What happens after I have submitted a proposal?
After you have submitted your suggestion, the city checks that it meets the assessment criteria. Once the suggestion has been approved, it advances to the vote. The city can also modify the suggestion so that it can advance to the vote. For example, the suggested location can be changed. If the suggestion does not meet the criteria, it will not advance to the vote. The city will provide its reasons for rejecting the suggestion.
The city assesses how much money implementing the suggestion would require. There are usually a lot of suggestions coming through OmaStadi and calculating the exact budget takes time. As a result, the city uses budget categories into which the suggestions are sorted. For example, implementing a suggestion can be estimated to cost EUR 35,001–60,000, EUR 60,001–100,000, EUR 100,001–150,000, and so on.
The maximum amount of money in the budget category is reserved for the suggestions that have the most votes and have been selected for implementation. This means that EUR 60,000 will be reserved for the implementation of the suggestion sorted into budget category EUR 35,001–60,000.
Information on the suggestions advancing to the vote will be published on the OmaStadi website. All rejected suggestions will be published on the OmaStadi website with grounds for their rejection.