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  • Kokkola National Urban Park

    The national city park of Kokkola covers an area of almost 20,000 hectares, and it includes everything from diverse seashore nature in land uplift coasts to traditional wood building heritage from several centuries.

  • Customer service and advisory services

    The customer service is responsible for providing information and guidance in matters concerning the city services and activities.

  • Outdoor activities and hiking

    The hiking areas and trail networks of Kokkola offer an abundance of recreational outdoor experiences in a wide range of nature sites.

  • Information about Kokkola

    On 7 September 1620, the Swedish king Gustav Adolf II signed a document transforming the small Ristiranta village, known for fishing and farming, into a town called Gamlakarleby.

  • Local government pilots on employment

    Local government pilots on employment to begin in Central Ostrobothnia on 1 March 2021.

  • Information on coronavirus

    Central Ostrobothnia Joint Municipal Authority for Social and Health Soite provides information on the situation in Central Ostrobothnia.