The budget of Ufa grew by 27%, exceeding 45 billion rubles in 2022. The volume of investments increased by 8%, the volume of shipped products - by 5%, and unemployment is steadily declining. These data at a working meeting dedicated to the preparations for the 450th anniversary of Ufa were announced by the head of the city administration Ratmir Mavliev.
“The Ufa City Hall is tasked with achieving a leading position in Russia regarding the most important development indicators. The growth in housing affordability is one of the key indicators of this. A promising growth point for our capital is Zabelje. The development of the affordable housing segment is our strategic task. The program’s implementation will allow us to create opportunities to construct nine million square meters of new housing in Ufa and provide them with all the necessary social infrastructure - schools, kindergartens, and clinics. It will also allow us to modernize existing industrial facilities and create new ones. This will create additional jobs,” said the mayor of the capital.
The Ufa City Hall has developed comprehensive programs to transform the capital. From the beginning of the launch of the program to the 23rd year, 171 yards will be repaired. Since the beginning of the implementation of the republican program, 2389 entrances have already been restored. In Ufa, 2580 garbage containers were installed and replaced. A total of 1,060 containers for the separate collection of waste and 345 mesh containers for the collection of PET containers were installed.
We pay great attention to outdoor lighting, landscaping of adjacent territories, and other architectural solutions. We are successfully implementing the Clear Sky project. We carry out the lighting in such areas of the city where before, in principle, there was no light. We repair networks where people have been waiting for this for years. We are improving energy efficiency, changing the lighting format, switching to white light, improving lighting, increasing safety, and saving energy. All this will increase the comfort of movement around Ufa, change the city’s look for the better, and, of course, affect the mood of the townspeople, Ratmir Mavliev noted.
Author: Azat Gizzatullin