Temporary road closure information
Information on Paid Parking and pay for parking offences
(Wednesday, May 27, 2015)
Road works and traffic disruptions will take place on the N4 Newtownforbes to Rooskey Road at Skry Bridge. from 8 00am to 6 00pm tomorrow, Thursday May 28th 2015. The road will remain open with traffic management measures
(Wednesday, May 20, 2015)
On the 21st April 2015, a workshop organized by Longford County Council 2016 Steering Group which was held in Backstage Theatre to gather ideas for the Ireland 2016 – Longford Centenary Programme. This is being run in association with the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and a small grant has been made available to assist groups in the development of the event(s) which they are organizing.
(Tuesday, May 12, 2015)
Applications are now being invited for funding for local diaspora engagement projects and initiatives under the Local Diaspora Engagement Fund from local and community groups and organisations based in Ireland. The purpose of the funding is to promote diaspora engagement at a county, local and community level.
(Wednesday, April 22, 2015)
Following a review on the operation of paid parking in Longford Town, the Members of Longford Municipal District propose to implement the changes in the arrangements for paid parking in Longford effective from 1st May 2015.
(Tuesday, April 21, 2015)
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 13 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) that Longford County Council, being the Planning Authority for the County proposes to make a variation of the Longford County Development Plan 2015 – 2021.
(Thursday, March 26, 2015)
A new Business Incentive Scheme has been adopted which is designed to encourage the use of vacant commercial premises throughout the County. As the County emerges from a challenging economic period, the local authority is keen to support new business owners and incentivise them to move into premises that are currently lying vacant.
Longford County Council produces over 14.5 million litres of water each day!