Local Government Authority for County Roscommon, Ireland. Roscommon County Council provides a variety of services, which impact the daily lives of those living and visiting the county. These vary from essential services such as the provision of water and sewerage facilities to those of a recreational nature such as libraries and the arts.
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National Tree Week Our Environment Dept is delighted to announce that National Tree Week 2018 will take place from March 4th to 11th. We will have a number of trees available for free to people across the County to plant and take care of. If your School / group is interested in applying for trees please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telphone 090 66 37260 roscommon.ie BoyleToday Strokestown Monksland Tidytowns Roscommon Public Participation Network Castlerea.ie Cllr Paschal FitzmauriceCllr. Orla Leyden Ivan Connaughton John Naughten Domnick ConnollyCllr Nigel Dineen Cllr John Keogh
**Report from our Heritage Officer, Ms. Nollaig Feeney on Celebrating World Wetlands Day in Castlecoote** Thanks to everyone who came along last Saturday morning, despite the rain, to celebrate World Wetlands day in Castlecoote. We had a great morning. Castlecoote Tidy Towns made us all very welcome and kept us safe on the road, Catherine Seale from the Water and Communities Office and Laura Gallaghar from the National Parks and Wildlife Service gave us great talks and lots of information on the birds & trees to be found around the river and lake, Castlecoote Lodge provided the much appreciated tea and biscuits to warm us all up after our walk. Thanks to Eileen Fahey for her great photographs. We are already looking forward to next years walk! Cllr. Orla Leyden
Let's hope the weather holds up for the Relax and Restore weekend being hosted by Roscommon Town Team tomorrow and Sunday. Looks like an exciting weekend and I know they would love to see all events well supported.
World Wetlands day 2moro. Check out this great event organised for Saturday morning.
TO FLUSH OR NOT TO FLUSH!! Well done to Roscommon community college for raising awareness on an issue that is causing many problems in our Sewage Systems. This is all part of a competition they have entered so Good luck with it all.
FESTIVALS & EVENTS GRANT SCHEME 2018 Do you have a festival or event that you are thinking about running this year. Then here is your chance to get some funding towards your event. Our Enterpise Unit are offering grants to help communities and groups. Application form and full details of the scheme can be downloaded from our website https://goo.gl/bqYacN or by contacting 0906637369 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for receipt of applications is Wed 14th Feb 2018. roscommon.ie Local Enterprise Office Roscommon Cllr. Orla Leyden Ivan Connaughton Cllr John Keogh Cllr Nigel Dineen Laurence Fallon Cllr Paschal Fitzmaurice Domnick Connolly John Naughten
Great to see our Conscious Cup Campaign in association with Roscommon Tidy Towns getting some national recognition tonight on #cblive #lattelevy Roscommon Town Team Cllr. Orla Leyden
This Winter Service Plan is Roscommon County Council's commitment to maintain a certain level of service on specified roads throughout the County. It is necessary to prioritise important and strategic routes in order to use available resources to the greatest benefit. To use the interactive map to view details on roads of interest click on this link here: https://goo.gl/MjAevG Cllr. Orla Leyden Cllr John Keogh Ivan Connaughton Laurence Fallon John Naughten Cllr Paschal Fitzmaurice Cllr Nigel Dineen
Monthly update from Roscommon Public Participation Network
N61 Coolteige (Phase 1) Road Project RCC and Wills Bros Ltd signed contracts for the N61 Coolteige Road Project today. This involves the realignment & improvement of 2.9km of existing National Secondary Road on the outskirts of Ros Town. The project passes through the townlands of Cloonbrackna, Gallowstown or Lisnacroghy, Ranelagh, Barnhill and Mullymucks. Wills Bros Ltd. was awarded the construction contract in December 2017. The contract includes the construction of approx. 2.5km of national secondary road, a roundabout junction on the outskirts of the town which links the new and existing N61 and the realignment of various side roads and all associated ancillary works. The contract period is 68 weeks with a substantial completion date of April 2019.
A great chance to promote your business.
Great initiative by An Chistin, Castlerea