Changes To Local Authority Activities With Effect From 8 June 2020

What to expect in Phase 2? Libraries Users can expect a safe lending service via a ‘Contact and Collect’ lending model Parks and Playgrounds Reopening of all parks & playgrounds – in compliance with social distancing and HSE guidelines; Traffic Management Resumption of On-street traffic management enforcement; with free parking in car parks (with the […]

ALONE continues to work with Tipperary County Council #covid19

ALONE, the organisation that supports older people, has received more than 20,000 calls to their COVID-19 helpline for older people since it launched in March. ALONE has hugely expanded their services since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Ireland to meet the needs of older people nationwide, and is running a national helpline for older people as part […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to safeguard water supplies to customers on the Coalbrook Scheme in Tipperary

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to repair leaks and safeguard water supply to the Coalbrook Public Water Supply, which serves approximately 1,200 customers in Coalbrook, Ballinastick, Earlshill, Ballincurry, Glengall, Ballingarry and surrounding areas. A number of leaks have been found and repaired in recent weeks, but demand remains high in […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to safeguard water supplies to customers on the Commons Scheme in Tipperary

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to repair leaks and safeguard water supply to the Commons Public Water Supply, which serves approximately 450 customers in Commons village and surrounding areas. A number of leaks have been found and repaired in recent weeks, but demand remains high in the scheme and we […]

Tipperary County Council to support local voluntary organisations providing assistance to vulnerable citizens during Covid-19

Community support helpline to be available from Wednesday 1st April – 0761 06 5000 At the request of Minister Eoghan Murphy TD, Tipperary County Council COVID- 19 Community Response Forum has been established to enable the coordination of a multi-agency response in the delivery of much needed services to vulnerable citizens across County Tipperary. In […]

€3,000 Prize Fund for Energy Efficient Home Extension Designs

Sustainable Tipp is a partnership of Tipperary County Council, Tipperary Energy Agency and more to deliver Tipperary’s Sustainable Energy Action Plan to achieve a low carbon economy for citizens and communities. It is now accepting nationwide entries for the best design of a home extension to NZEB (Near Zero Energy Building) standard. A €3000 prize […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council working to address water supply disruption in Coalbrook area

March 23 2020 – Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to address issues which are causing intermittent disruption to supply for some customers supplied from the Coalbrook water supply scheme in the areas of Kilbraugh and Earlshill. Tipperary County Council crews are on site working to resolve the issues. Some works already implemented […]

Energy in Agriculture 15th July 2020 – Focus on Rural Diversification

The Energy in Agriculture committee today announced their fifth consecutive year running Energy in Agriculture in Gurteen. Energy in Agriculture 2020 will focus on rural diversification, forestry and energy usage. We will hear from the champions of the sectors and their success stories. Paul Kenny CEO of Tipperary Energy Agency says ‘’Energy In Agriculture has […]

Shop Local Tipperary – New Initiative to remind us of the many benefits of shopping locally

Shop Local Tipperary is a new initiative by Tipperary County Council designed to raise awareness of the many great businesses on our doorstep and to remind us of the many benefits of shopping locally.   Pat Slattery, Director of Services with Tipperary County Council explains the thinking behind the new campaign “It is very important […]

County Tipperary 1917-1921; a history in 80 documents – Launch at The Source Thurles

In 2016, Tipperary County Council Library Service published County Tipperary in 1916: a history in 40 documents. The second part of a projected three-part series,Tipperary 1917-1921: a history in 80 documents, again from the ‘Finding Tipperary’ series of publications will be launched by Councillor Seamus Hanafin in The Source, Thurles on Saturday August 24th at […]

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