Households in The Hague with 2 or more cars in a neighbourhood with paid parking will start paying less in 2015.

The rate for the residential parking permit for second and subsequent cars is being slashed in half.

The rate is being reduced from € 420 to € 210 per year. This new regulation was passed by the Municipal Council. The rate reduction will take effect on the date the parking permit is due to be extended.

More information about parking in The Hague can be found at thehague.com/parking.

29 January 2015,  thehague.com

 
Starting on 1 January 2015 parking wardens in The Hague will scan the number plates of parked cars to check whether they have a residential parking permit. This means that parking permit holders no longer need to display their parking pass behind the windscreen of the car.

Do you have a resident’s parking permit? Make sure the municipality has the correct number plate for your car(s) on file.

Parking wardens will now check the number plate to see if the car is parked in the correct paid parking zone. Have you purchased a new car or are you driving another car temporarily?  Any changes to the number plate should be communicated to the municipality on time. You can inform the municipality about a change to the number plate of your car 24 hours a day. Go to Switch the number plate on your parking permit.

You will receive a letter from the Municipality of The Hague around the time that your residential parking permit is due to be extended.

More information about parking in The Hague can be found at thehague.com/parking

29 January 2015, thehague.com

 
 
 
 
 

Time: Saturday 14 February – 15.00-17.00 hrs ; doors open at 14.30 hrs for coffee and tea

Location: Rode Zaal – Riouwstraat 1

Entrance fee: € 5,00

Programme:

* Cabaret Performer Chris Bernart

* Love songs for Valentine’s Day sung by Liesbeth Reijerker en Marijke Franken, accompanied by Winfried Verweij:

Brahms – Hüt du dich ; Bizet – Habanera (from Carmen) ; Bernstein – I feel pretty (from West Side Story) ; Gershwin – The man I love

* The Mauritskwartet sings the cycle “Klänge aus Mähren” by Antonin Dvorak

* The finale will be sung by Dubbelkwartet Decibell

22 January 2015 (MM)

 

From Algemeen Dagblad of 20 January:

The Municipal Council announces that after the work on the Dr Kuyperdam will be finished, both the bridges at the end of Javastraat and Laan Copes van Cattenburg will be closed for two months due to work on tram 9. Probably at the end of this year.

20 January 2015 (MM)