Limerick City and County Council urges public to conduct council business online or by phone

Covid Level 5 restrictions in place from Christmas Eve.

Access to Limerick City and County Council public offices will be by appointment only with effect from 5pm today, Wednesday 23 October 2020 due to Covid Level 5 restrictions coming into effect from Christmas Eve.

The action has been taken in order to protect its staff and members of the public, and will remain in effect for six weeks. This date may change depending on Government and Health expert advice.

Essential services will be maintained during this period.

Those wishing to contact the local authority are encouraged to email or contact the Council online using the MyLimerick service on or by telephoning 061 556000.

Meetings can be arranged by appointment if necessary but only in exceptional circumstances.

However, a number of services have to be curtailed as a result of the new restrictions.

Motor Tax services can be accessed online at or applications that are posted to our offices will be processed. Library Services will be online only here.

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Michael Collins is continuing to urge everyone in Limerick to co-operate with the increased levels and remain resilient to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

“We have seen the increase in Covid-19 numbers over the past week or so and it remains incumbent on all of us to remain extremely vigilant and take all the necessary precautions. This is even more important over Christmas as we undoubtedly will be in contact with family and friends, many of whom may be more vulnerable to getting the virus than others.”

“Please have a Happy Christmas and safe New Year and please follow all the guidelines set down by the government and health experts. We all have our part to play in helping to stop the spread of Covid-19”.

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