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The voting on the participatory budget has ended

Tartu City Government

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12 October / The most votes were received during participatory budget voting by walking trails in the arboretum and the idea of a courtyard that inspires movement.

A total of 4635 Tartu residents participated in the participatory budget vote from 5 to 11 October, casting a total of 9090 votes.

The most votes were received by idea No. 10, Walking Trails Along the Banks of the Emajõgi River and in the Tähtvere Arboretum (1177 votes) and idea No. 9, Movement Inspiring Courtyard (1082 votes).

The number of Tartu residents who voted was the highest in the five year history of Tartu’s participatory budget, with 5.8% of all registered voters (Tartu is home to approximately 80,000 residents over the age of 16) participating. A total of 256 Tartu residents voted at the Tartu Town Hall Information Centre.

In the winning idea, the walking trails would start at the Tähtvere Leisure Park and wind along the banks of the Emajõgi River, also encompassing the Jänese hiking trail and the arboretum. The idea behind the movement inspiring courtyard was to create an open and safe area for movement and outdoor learning for everyone in the courtyard of the Mart Reinik School.


Last changed 17.10.2017