Crews from Limerick City and County Council have been deployed around Limerick city following some localised flooding due to Storm Brian.
Limerick City and County Council has instructed that all accommodation for those experiencing homelessness to remain open 24 hours on Saturday due to Storm Brian.
Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D. is in Limerick today (Friday) as part of a regional programme to discuss Budget 2018.
Limerick City and County Council is providing sandbags to residents in vulnerable areas of St Mary’s Park and Corbally ahead of the arrival of Storm Brian.
Limerick City and County Council saw a huge surge in the number of people accessing Limerick.ie and our Twitter feed @LimerickCouncil during Storm Ophelia.
Limerick City and County Council is beginning works that will add capacity to a section of R445 (Old Dublin Road) in order to help reduce peak waiting times for motorists.
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has thanked the hundreds of workers who have helped to clean up the city and county in the wake of Storm Ophelia.
First steps in Mid-West’s largest planned residential development underway with Limerick Twenty Thirty
The first step towards one of the largest planned residential projects outside the capital has been taken with the announcement that Limerick Twenty Thirty (LTT) is to develop 850 units at Mungret.
Clean-up crews from Limerick City and County Council have been working since first light to removed trees/ branches and other debris from Limerick’s road network in the aftermath of Storm Ophelia.
Members of the Newcastle West Municipal District have heard of plans by a rural development group to build grow on its recent success on creating employment for its community.
Limerick City and County Council’s Severe Weather Assessment Team has met this morning to assess the latest situation in relation to Storm Ophelia.