In English

Hyvinkään vihreät, represents The Green party of Finland in the municipality of Hyvinkää. Green movement started in Hyvinkää at the municipal elections in 1984, when green list gained 7,8% and 4 seats in the council. Hyvinkään vihreät as an association was started in fall 1986.

In this ongoing season (2017-2021) we hold 9 of 51 seats in city council. 7 of which were elected from our list, 2 representatives joined us in mid season. We are 3rd largest group in the city, with 13,6% of votes in 2017 elections.
Green group in Hyvinkää city council:
– Terhi Korpela
– Minna Hyytiäinen (Chairman of the group)
– Aki Korpela (Reserve Chairman of the group)
– Nina Pyykkönen
– Sanna-Kaisa Patjas
– Ragni Reichardt
– Markku Jahnukainen
– Kristiina Urtamo (joined 2018)
– Sirpa Kalliomaa (joined 2018)


Our cornerstone is ambitious environmental politics. Best legacy to our children, is clean and well-being nature.
Needs of a growing city are sometimes challenging nature’s values – we aim to protect our clean ground water, soils, swamps and groves. We want to preserve diversity and aim our city into carbon neutrality.

All build environment must be accesible, regardless of ones degree of mobility. Same applies to the entire society. Nobody should be excluded. We want to build an equal society in which everyone can participate.

Greens cherish diverse field of culture in our city as an hobby or even as profession. Let’s seek rich experiences from culture – not from shopping.

People should be heard more when decisions are made, also in between elections. Open discussion and dialogue about city’s future should impact us all.

Welcome to the movement!

Work for the environment, equality, education and greener future is done between elections. With your membership fee you support our work for a better world.
Learn how to join here: Join now – Greens

You are most welcome to join the action too, come see us at the events, or contact us.

Not interested in joining a party? We accept support members, independent from the green party. Contact us for more info.

Did you know, that you may be eligible to vote and become candidate, even if you’re not citizen of Finland:
– You have the right to vote in municipal elections if you are a citizen of Finland, another EU Member State, Iceland or Norway, and you meet the following criteria:
1) you are 18 years of age at the latest on the election day, and
2) you are assigned a municipality of residence in Finland in two month prior the election.
– If you are a citizen of some other country, you may vote in the municipal elections if:
1) you are 18 years of age at the latest on the election day, and
2) you have had a municipality of residence in Finland for a continuous period of at least two years.
Learn more from here.