Temporary road closure information
Information on Paid Parking and pay for parking offences
(Wednesday, February 03, 2016)
Following the submission of a detailed application and assessment process, Longford has been selected as a partner in the EU funded URBACT MAPS project. For more than ten years, the URBACT programme has been the European Territorial Cooperation programme aiming to foster sustainable integrated urban development in urban areas across Europe.
(Tuesday, January 26, 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
(Monday, January 25, 2016)
All Suppliers should ensure that all opportunities of business with Longford County Council via the National Frameworks are availed of. If you are not registered with the required websites you will not receive automatic notification of opportunities you may wish to tender/quote for.
(Monday, January 11, 2016)
There is assistance for home owners, small business, farmers and community, voluntary and sporting bodies. The Humanitarian Assistance Scheme, (which is means tested), is available to assist people whose homes, business or property were damaged by flooding and who are not in a position to meet the costs for essential needs, household items and in some instances structural repairs.
(Tuesday, December 22, 2015)
If your business has been affected by the recent "Storm Desmond" you may be entitled to make a claim under the Emergency Humanitarian Flooding Assistance scheme. The scheme is being administered by the Red Cross on behalf of the Dept of Defence.
(Tuesday, November 24, 2015)
Longford County Council proposes to declare Flancare Link Road near Longford Town as a public road. Any person wishing to view the location of the proposed public road or make a submission in relation to this proposal is now invited to do so before Friday January 15th 2016.
Our average monthly electricity bill for producing water at Lough Forbes alone is approximately €11,000.00!