Meerssenhoven is home to many grand residences and castles, including the residence ‘Klein Vaeshartelt’ (‘Little Vaeshartelt’), ‘Kasteel Meerssenhoven’ (‘Meerssenhoven Castle’), and ‘Kasteel Vaeshartelt’ (‘Castle Vaeshartelt’).
Everything you need to know about housing and living in Maastricht
Each neighbourhood has its own individual page on ‘Thuis in Maastricht’ on which we post as much neighbourhood-relevant information as possible. Use the theme pages to find information from across the city focused on one subject.
Thuis in Maastricht’ is looking for neighbourhood reporters. Do you enjoy exploring your neighbourhood and writing about, filming, and photographing what you encounter?
Shops, schools, GP’s surgeries, playgrounds, restaurants, and much more
View all the facilities in this neighbourhood on a user-friendly map.
Meerssenhoven on Facebook
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News from the neighbourhood
The noticeboard contains requests and offers in your neighbourhood. Whether you’ve lost something, are looking to exchange or offer something, or even if you’re eager to set up a club, you can tell people about this via the ‘WeHelpen‘ (‘We Help’) platform.
Here you will find news and information from the municipality.
News from the municipality
‘Bekendmakingen’ (in English: ‘notifications’) are official publications from a government body which are relevant to residents. The municipality publishes these notifications on a weekly basis. All notifications from the Municipality of Maastricht can be found on the municipal website on the page entitled officiële bekendmakingen (‘official publications’).
Waste collection calendar
The waste collection calendar provides information on where and how you can dispose of your waste.
Waste collection calendar Meerssenhoven