There are no public shelters in the city of Halle (Saale). The FDP city council group has inquired about this.
“After the start of the war in the Ukraine, many considerations began to provide shelters for the population across Germany. Since 2007, this idea has receded into the background in Germany,” says the parliamentary group leader Yana Mark.
So the Free Democrats inquired how many public shelters with what capacity there are currently in Halle and how many in the years 1990 and 2007. The answer is simple and short: “none”. In addition, there are no figures or estimates of suitable privately owned shelters.
The city on the Saale does not want to set up new shelters because they are no longer responsible. “On September 1st, 2020, the responsibility for the management and processing of the public shelters changed to the Federal Agency for Real Estate Tasks (BImA). The responsible office for the management and processing of the public shelters is based in Bielefeld,” says a reply to the city council.