Long list

On this page, you can view the themes of Citizens’ Budget Maastricht. You can choose from this long list. 

Long list

During round 1 you can choose themes from this long list. The long list is divided into 4 categories. Take a look at all the different themes. During the first round, you’ll discuss the themes with residents and the 5 themes that you and other residents think are most important will go through to the next round.

    • In shopping centres (community centre/neighbourhood centre/district centre)
    • Events, cultural and other performances
    • Courses and training 
    • Boosting entrepreneurship 
    • Neighbourhood culture sites, incubators, workshops
    • Greening of parks and streets
    • Playgrounds in your own neighbourhood
    • Sports activities in neighbourhoods/parks
    • Ensuring the city's/district's/neighbourhood's past is visible
    • New meeting places and/or activities in buildings or public space
    • New sharing, giving and exchanging initiatives
    • Neighbourhood activities
    • Vulnerable people
    • Poverty reduction
    • Sharing economy/circular economy 
    • Everyone participates/boosting participation
    • Own management in care and support
    • Caring for each other
    • Growing up resilient/in peace
    • Helping people access the labour market
    • Connecting activities (fighting loneliness)
    • Initiatives and activities that contribute to the perception of safety in the neighbourhood
    • Integration (of status holders)
    • Improving accessibility of buildings and public space for people with physical disabilities
    • Homework support and/or after-school care
    • Social safety
    • Community arts/joint art production
    • Greening, nature and biodiversity (temporary parks)
    • Encouraging walking and cycling
    • Sports
    • Physical safety
    • Innovation/'Smart city'
    • New bicycle parking facilities
    • Making neighbourhoods safer and healthier
    • Improving or constructing footpaths and cycle tacks
    • Redesigning streets and squares
    • Initiatives aimed at shared mobility (bicycle, car, ...)
    • Art (in public spaces)
    • Improving air quality in the streets
    • Planting trees
    • Tackling local flooding
    • Monuments and archaeological sites
    • Urban agriculture and allotments
    • Climate change
    • Sustainability
    • Vacancy and empty sites