Temporary road closure information
Information on Paid Parking and pay for parking offences
(Tuesday, June 28, 2016)
The Local Government Operation Procurement Centre is hosting Supplier Information Sessions on upcoming Frameworks/Dynamic Purchasing Systems (DPS) throughout 2016. The purpose of these sessions is to bring Suppliers through the particular public procurement processes prior to publication.
(Tuesday, June 14, 2016)
On July 1st 2016, Pay By Weight will come into effect for all households in Ireland.Pay By Weight is considered to be the best method to encourage better segregation of household waste as well as maximising waste reduction.
(Thursday, May 26, 2016)
Longford County Council wishes to inform that Road and Footpath Reconstruction Works will take place on St Mel’s Road, Longford Town over the coming weeks commencing from Monday May 30th 2016. (Estimated timeframe 5/6 weeks). The works will take place on a phased basis.
(Thursday, March 31, 2016)
Be part of a special Commemorative weekend to honour the brave Longford men and women of 1916, and to celebrate the great community spirit in our county from Friday 22nd- Sunday 24th April. . The weekend begins on Friday evening with an art exhibition and launch of a 1916 map of County Longford sites associated with 1916. The special guest on the evening will be Historian and Archivist Catriona Crowe
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016)
Members of the public are advised to continue to consult forecasts and to heed any warnings issued by Met before making any journeys. A number of roads in Co. Longford are still closed due to flooding while other are flooded but passable when due care is taken. To view the list of closed flooded roads and flooded but open roads click the following link
(Thursday, February 25, 2016)
Longford County Council scooped a top planning award at the Irish Planning institute’s (IPI) National Planning Awards on Friday last at a ceremony held at Dublin Castle. The Longford County Development Plan 2015-2021 was declared the winner in the category of Plan Making at the Awards and fought off stiff competition from other competitors such as South Dublin and Limerick County Councils.
During 2012 Longford Dog Pound took in 504 dogs. Of those 53 were reclaimed, 361 were re-homed and the remainder were euthanaised.