestions and useful links
16 tips to help reduce water consumption
Now available online: solar map and WiFi network mapping tool, up-to-date monthly information on air quality and many new projects currently being analysed.
The Grund: Ecological redevelopment of the Pétrusse Valley
Click here to learn all about the land restoration project for the redevelopment of the Pétrusse and the park situated along this waterway.
The nature centre
Located in the countryside outside the city, the "activités-nature" programme welcomes groups from the city's primary schools to the nature centre in Kockelsche...
The Service Hygiène: looking back on 120 years
The Service Hygiène, then and now
We encourage you to take part in this survey – your input will help us adapt our forests to your needs and ensure everyone can enjoy them. The online survey is ...
Walking and running
Explore Luxembourg City's forests: 7 marked trails in Bambësch Forest, 6 marked trails in Hamm, Cents and Bonnevoie, 1 marked trail in Kockelscheuer and lots of...
Walking your dog
Dog areas and dog poo bags
Water: connecting your home
Turning on, turning off, pricing and water meter for drinking water.
Wood fires: how to be environmentally responsible
Luxembourg City, which has over a thousand hectares of forest, has decided to open up the sale of quality firewood from its forests to its residents, selling it...