Here you can find information in English about how we can help you. If you need help with a translation, an interpreter or more information about what the municipal authority can do for you.
You can telephone to the municipal contact centre at 08-530 610 00 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telephone timesMonday 08.00–18.30 Tuesday–Thursday 08.00–16.30 Friday 08.00–14.30
You can also visit a citizens’ advice bureau or a service office, where you can obtain information about the municipal authority’s services, about other agencies or about the region in which you live. The offices are open on Mondays to Fridays from 10.00 am to 16.00 pm and on one day a week until 18.00 pm. On Swedish holidays, they may close earlier or be closed all day.
Alby citizens’ advice bureauAlby Centrum, Albyvägen 2-4 (Open until 18.00 pm on Wednesdays)
Fittja citizens’ advice bureauFittja Centrum, Fittjavägen 3-9 (Open until 18.00 pm on Tuesdays)
Hallunda citizens’ advice bureauHallundaplan 1 (Open until 18.00 pm on Thursdays)
Tullinge citizens’ advice bureauTullinge Centrum, Nyängsvägen 3 (Open until 18.00 pm on Thursdays)
Tumba citizens’ advice bureauTumba torg 101 above Tumba centrum (Open until 18.00 pm on Mondays)
You are also welcome to visit the Municipal offices and our reception at Munkhättevägen 45 in Tumba.Botkyrka is a municipality characterised by contrasts. For example, the 86 000 inhabitants speak about 100 different languages. Botkyrka lies between Stockholm and Södertälje and is divided into five districts: Alby, Fittja, Hallunda-Norsborg, Tumba-Grödinge and Tullinge. The municipality is governed by a coalition of Social Democrats, the Left Party and the Green Party.Botkyrka has everything, from lively suburban centres and pleasant residential districts with interesting architecture to rural districts with beautiful nature, forests, meadows, lakes and coastline. Here entrepreneurial activities are encouraged, small enterprises mix with international conglomerates, and many cultures, languages and religions meet together.Botkyrka has a young population, in comparison both with other towns in the county and with the country at large; the average age is 37 years. A lot of help is available to you in Botkyrka – you can obtain advice about your rights as a consumer, about energy, about budgets and debts, about alcohol, drug or gambling addiction, and there is special advice available to you as a woman. For young people, there is a youth reception, a reception for young people with addiction problems, and support for those with children or teenagers. There is also a guidance centre for adult education, an employment and competence centre and a job centre.