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  • 22.4.2024
    Kvik kvik, tsirp tsirp and ti-ti-tyy – now you no longer have to guess which bird species it is, as the artificial intelligence of the mobile application recognizes bird species! By making a recording, you can also help science. During the spring, a hundred point counting sites for migratory birds have been set up in the City of Jyväskylä area, where anyone can record birdsong and make their recordings available to researchers. This is the Migratory Bird Spring application developed by the University of Jyväskylä, and this year it will be used to create a point count network together with the City of Helsinki and Metsähallitus National Parks.
    A blackbird sits on a tree branch. Image Ari Lehtiö
  • 12.4.2024
    The Finnish Sustainable Communities FISU network actively collaborates on projects enhancing resource wisdom. The member municipalities FISU municipalities planned a joint project and shared experiences during the spring meeting of the network
    People standing on stairs.
  • 3.8.2023
    The City of Jyväskylä, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team (TGR-WRT) and Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) towards future collaboration, aiming to achieve a carbon neutral, sustainable and diversified society through community development in harmony with people and nature.
    Kuvassa vasemmalta oikealle: Shigeru Hayakawa, Deputy Chairman of Board Directors of TMF, Akio Toyoda, Chairman of Board Directors of TMF, Timo Koivisto, Mayor of Jyväskylä, Yuichiro Haruna, CEO of TGR-WRT. Image Jyväskylän kaupunki
  • 26.6.2023
    The result of the Mattilanniemi beach swimming water samples taken on Tuesday, 20 June 2023, showed that the microbiological quality of the water now meets the requirements. The swimming ban issued to Mattilanniemi beach on Monday, 19 June 2023, is lifted. Now the beach is in normal use again.
    Mattilanniemen uimaranta. Image Jyväskylän kaupunki