City office


Professor Van Overstraetenplein 1
3000 Leuven

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Whether you need an appointment depends on what you want to arrange.
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If you don't need an appointment, you can walk in during the opening times of the city office.

Opening hours city office

Opening Hours

Week from 25 September to 1 October
Monday September 25, 2023
9.00 - 20.00 hour
Tuesday September 26, 2023
9.00 - 12.30 hour
Wednesday September 27, 2023
9.00 - 16.30 hour
Thursday September 28, 2023
9.00 - 20.00 hour
Friday September 29, 2023
9.00 - 12.30 hour
Saturday September 30, 2023
Sunday October 1, 2023

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016 27 27 27

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How to get there?

  • By bike
    You can park your bicycle in the free underground public bicycle parking.
    There are 3 entries:
    • To the left of the city office
    • In front of the office complex (at the large KBC building)
    • On the right via the underground tunnel at the provincial government office building
  • By public transport
    • The train station and the main bus station are situated at approximately 200 meters from the city office.
    • You cross Martelarenplein and then reach Professor Van Overstraetenplein via the stairs on the ring road, in front of the city office.
    • You can find timetables on (train) and (bus).
  • By car


  • On foot
    You can reach the city office by public elevator via the KBC building or by using the sloping connection between Professor Van Overstraetenplein and the ring road (150m further in the direction of the provincial government office building).
  • By car
    • There are parking places for persons with reduced mobility in the parking lot of the city office.
    • Behind the building turn left towards the second garage door and register there via the intercom device at the entrance.
    • You can take the elevator to the reception.​​​​
  • Dogs
    Guide dogs, assistance dogs and therapy dogs (also in training) are welcome.
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