In the Forssa region, you can live in a detached house, an apartment building or a terraced house. You can either live in a rented apartment or buy your own. Rental apartments are often in blocks of flats, but you can also rent a terraced house or a detached house. Rental housing is often more expensive in downtown city and town centres.
You can apply for housing in Forssa using the application form or the paper form available from the housing office. The Forssa-housing office is located at Kartanonkatu 4, Forssa and is open on weekdays from 9 am to 3 pm.
Tammela rental apartments: you can apply for a rental apartment in the municipality of Tammela using the application form or a paper form available from the municipal office at Hakkapeliitantie 2, 31300 Tammela.
Humppila rental apartments: You can apply for rental housing in the municipality of Humppila by filling in an application form, which you can get from the municipal office at Kisakuja 2, 31640 Humppila.
Jokioinen rental apartments: you can apply for a rental apartment in the municipality of Jokioinen using the application form available at the municipal office, at Keskuskatu 29 A, 31600 Jokioinen.
Ypäjä rental apartments: you can apply for a rental apartment in the municipality of Ypäjä using the application form available at the municipal office, Perttulantie 20, 32100 Ypäjä.
You can also search for vacant rental apartments using internet search services such as Vuokraovi or Oikotie.
Waste and waste management
Mixed waste: mixed household waste generated daily is placed in a separate mixed waste bin. The mixed waste bin is usually located in the yard of the condominium. Mixed waste is waste from which hazardous waste has been sorted out, as well as waste that can be reused and recycled.
Bio-waste: bio-waste is sorted either in the bio-waste collection bin or in the house's own composter. Bio-waste includes food scraps and fruit and vegetable peelings. Organic waste can be collected in a paper bag or other biodegradable material.
Glass. Coloured glass can also be put in the glass bin.
Metal: Small metal items can be taken free of charge to recycling points.
Plastic: Plastic packaging can be collected, for example empty, clean and dry plastic household packaging and plastic food packaging such as yoghurt pots. You can also put plastic bags in the plastic bin.
Paper. For example, newspapers, magazines and advertising mail can be collected.
Batteries: batteries and small batteries are accepted free of charge in shops and kiosks.
There are red collection bins in shops where batteries can be placed. Ask shop staff for help if you can't find a bin for batteries. The poles of batteries and accumulators must be taped before putting them in the collection bin.