Tove Jansson Park on Katajanokka. Photo: Eero Nurmikko.

Mayor’s resident evening in Katajanokka on 2 May

Helsinki Mayor Jan Vapaavuori's resident evening is arranged at Wanha Satama in Katajanokka on 2 May.

During the evening that starts at 7:00 PM, the residents can ask the City of Helsinki's Executive Directors and the Mayor questions concerning Katajanokka. The event ends at 8:30 PM.

By showing up earlier at 5:30 PM at the Pop Up event market, the visitors can exchange thoughts with the experts in charge of the drafting and realisation of local policies.

You can send thoughts and questions to the organisers in advance here. The advance questions will be considered in the preparation of the resident evening. If you want your question answered, you are welcome to ask it at the resident evening.

The event is arranged by the Helsinki City Executive Office together with the Katajanokkaseura association.

The resident evening will be broadcast live and made available later as a recording on the Helsinki channel.

At the resident evening, there is a childcare service for children over 3 years of age, arranged in co-operation between the Pienperheyhdistys ry association and the Maahanmuuttajanuorten Helsinki project.

The address of Wanha Satama is Pikku Satamakatu 5.

Welcome to take part in the event!

#mayorsresidentevening #katajanokka

Read and see more:

Luonnon nään, Katajanokan videoviesti pormestarille (In Finnish)

Advance questions to the experts

Street gallup (video)


Katajanokkaseura association

Videos from previous Mayor’s resident evenings