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16. Sep 2020 : Maintenance and renovation of playgrounds

Improvements to the open playground in Mosahlíð were completed this week, with a new fall protection layer and artificial grass, a new spring device and roofing around the area. In the next few days, improvements will be made to an open playground in Blikaás, and improvements are planned to be completed by next week at the latest. The municipality's journey in the maintenance and renovation of open playgrounds continues.

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14. Sep 2020 : Autumn exhibition 2021 – call for proposals

As in previous years, curators will get the chance to submit proposals for Hafnarborg’s autumn exhibition of next year. This year‘s autumn exhibition, The Wildflower, which opened on August 29th, was selected by the same method, from the proposals submitted last year.

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11. Sep 2020 : Suðurbæjarlaug reopens

Suðurbæjarlaug will reopen on Saturday September 12th after a few weeks of closure due to maintenance work. The outdoor area and thus the outdoor cabins will only be open where the construction of the indoor pool and changing rooms is still ongoing. The number of pool guests will be limited to 45 to begin with.

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10. Sep 2020 : Neat gardens and plots honoured in Hafnarfjörður

The Carmelite Convent at Ölduslóð in Hafnarfjörður recently received a badge of honour – Snyrtileikinn 2020 - from the municipality of Hafnarfjörður. Nine house owners received recognition for beautiful and well-kept gardens.

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7. Sep 2020 : Is the vegetation on your property a problem for others?

Tree vegetation has grown well this summer and in many places well out onto sidewalks and footpaths, which in many cases means that the vegetation has begun to obscure the view of both pedestrians and drivers. The line of sight for drivers should always be unobstructed and pedestrians  should be safe on the town's sidewalks.

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5. Sep 2020 : The Walk to school project has started!

The Walk to School project began in the beginning of September and will formally end with the International Walk to School Day on Wednesday October 7th. The aim of the project is to encourage children to adopt an active mode of transport to and from school and to increase their ability to travel safely in traffic.

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3. Sep 2020 : Plastic-free September! Join us and take active part

Plastic-free September is an annual awareness campaign with the purpose to make people think about the use of plastic and the plastic waste to reduce its use . 

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