26.11.2020 News : Yellow weather warning | Żółte ostrzeżenie pogodowe

A yellow weather warning has been issued today, Thursday 26 November from 09:00 to 05:00 on Friday 27 November. Żółte ostrzeżenie pogodowe zostało opublikowane dzisiaj, w czwartek 26 listopada od 09:00 do 05:00 w piątek 27 listopada.


25.11.2020 News : Disruptions to school and extracurricular activities

The fire brigade of the capital area (SHS) has been commissioned by the municipalities in the area to monitor the weather and weather forecasts and send out notifications if necessary, as appropriate in consultation with the police and education authorities.


21.11.2020 News : Changes in primary school activities as of November 23th

Cautious changes in primary schools will be made from Monday 23 November and will apply until 1 December. With the changes, the emphasis is on changing slowly and only going into actions or changes that are in line with the restrictions on gatherings in response to the spread of COVID-19 from health authorities. The changes are the same in the primary schools of Hafnarfjörður.


19.11.2020 News : Pee, poop, toilet paper! The toilet is NOT the trash can!

The project "pee, poop and toilet paper in the toilet" is a collaborative project between The Environment Agency of Iceland and Samorka in collaboration with the Association of Icelandic Municipalities and health committees in the country, which aims to reduce sewage and thus the burden on the environment.


18.11.2020 News : Support for children´s recreational activities

The Icelandic government's measures in response to the Covid19 pandemic include support for children's recreational activities. This support is granted to the families of children born 2005-2014, living in homes where the average income of supporters, individuals, married or in registered partnership, was lower than 740.000 ISK per month between March and July 2020.

18.11.2020 News : The museums reopen November 18

The museums in Hafnarfjörður will reopen from Wednesday 18 November, when cautious relaxations of the current restrictions on gatherings take effect. It is obligatory to wear a mask when visiting the museums, the two meter social distance rule applies and the maximum number of visitors is 10 people.