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Meeting to follow-up the agreements of the Municipal Plan of Social, Economic and Environmental Recovery of Calvià, which assume an economic cost of almost 9 million euros. For more information, please click here.

Prior appointment municipal sports facilities. For more information, please click here.

Online celebration of the Festes rei En Jaume 2020. A commemorative video has been published with pictures from other years and of the colles wearing this year's T-shirts. For more information, please click here.

Increase in grants at the start of the school year. The subsidies that have already begun to be delivered so far exceed 237.000 euros. For more information, please click here.

Aid for self-employed workers agreement signature. The Mayor of Calvià, Alfonso Rodríguez Badal, and the Regional Minister for Economic Model, Tourism and Labour, Iago Negueruela, have signed this morning the agreement to implement an extraordinary aid for self-employed workers. For more information, please click here.

Police agents will ensure that the beaches are not accessed during the San Juan night. In order to avoid crowds on Calvià's beaches and coves during the celebration of the San Juan night, the Calvià Local Police will begin to work in this regard from 6 p.m. on the 23rd with the aim of evicting people from Calvià's beaches and coves and that there is no concurrence of people. From 8:00 p.m. next Tuesday, 23rd June, until 8 a.m. On 24th June, access and staying on the municipality's beaches is prohibited. For more information, please click here.

Calvià will monitor the presence of remains of genetic material from the SARS-CoV-2 virus in its wastewater. The Calvià Town Hall, through Calvià 2000 in collaboration with Hidrobal, begins a pilot plan that will detect possible outbreaks in order to monitor the situation. For more information, please click here.

Extraordinary aids call in Calvià for trade reactivation with new measures to promote electronic commerce. The call also includes aids for establishments modernisation and a new line to adapt the premises to the protocols derived from Covid-19. For more information, please click here.

The Local Police monitors that security distances against Covid-19 are maintained. In the last week of phase 2 of the de-escalation, local police officers from Calvià have carried out controls in the small coves that are easily accessible in the municipality, such as those in Cas Català, Buguenvíl·lea, Comtessa, Illetes, Costa de la Calma, Oratori, El Toro, la caleta de Santa Ponça, Cala Vinyes, Falcó, and Fornells in order to avoid crowds. For more information, please click here.

Minute' silence in memory of the Covid-19 victims. On occasion of the end, this midnight, of the ten days of official mourning, the Calvià Town Hall has joined the minute's silence convened this noon in memory of the Covid-19 victims.  For more information, please click here.

The Calvià Town Hall, through the Calvià Training and Employment Institute (IFOC), organises free courses on the measures to be taken against the Covid-19 in shops, bars and restaurants, in order to offer a safe reopening for both, the people who work in these businesses, as for the clientele. For more information, please click here.

The lifeguard service in beaches and coves has been expanded to increase bathers' safety. The Police continues with restriction measures controls of the state of alarm.  For more information, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall expands aids for the 2020-2021 school year for primary and secondary education, and vocational training. The call introduces this year other novelties that take into account family situations due to the Covid-19 crisis. For more information, please click here.

Minute's silence in memory of the Covid-19 victims. At 12 o'clock, and keeping the security distances, members of the Calvià Town Hall and staff have kept a minute's silence in memory of those who have died from the coronavirus pandemic. For more information, please click here.

167 people fined last week for breaching the state of alarm. The Calvià Local Police has proposed for fine 167 people who have breached restrictions in phase 1 of the state of alarm. For more information, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall presents a line of extraordinary aid for the rent for people and families with difficulties due to the coronavirus crisis. Requirements are relaxed and procedures are reduced to facilitate access to extraordinary aid that will be offered for a maximum of six months. For more information, please click here.

Informative note from the Calvià Local Police. Officers fine eight establishments for failing to comply with the state of alarm rules. For more information, please click here.

Calvià neighbourhood entities receive weekly municipal information during the state of alarm. The Department of Citizen Participation informs them on the news regarding the measures implemented by both the Town Hall and other public administrations. For more information, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall activates the second phase of ther care and supportive plan for the elderly launched due to the state of alarm. A team of municipal workers contact people over 65 to give them support and detect possible needs arising from the confinement. For more information, please click here.

Meetings to agree on a Reactivation Plan. This week the first meetings were held to agree on an Action Plan for social, economic and environmental recovery in Calvià. New proposals are being worked on to put on the table a second package of social, economic and tax measures. For more information, please click here.

The Calvià Town Hall receives more than 150 inquiries through the new self-employment support service. The Calvià Training and Occupation Institute has so far resolved 70% of requests to support the procedures to request liquidity from ISBA. For more information, please click here.

The Local Police of Calvià has proposed for fines 248 people in the last week for disobedience to the restrictions agreed in Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14th March, for the management of the health crisis situation caused by Covid-19. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall sets up, both turns to use the urban kitchen gardens of the municipality and measures to guarantee hygienic ans social conditions. In the municipality there are two public urban kitchen garden areas divided into more than 40 plots. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Calvià Town all has acquired devices for 4,000 euros to eliminate the digital gap between studients of the municipality during the sate of alarm. The Town Hall is working in coordination with the Regional Ministry of Education, University and Research in the field of primary and secondary education centres. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Bendinat secondary school thanks the Calvià Police. For more information on this issue, please click here.

790 reports files in Calvià for disobedience during confinement. Tomorrow the lifeguard service begins on the beaches to monitor their use, since neither bathing nor staying until the last stage of de-escalation is allowed. For more information on this issue, please click here.

The five political groups with representation in the Plenary agreed to initiate the drafting of an action plan for the social, economic and environmental recovery of the municipality. The commitment will be reflected in an institutional declaration that will be approved in the next plenary session. For more information on this issue, please click here.

The Beach and Sun Tourist Municipalities Alliance (AMT) proposes to the Minister of Tourism, Reyes Maroto, seven measures to reactivate tourism. The mayors of the Beach and Sun Tourist Municipalities expressed in a meeting this morning their concern about the revival of tourism, the driving force of their municipalities and the Spanish economy. For more information on this issue, please click here.

139 reports files in Calvià for disobedience in the last week. The proposals for fine by the Local Police of Calvià are caused by not complying the estrictions of the state of alarm and not attending the officers indications. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Neighbourhood associations, in solidarity with the municipality. The twenty neighbourhood associations of Calvià renounce the economic allocation for grants that the Town Hall had foreseen in the 2020 General Budget, and has asked that it be used in the new Covid-19 allocation that has been created to support affected people due to the coronavirus health crisis. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Extraordinary Plenary Session: approval of a first package of economic and social measures to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 health crisis. The measures have been approved with the support of all the municipal political groups. For more information on this issue, please click here

Calvià creates 10 new routes for cleaning and disinfecting the most sensitive points in the municipality due to Covid-19. The municipal company Calvià 2000 has intensified the disinfection and cleaning of the most frequented and sensitive places in the municipality since the state of alarm began. For more information, please click here

Meetings with Calvià tourism business associations. The mayor of Calvià, Alfonso Rodríguez Badal, has held various video meetings this morning with representatives of the municipality's economic sectors in order to talk on the current situation and work together on the recovery. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Local Police guarantees street controls. 538 reports filed in Cavià during the state of alarm. The local Security Board chaired by the mayor meets weekly to monitor the state of alarm measures. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall Multilies by five the 2020 budget allocation for social emergency due to Covid-19. More than one million euros is allocated to cover the basic needs of the families of the municipality in the most vulnerable situation. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall thanks the Farmers Association of Calvià for their solidarity as they provide products to the municipality's nurseries and to charity meals. The Council collaborates assuming the cost of the slaughterhouse and transportation. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Calvià Town Hall offers different services to the homeless people of the municipality by coordinating several municipal departments. The Calvià Town Hall has implemented a series of measures, through coordinated action between Social Services, and the Education, Sports and Local Police departments, to support homeless people in the municipality. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Suspension of the Calvià Tourism Forum meeting. In accordance with the Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14th March, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19, the Calvià Tourism Forum due in April is postponed, pending new date.

Calvià Town Hall postpones the beginning of the municipal taxes payment period and will reimburse one hundred percent of the street occupation tax for bars and restaurants. This first series of measures is completed with reimbursements for nurseres and other actions related to the ORA, public prices and markets. For more information on this issue, please click here.

The Calvià Town Hall lends vehicles to assist in health care workers transport and will prepare meals for the professionals who work at municipal health centres. For the Calvià Town Hall, collaboration between public administrations is key in times in when the maximum support as possible is needed. For more information on this issue, please click here.

Special cleaning and collection services in Calvià. Calvià 2000 information with the reorganisation and special services scheduled for these days.  For more information on this issue, please click here.

The Town Hall appreciates volunteering and requests that people stay home as a preventive measure for coronavirus. Town councils cannot at the moment organize any type of volunteering. For more information on this issue, please click here.