The Service technologies de l'information et de la communication (Department of Information and Communications Technology) is tasked with providing access to and managing IT tools and infrastructures, as well as handling applications for the needs of Luxembourg City personnel and residents. It supports, assists and advises the other municipal departments in implementing their IT and network projects.
Some sixty people work across two sites in one of five ICT sub-departments: systems and operation, networks and communications, applications and development, information security, and administration and budget.
A journey to Pfaffenthal in the 19th century
Virtual reality: virtual tour of Pfaffenthal in the year 1867.
cityapp – VDL
Download the City's free app to get real-time information (on buses, parking, etc.) that can be personalised to suit your needs.
Internet and ICT training
Training course (20–40 hours) in which participants gain the knowledge and skills they need to use information and communications technology (ICT) mindfully and...
Meetings of the municipal council
Dates of upcoming meetings, live streams and minutes
Report-It: report an incident
Report things in need of repair or rectification in public spaces through our interactive tool, or directly to Luxembourg City's road crews.
Citizen participation in discussions, transparency of public data and other measures
Extensive free Wi-Fi network across the entire city, fibre optic network, sensors for environmental monitoring and interactive map with a wide selection of info...
Experience the history of Luxembourg City like never before with virtual and augmented reality!
Real-time data viewable on online maps
Information platforms that can be tailored to your needs. From the City of Luxembourg's neighbourhood social media platform to the cityapp - VDL.
The Luxembourg Time Traveller
Augmented reality: Explore Luxembourg City at the turn of the 20th century: the city’s economic and commercial development were in full swing, and small busines...
When carrying out construction work on public or private property, contractors must beware of any public utility cables and pipes that might be located on-site.