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(Tuesday, November 26, 2013)
During winter months Longford County Council monitor road conditions and in the event of frost and snow the County Council implement a winter gritting programme based on an agreed priority schedule of roads.
(Thursday, October 10, 2013)
Metal Theft impacts on everyone: homeowners, farmers, commuters, schools, businesses, recyclers and essential infrastructure such as ESB, Eircom and Irish Rail. Metal thieves target churches, vacant houses, public buildings, telecommunication cables and electricity substations. Many of these thefts are putting communities in danger.
(Wednesday, October 02, 2013)
The Annual Report of Longford County Council for 2012 is now available. The Annual Report provides an opportunity to outline the activities and the Council’s performance during the year. The report is published in both English and Irish language versions and both can be accessed online on this website.
(Monday, September 30, 2013)
From 1 October 2013, if a vehicle is not going to be in use in a public place, a declaration must be made to your local motor tax office in advance of the vehicle being taken off the road if you wish to avoid the requirement to pay motor tax for the period of non-use. The new arrangements will replace the system which allows owners to declare that a vehicle was off the road when seeking to tax a vehicle after a period when it has not been used on the public road.
(Wednesday, September 25, 2013)
Longford County Council hereby gives notice that it has made an Order to close the Lisbrack Road (Local Road L – 1001 0), from its junction with the Battery Road to its junction with the N5 Strokestown Road on Wednesday 25th
(Friday, September 06, 2013)
Owners and Occupiers of lands along public roads are obliged to ensure that roadside hedges and trees do not present a hazard or obstruction to road users. Longford County Council wishes to bring to the notice of landowners and occupiers of land the potential hazards and dangers to road users where trees, shrubs, hedges or other vegetation are not maintained.
Longford is the only county in Ireland to have 100% participation from secondary schools in the Green Schools Programme. We also have 97% of National Schools participating.