In the OmaStadi online service, residents of the city can draw up proposals and vote on how the City spends €4.4 million annually. Learn more about submitting a proposal. Assistance in the use of the OmaStadi service is available at libraries. You can also leave proposals at the meetings organized by borough liaisons.
OmaStadi is the City of Helsinki’s way to provide participatory budgeting services. The city is divided into seven major districts, and each district has been allocated a budget according to its population size. The purpose of OmaStadi is to draw up proposals and make plans that are equal for all and benefit everyone. You are not required to have accurate cost information in the proposal phase. The ideas are later developed into feasible plans by the residents and experts from the City services. The experts will create cost estimates for the plans. A vote on these plans is held in the autumn. The district’s proposals can be voted on by everyone aged 12 or over. Submitting proposals, developing plans and voting are all done in the OmaStadi.hel.fi service.
If you sign in to omastadi.hel.fi with your online banking ID or mobile ID, you will be able to vote directly. Students at comprehensive school (grades 6–9) or senior high school can sign in and verify their identity for voting with their Wilma ID.Bank ID or mobile ID
You can also sign in with social media accounts (Facebook, Yle, Google, among others) or with an Omastadi account you have created earlier. The first time you vote, you also need to verify your identity with an online banking ID, mobile ID, or a Wilma ID for comprehensive school students.Sign in with Tunnistamo