|Municipality of Estonia|
Raasiku Parish within Harju County.
|• Rural Municipality Mayor||Raivo Uukkivi|
|• Assistant Rural Municipality Mayor||Ardo Niinre|
|• Total||158.86 km2 (61.34 sq mi)|
|• Density||30/km2 (78/sq mi)|
Raasiku Parish (Estonian: Raasiku vald) in Harju County locates in the south-eastern direction from the city of Tallinn. The main road leading through the parish is Jüri - Aruküla - Raasiku - Jägala road. The Tallinn - Tapa Railway goes through the north border of the parish.
Both, the Flag and the Coat of Arms are in use since 1995. The Coat of Arms symbolizes the beautiful pine grove of Aruküla and it's tenacity that helps people to improve the economy and the spiritual life of their home place. The green diagonal area resembles the other biggest small borough Raasiku with it's small drumlins surrounding the small borough. Green resembles nature and silver hope and purity.
Council of the Rural Municipality (15)
Rural Municipality Government (5)
Rural Municipality Mayor - Raivo Uukivi
- Assistant Rural Municipality Mayor - Ardo Niinre
- Social Pedagogue
- Head of the Social Department
- Social Department
- Educational Institutions
- Cultural Institutions
- Rural Municipality Secretary
- Head of the Finance Department
- Finance Department
- Head of the Administration Department
- Administration Department
Twin towns – sister cities
- Norberg Municipality, Sweden
Raasiku is the birthplace of chess player Aino Kukk (1930-2006), who won the Estonian Women's Chess Championship in 1955.
|This Harju County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|