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The Service Parcs (Parks Department), based in Reckenthal, is responsible for maintaining all green spaces and floral decorations in the city. Several gardening teams maintain the various neighbourhoods.
- Maintenance of green spaces and parks
- Tree maintenance
- Floral decorations
- Maintenance of playgrounds, as well as the skate park, multisports fields and outdoor fitness areas
- Supply of compost for residents of Luxembourg City
- Installation of Christmas trees
- Training of apprentice gardeners and florists
The department in numbers
- 198 people
- 31 maintenance teams
- 6 public parks
- 212 recreational areas (playgrounds, multisports terrains, outdoor fitness, etc.)
Autumn and winter services
Collection of fallen leaves, clearing of snow, and salting of public roads, squares, bus stops, cycle paths and footpaths in parks.
Beien an der Stad
A fun 14-station trail that teaches visitors all about the world of bees as they take a tour of the capital (+/-2.5 km).
Keeping the city clean
General information about municipal measures and services to keep the city clean. (Cleaning of streets and pavements, rubbish bins, bags for dog excrement, pest...
Conservation of rare and endangered useful plants, awareness raising and knowledge transfer
Multi-use sports fields
Addresses of outdoor areas that offer a number of sporting activities
Exercise in the open air with fun-to-use, high-quality equipment designed for a comprehensive workout. The equipment is suitable for people of all fitness level...
Edouard André Municipal Park in the city centre, Tony Neuman Park in Limpertsberg, Merl Park in Hollerich, Cessange Park, Laval Park in Eich and Kaltreis Park i...
This outdoor skate park in the Pétrusse Valley (Rue Quirin) offers an exceptional variety of high-quality elements.
Public playgrounds, themed playgrounds and school yards. A hotline is available for reporting damage or other issues.
Urban biodiversity is the sign of a healthy environment, and must be preserved and nurtured.
Public park development project – Ban de Gasperich
The City is building a new 16.6 hectar public park in Gasperich.
Walking your dog
Dog areas and dog poo bags