Increasingly, the public services of the Region and the communes are going online, making your life a whole lot easier.
Among other things, you can apply for a personal document from your commune’s e-government service, plan your journey by bus, tram or metro, browse your local library’s catalogue, fill out a form, submit a complaint or apply for exemption from regional tax.
- Everything you need to know to use IRISbox, the e-government service of the Brussels communes and administrations, which you can access with your electronic ID card
- Links to most online or mobile services, arranged in the same categories as the website:
wifi.brussels (formerly Urbizone) is a free Wi-Fi network covering certain zones of the territory of the Brussels-Capital Region (town halls and squares, train stations, regional government offices,..).
You can view on the online map the wifi.brussels access points.
opendatastore.brussels is the Open Data portal of the public services in the Brussels-Capital Region. This portal combines freely accessible and usable data in the areas of mobility, health, the environment, cartography, etc. Public transport (stops, lines, etc.), green spaces, Villo stations and much more data are available through a variety of licenses.
At communal level
The City of Brussels makes its datasets available to everyone via its Open Data portal. This gives you access to hundreds of data on culture, tourism, mobility, municipal facilities,...
The concept of smart city has become a reality in the Brussels-Capital Region. The portal smartcity.brussels provides access to all the smart solutions and services designed to make life easier for citizens, visitors, workers or businesspeople and transform Brussels a sustainable region.
At communal level
The portal smartcity.brussels.be gives a survey of the projects of the City of Brussels as a smart city.
You can find on the geoportal of the Brussels Region official geographic data furnished by various Brussels institutions. The portal enables you to create or consult geographic maps and search thematic data and provides a range of cartographic web services offered the Brussels institutions.
At federal level