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This service is intended for an elderly person, whose apartment or its immediate surroundings include obstacles that make everyday activities difficult.
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An intellectually disabled resident has the same rights and obligations as any other citizen living in a rented apartment.
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The City of Helsinki is Finland's biggest rental housing provider.
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Local operators can rent premises for free for local resident activities. For regular activities premises are rented on weekday evenings in general.
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The City's land areas can be rented for a variety of temporary and small-scale operations. Such operations include sand silos, circuses and funfairs, minigolf courses, summer theatres, collection boxes, ship berths, newspaper distribution locations, hunting rights and works of spatial art.
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The Rescue Department rents out the bedrock shelters it maintains in different locations in Helsinki. The bedrock shelters are rented out for storage and recreational use, for example.
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Water areas can be rented for the purpose of operating a restaurant ship or a floating terrace, for example.
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Please notify the Urban Environment Division's customer service about cars that have been parked illegally on streets, market squares and green areas by using the online feedback form. You can also send us an email or give us a phone call to make the report. In urgent cases, you can contact our customer service by phone.
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Based on the Health Protection Act, an operator must make a written report, well in advance before starting operations, to the municipal health protection authorities, which in Helsinki is the City environment sector's Environmental Health unit.
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City environment sector's Evironmental protection unit will give advice on who is in charge of extermination of the rats. If you see rats in the parks and on the streets of Helsinki, you can report your sightings directly to the City environment sector's customer service.
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E-service through which copies of certificates from comprehensive school and upper secondary school issued in or after 1987 can be sent for from the archives of the Education Sector.
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Rescue operations are in charge of securing a person's life or health when a fire or some other accident, or a threat of them, requires urgent measures.
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Organisations in the rescue field may apply for a grant for their operations.
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An online service for applying for a research permit for a study that involves the Education Sector.
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A research permit is required for a study that involves the Education Sector.
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Resident parking permits make it possible for you to park affordably in your residential area's designated parking spaces. Resident parking permits are only used in the inner city.
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Advice for housing health.
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The City leases and sells plots for houses, apartment buildings and row houses.
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Restaurants and cafés at Service Centres are open to all.
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There is a national application form and guidelines for applying for a retail sales license for tobacco products, which are the responsibility of the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health (Valvira).
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