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Enter Espoo builds sustainable growth - Espoo Marketing is now Enter Espoo


The company that both orchestrates the leading innovation hub in the Nordic countries and is Espoo’s tourism marketer is now called Enter Espoo. The new name and company identity were announced at the company’s virtual fifth anniversary party on 23 October 2020.


Espoo surveys its residents’ views about the city’s services


During October, more than 2,000 randomly selected Espoo residents will receive a survey questionnaire by post. They will be asked to assess municipal services, such as school services, social and health services, safety, and housing and transport conditions. This is the first broader survey on municipal services to be carried out in several cities during the coronavirus epidemic.

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Action programme for meadows in Espoo


The nature management unit of the Public Works Department has started the process of drawing up an action programme for meadows and open areas. The aim of the project is to produce concrete information and to develop the management, number, network and diversity of meadows over a period of ten years and also make meadows a more important part of Espoo residents’ living environment.

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A record number of applications for plots for detached houses


A total of 78 plots were available in the City of Espoo’s application round for detached house plots around the city. We received 1,863 applications.

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Coronavirus Advice

On our corona page you will find topical information about the corona virus as well as related measures and restrictions.

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Outdoor Sports Facilities

If you use outdoor sports facilities, please follow these guidelines and instructions:

  • Stay at least a couple of metres away from other people.
  • Take care of hygiene (use gloves if you for example touch exercise equipment and blow your nose into a tissue)
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Juurisyy – Katja Reina's graphic art at Nature House Villa Elfvik

In the Juurisyy exhibition, nature-related themes reflect the diversity of human emotions and life situations. With her art, Reina wants to remind us all of the importance of maintaining an interactive relationship with nature.

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Do you suspect a coronavirus infection?

If you suspect you have any signs of the coronavirus, you can book a test appointment through the HUS coronavirus bot. 

If you wish to book an appointment by phone, call Espoo’s coronavirus helpline, tel. 09 816 34600. The helpline is open from Monday to Friday from 7:00 to 18:00 and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 15:00. In the evening, call the Medical Helpline, tel. 116 117.

You can also assess your symptoms at (in Finnish, Swedish and English). You will then get instructions based on your symptoms.

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