Stay up to date with what's happening around Givat Shmuel! The Iriya will be closed from October 4 through October 14 due to Sukkot. Paying your arnona and water bill has just gotten easier! You can now have them sent straight to your email! To sign up for the service, click here. There are special [...]
The GSC would like to wish everyone a Shana Tova – May we be zoche to a year of happiness, health, and success for all of Klal Yisrael! Stay up to date with whats happening around Givat Shmuel! Givat Shmuel now offers a free bus ride for soldiers who serve in עיר הבה"דים in the south. The bus leaves every Sunday morning. Send a message with your phone number to email@example.com to sign up. On Tuesday (12/9) we all got out our bikes and rode around Givat Shmuel! With a face painting station and extreme bike trick demos, the whole family got involved. To see pictures, click here. Starting on August 7th, the city will be repairing the Sportek to enlarge the tennis courts. The basketball court will be closed until the construction is finished. Save the Date: Rami Kleinstein is coming to Givat Shmuel October 3rd at 21:00 in Park Ramon – free entry. Check out the flyer, click here Arba Minim Shuk: The Shuk will be held on September 28-29 and October 1-4 in the area between the Amy mall and the Giva Mall. If you would like a booth, please submit a request to the municipality. Cost is NIS 319 (license) and NIS 150 per day of sale. Please submit the request to the מדור רישוי עסקים on September 24-25 between 10:00 and 11:00 or September 27 between 16:00 and 17:00. Scholarships for Givat Shmuel Residents: The Givat Shmuel Municipality is now accepting applications for scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year for students of bachelors’ and masters’ degrees in any university or college in Israel. Students who have lived in Givat Shmuel for at least 4 years are eligible for the scholarship.The submission deadline is October 31. For more information about the application process, click here.
Scholarships for higher education The Givat Shmuel Municipality is happy to announce that it is now accepting applications for scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year. Any student studying towards a bachelor's or master's degree at any university or college in Israel, may be eligible. If you would like to submit an application, please use this [...]
High School Opening Ceremony On September 1st , Mayor Yossi Brodny, Assistant Mayors Benny Somech and Moshe Marar opened the new Givat Shmuel high school. Also in attendance were Council Members Menachem Tzruya, Michal Netanel, Ariel Farkash, Herzl Arbiv, Adi Gross, and Eti Dahan the head of the Education department. The first stage of construction [...]
The new school year has begun! Givat Shmuel opened the school year with 7,024 students, 504 of which were new first graders. Red carpets, candies, balloon arches and other surprises met the students as they started their first day of school. This school year, Givat Shmuel added a new high school and two new principals. [...]
As if turning Begin Street Zionist wasnt enough; the city's been paving paradise for more parking.
After 20 years, the Giyora Urban Renewal Project is finally happening!
He'res a list of all the Megillah readings, and Purim events happening in Givat Shmuel in 2017 / 5777.
If you don't have a valid Givat Shmuel parking pass, now's the time to get one.
Tzaharon registration is open for 2017-18, and it is cheaper than ever! Last week, the Givat Shmuel Municipality announced that the city would be bringing down the prices for Tzaharonim by as much as 50% percent. This follows the city's similar reduction in prices to summer programs which started last year. You can register your child [...]