The Development Strategy of Rijeka is based on the Strategy of the European Union until 2020 and on electoral programme RI2020 with which the same-named coalition won local elections in May/June 2013.
By gaining and exchanging experience, International association membership enables the City of Rijeka to approach its own development projects in a more quality manner, as well as their international promotion.
The City Council of the City of Rijeka has nominated Edvin Liverić Bassani as head of the Croatian Cultural Centre Sušak, a new cultural institution of the City.
Utility company “Vodovod i kanalizacija” (water supply and sewage system) is about to embark on the realisation of one of the largest projects in the water utility industry financed by EU funds
The City Council of the City of Rijeka has given its consent to the utility company “Vodovod i kanalizacija” so that it may take out a loan in order to realise one of the largest projects in the water utility industry in Croatia financed by the Cohesion Fund of the EU.
The City Council has given its consent to the indebtedness of the City of Rijeka in order to realise its investment projects
The City Council has given its consent to the indebtedness of the City of Rijeka in the amount of HRK 158.6 million in order to realise its investment projects.
After a whole day’s discussion, the City Council has adopted the 2018 budget of the City of Rijeka in the amount of HRK 1,059 billion, moreover 2019 and 2020 budgetary projections have been adopted. To the original draft budget, proposed by the mayor, part of amendments proposed by councillors have been inserted. The session was carried over into the next day due to numerous breaks.