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Seventy Limerick businesses now signed up for initiative

Seventy Limerick City businesses have now signed up for the initiative with more expected to join in the coming months. Limerick City and County Council is supporting the major voluntary environmental project, which aims to make Ireland a tap water refilling country.


Limerick Public Participation Network re-opens registration process

The Limerick Public Participation Network (Limerick PPN) has re-opened its registration process and is calling on eligible community and voluntary groups and organisations in Limerick to become part of a local structure that helps the citizens take an active formal role in relevant policy development committees of Limerick City and County Council.


Main Street, Caherconlish re-opens ahead of schedule

Limerick City and County Council is pleased to confirm that the road works which necessitated the closure of part of Main Street in Caherconlish in County Limerick have been completed and the road has re-opened.


Is your pride and joy the Best Front Garden in Limerick?

Is there an attractive garden in your area that you would like to nominate for the Limerick Going for Gold Best Front Garden Competition? Or maybe you would like to enter your own garden in the competition? Then we would like to hear from you as the deadline for inclusion in the Limerick Going for Gold Best Front Garden Competition has been extended until Wednesday 14 August.


Green Flag flying proudly over Limerick’s People’s Park

A Green Flag now flies proudly over the People’s Park after the park was chosen as one of the latest recipients of the internationally recognised Green Flag Awards. The Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards well managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces around the world.


Plans unveiled for O’Connell Street Revitalisation Project

Limerick City and County Council has unveiled plans for the re-development of Limerick’s premier street - O’Connell Street. The aim of O’Connell Street Revitalisation project is to breathe new life into the area for pedestrians and residents, to redefine its role as a ‘destination’ within Limerick City and the greater Mid-West region, support more sustainable modes of transport, and provide a stronger and more visually appealing and attractive city centre.