New website launched for Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar has launched a new website to explain and showcase projects underway as well as future projects. The site includes a form where residents can propose their ideas and suggestions for the town.
The website has been created by the town council and is called “Millorem Tossa”. It will detail various projects and works being carried out around the town in order to keep residents abreast of any changes that may affect their day to day living.
The website is navigable by way of different colour schemes which will indicate whether they are future projects, currently underway, or planned for the future.
Clicking each project will load more information and show the location on a map.
In addition a form has been installed for residents of Tossa de Mar to share their feelings about projects and perhaps suggest future ones of their own. Residents will need to submit their personal details such as name, email, the subject and a brief description.
Councillor for Town Planning, Manu Mohedano, told Spain Buddy: “With this website we want to bring the projects to public eyes by facilitating the consultation of the residents.” He added, “We want the entire town to participate and have enabled this by opening a new channel of communication channel where, through the form, everyone can express their ideas and proposals to improve Tossa de Mar.”
The website, which can be visited at http://www.tossademar.cat/milloremtossa/ is currently viewable in Catalán. You can view the projects by clicking on the map, or on the link in the list below it.
Tossa de Mar is a picturesque municipality in Catalonia, Northern Spain, located on the Costa Brava. It is approximately halfway between Barcelona and the border with France.
May 27, 2018 @ 7:02 am
I visited tossa de mar 7 years ago and had lunch in the Bar Tem. I can see online that is it no longer there. Can you please tell me why it closed down ….death of owner or did he move to another location?
I would love to know as I might be visiting again in the future.
May 27, 2018 @ 9:29 am
Not a clue. Perhaps ask around when you’re there?