The digitalisation of the City of Helsinki’s services aims to ease the everyday lives of residents and help them find services faster. The notion of making it easier to find services is supported by the City’s will to, as far as possible, give the residents access to the City’s premises and equipment – such as conference rooms and gravel pitches as well as the libraries’ sewing machines and 3D printers.
Now the City of Helsinki wants to ask you, dear resident, what uses and preferences you have when it comes to booking premises and equipment. The City wants to better understand how well the current available options are meeting these demands, and specify what the goal state could look like in the future.
The survey is aimed at residents, companies and associations in Helsinki. Through the survey, you can express your opinion on the use of regular and separate premise reservations as well as the booking practices of the facility services.
It takes about 10 minutes to answer the survey, and all the survey respondents have the chance to participate in a draw. The prizes are Helsinki-themed products. Response time expires 13 September 2020.
The aim of developing the booking system is to enhance the use of public premises and make them more accessible. Using premises more effectively and decreasing idling also supports the climate goals of the Carbon-neutral Helsinki 2035 Action Plan.