Excellence in Sport classes, a project initiated by Judoka and Olympic medalist Arik Ze’evi, offers every schoolboy or girl who is willing to grow up to become a professional athlete, the possibility to do so.
Six cities around the world are participating in a prestigious international project for the preservation of their respective industrial heritage and its transformation into a vibrant, cultural part of their city life. At the initiative of the Haifa 2030 team, Haifa is now one of those cities.
Even though Kiryat Eliezer is a fully thriving community neighbourhood, it has never had a real community center. Finally, it's happening...
Green roofs are beneficial to the environment and to the community. They emphasize the importance of cultivating the connection between man and nature, as well as our commitment to nature, and to our human responsibilities.
After dozens of tons of iron and concrete hazards were cleared from the beach, the (temporary) Watersport Center in Kiryat Haim has been opened, and it’s already bustling with activity. A permanent center is to be established nearby. Watersport enthusiasts in Kiryat Haim now have a home
The municipal Culture Division, in cooperation with Haifa 2030, recently rewrote the procedures for supporting bodies and cultural projects, thus aligning with Israel’s major cities.
Win-win – The municipality has begun rehabilitating abandoned buildings under its ownership and turning them into artists’ studios. Soon you’ll be able to visit them on Ha’atzmaut Street, Khoury Street and Shapira Street
Haifa's coastline offers the city an inexhaustible abundance of beauty above and below water, recreational activities and sports, with the qualities that attract tourists and investors. A sea of options
The wonderful wadis on the slopes of the western Carmel Ridge are extensions of the neighborhoods above them. Beautiful nature within walking distance. The better we are to them, the better they'll be with us
They are about to change our perception of moving around the city, cancel arduous uphill climbs, free us from dependence on private and public transportation, and reduce the distances between landmarks and activities