Small municipal interventions relating to the restoration of utility infrastructure facilities or colloquially called “municipal priorities of the local boards“ are  activities that are carried out in order to enhance the quality of citizens’ lives, namely to improve the municipal standard and unify the standard of equipment of the local boards.

Municipal priorities are proposed by citizens and local board councils, and are realised by the City of Rijeka and its utility companies in accordance with the valid criteria laid down in 2004. In the period from the establishment of local boards, from 1993 to 2004, activities of equipping municipal infrastructure facilities were also carried out, in accordance the then established criteria that were modified over time.

Small municipal interventions (municipal priorities) include works tied to the maintenance of:

  • public green areas
  • pedestrian paths, pedestrian areas (sidewalks, staircases, passages)
  • placing protection fences and highway guardrails
  • restoration of rock formations
  • construction of small walls
  • parks
  • playgrounds for children aged from 1 to 6 years and from 7 to 15 years
  • recreation equipment for adults
  • municipal equipment (benches, sitting sets)
  • bus stops
  • rehabilitation of illegal landfills
  • public transport areas (renewal of sidewalks, parking areas)
  • parts of public roads that pass through residential areas when such parts are not maintained as public roads under a special law
  • unclassified roads
  • open drainage channels
  • vertical signage (placing traffic signs, tourist signs and street names)
  • horizontal signage (drawing signs on sidewalks, roads and running surfaces) such as zebra crossings, parking lots, stop lines, division lines, arrows, “STOP” etc.)
  • traffic signal lights – placing traffic lights, flashing lamps, and respective equipment
  • squares
  • facilities and equipment relating to public lights to illuminate public areas