“JarosLOVE – Out of Love for People” – Additional Project Funding
Deputy minister M. Jarosińska-Jedynak and mayor of the Jarosław Municipality signed an annex to the “JarosLOVE – Out of Love for People” funding agreement on 11 October, raising project funding from PLN 16 million to just over PLN 17.3 million.
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“The ‘JarosLOVE – Out of Love for People’ project is a perfect fit for the ‘Local Development’ Programme, a contribution to the process of building a green, modern, and resident-friendly town designed in collaboration with its inhabitants”, says deputy minister Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak.

“Local Development” Programme financial backing will let the Jarosław municipality introduce endeavours designed to improve life quality, grow local population numbers, and enhance local residents’ activity and engagement in building the town together. Related key activities include efforts to develop a Human Smart City with a Computerised Urban Management Centre as its backbone, and a Jarosław City Pass (comprising all relevant municipal services) as its primary implement.

“Works have just begun to design and implement the Jarosław City Pass as a vital piece in the Smart City puzzle, intended to improve the local quality of life by introducing innovative technological solutions. Not only will the Pass support the process of handling a number of official errands – it will also facilitate the daily use of municipal infrastructure. It is exactly the kind of solution we were hoping for when launching the ‘Local Development’ Programme”, deputy minister Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak said.

Whether from the vantage point of a local resident, business person or tourist, the Jarosław City Pass has been designed as a “town in a nutshell”, allowing holders to handle multiple daily errands in one-stop-shop format, the proposed solution intended to integrate and include future new services as well. The City Pass will also form part of a broader Virtual City system with intent to improve Jarosław’s functioning in assorted aspects, such as public and private e-services; communication mechanisms connecting local residents, business circles and the local government; and modernising municipal processes and local authorities’ operations.