Idrija is a town in western Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Idrija. It is located in the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoraland is in the Gorizia Statistical Region. It is notable for its mercury mine with stores and infrastructure, as well as miners' living quarters, and a miners' theatre. Together with the Spanish mine at Almadén, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012.[2] In 2011, Idrija was given the Alpine Town of the Year award.
Municipality of Idrija has single administration so the team of employees who have skills and competence are working together on projects. The Director leads and coordinates the work of the Municipal Administration and she (Mojca Remškar Planinc), together with the Mayor, delegates projects (work) to the employees. Each employee has also its own duties in one of the sectors.  
Sector for Social Activities
Sector for Economic Activities
Sector for  Public Utilities, Investments
Sector for Spatial Planning and Environmental Protection
Sector for general and legal affairs
Inter-municipal Inspectorate and Security

Contacts:
Aleš Lapajne
Municipality of Idrija
Mestni trg 1, 5280 Idrija, Slovenia  
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Tel. 041 427 222 - 05 37 34 511
Skype : obcinaidrija
www.idrija.si