Health Care Services
- In sudden cases of illness call the Joint Emergency Services’ telephone service at +358 (0)2 313 8800
- Electronic appointment booking: eTerveyspalvelut
- Dental Health Care appointment booking: +358 (0)2 266 0644, on weekdays 8:00–15:30, customer guidance at +358 (0)2 266 2400
- Social Emergency Services: +358 (0)2 262 6003, on weekdays 8:30–16:00
In accordance with a decision made by the City Board on 15 December 2009 (Section 669), the City of Turku only accepts e-invoices. The City of Turku does not accept invoices by e-mail.
We recommend that you make an e-invoice agreement in your own online banking facility. If you do not make an e-invoice agreement, a paper invoice will be sent to your home.
In order to support services or activity, the City offers grants to organisations, work groups, and private individuals.
A grant may be applied for e.g. the realisation of cultural projects and sports facilities, or self-motivated activity by young people. The application should be made during a specifically set time period.
Turku is a magnetic university city and a centre of know-how with a versatile economic structure and high living quality.
With over 12 000 skilled and professional employees the Turku concern is the largest employer in the area. You are welcome to work on the future of Turku with us!
The divisional archives and the Turku City Archives are responsible for the records of the City of Turku. The Turku City Archives also acts as the municipal central archives and attends to the city’s oldest permanently stored records. New documents are stored mainly in the divisional archives.
Turku City Archives
Documents from the past 400 years are being stored in the Turku City Archives. The collections include:
Giving public notices is the official procedure of informing residents of a municipality and especially people whose lives could be affected by the information.
Public notices of the City of Turku are published on the city’s official notice board where they remain on view for at least the 14 days, as stipulated by the law, or until the date of the meeting or completion of the matter in question.
Paavo Nurmi Stadium
- Address: Paavo Nurmen puistotie 9
- Stadion is closed in the winter
- 400 m, 8 tracks, areas for field sports
- Auditorium: Main stand has approximately 4000 seats and the field is surrounded by a standing auditorium.
- Time slots are allotted mainly for sports associations.
Lintula circus/ gymnastics hall equipments
- gymnastics parquet
- circus gymnastics racks and foam rubber mattress
The hall can be used only in booked turns. Booked turns are only given for sports teams and clubs.
Lintula gymnastics hall in the maps
The Kupittaa Sports Hall is a versatile place to do sports and exercise. Many kind of people, from small children to elderly men and from top athletes to occasional visitors, meet at the hall as they train.
The Kupittaa Sports Hall entry fee includes both the gym downstairs and the servicies of the upstairs facilities. If you exercise regularly, you should get an Exercise Wristband onto which you can load entries. Further information about entrance fees can be found from the price list below.
Sports hall Kekkuri and Männistö booking gym
Singular turns for sports hall and gym can be booked by filling the form in the Sports service center website. The turns are primary regular exercise turns and public turns.
Singular turns are admitted if there is space.
- Sports hall Kekkuri: 9€/h
- Gym Männistö: 15€/h
The Administration of the Recreation Division is responsible for the preparation and implementation of the decisions of the Cultural, Sports and Youth Committees.
The Administration is responsible, among other things, for the financial and personnel management of the whole division, communications and marketing, legal services and other tasks relating to the service areas and committees.
The Administration of the Recreation Division is led by Head of Administration and Personnel Päivi Ahvenainen.
The Museum Services (Museum Centre of Turku) is responsible for the operations of the City of Turku’s art museum, cultural history and natural history museums and their collections. It is the largest central regional museum in Finland.
The Museum Services cares for the conservation and the conveying of the cultural and artistic heritage of Finland Proper.