Corona information point for citizens

On the websites of the Security Region Zuid-Limburg and the Dutch government you will find all the information about the measures announced by the government and what these measures may mean for you (residents and businesses). We ask you to first look at these websites for the answers to your questions and the latest news. Below you will find information for Maastricht residents, for example about municipal services. There is also a separate page with information for entrepreneurs.  Do you still have questions? Call +31 43 350 40 40.

  • Before you visit the Municipal Servicedesk please read the informatie on our contact information page.


    You can find more information on the municipal cultural institutions on the websites of Centre Céramique, Kumulus, Theater aan het Vrijthof, and the Natural History Museum Maastricht .

  • Check the page Wedding in Maastricht for more information if you have wedding plans. 

    Information about funerals can be found on the website of the central government.


  • On you will find an overview of all bicycle parking facilities in the city and more information.

  • The city council will organise online meetings. The Temporary Deliberation and Decision-Making Act makes online decision-making possible. These meetings can be followed via livestream and are therefore public. City laps can unfortunately not take place. The city council therefore calls on all residents to share their contributions with the council in writing or by video message. If you have any questions, please contact griffie [at] (the registry).

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  • More information can be found at the website of Geusseltbad and on the website of Maastricht Sport.

  • The weekly markets in Maastricht on Wednesdays and Fridays will be open from 16 December 2020 to 19 January 2021 only for food, flowers, plants and animal supplies.

    The Saturday antiques and curio market and the Sunday brocante market will NOT take place until 19 January 2021.

    More general information about the markets in Maastricht you will find on

  • Check the website of You'll find more information on safely navigating the city.

    Read the letter  with information on walking routes in the city. 

  • For more information, please visit the website of the central government.

  • For more information, please visit the website of the central government.

    1. I need care or support and would like to talk to the municipality, but I have to stay at home because of the corona crisis. What should I do now? Call us at +31 43 350 40 40. The Social Affairs staff are ready to answer your questions by phone. An additional conversation can also take place by telephone during the coronary crisis, after which any help or care will be initiated.
    2. I will receive help or care via the Wmo. Will this continue during the coronary crisis? The care provider that provides help or care to you will continue to do this as much as possible, but must follow the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). If this means that the care has to be organised in a different way, the care provider will inform you of this itself. The care provider will also consult with the municipality. If you have any further questions about this, please contact Social Affairs via telephone number 14043.

    3. I am a care provider and have a question about the consequences of the corona crisis for the care or support provided by my organisation. Where can I go? You can contact your contact person at Social Affairs or the staff of the Social Domain team Zuid-Limburg via inkoopteamsd [at] Also look here for the frequently asked questions from care providers about the corona crisis.

    4. I am freelancer/entrepreneur and I am losing income due to the corona crisis. Where can I apply for extra temporary financial support? Temporary support is available for entrepreneurs and the self-employed who are financially strapped due to the corona crisis.