Community Development And Activities
Book clubs are a great way to meet others and discuss books.
Limerick has applied to the Council of Europe for Intercultural Cities status.
Nestled in the shadows of Thomond Park, the allotments in Ballynanty are being managed by St. Munchin's Community Centre, Kileely on behalf of the Council.
Limerick City and County Council's Estate Management Unit is comprised of experienced staff whose overall aim is to ensure that the residents of Council estates, young and old, can live their lives free from interference or nuisance, and in an attractive physical and social environment.
The Public Participation Network (PPN) is the main link through which the local authority connects with the community, voluntary and environmental sectors.
The Limerick Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) 2016 - 2021 sets out the objectives and actions which will guide the economic and community development of Limerick city and county over the next six years.
Healthy Limerick envisions a Limerick where everyone is empowered to enjoy positive wellbeing which is supported at every level of society and achieved by working together.
If you are a community based organisation in Limerick city or county, then Limerick Going for Gold is relevant to you. The aim of the Limerick Going for Gold campaign is to make Limerick a cleaner, brighter place to work, live and visit.
The IPB Pride of Place 2018 awards are presented in association with Co-operation Ireland and 2018 marks the 16th anniversary of the competition which has enjoyed tremendous success and continues to grow in terms of prestige and popularity.
The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) aims to tackle poverty and social exclusion through local engagement and partnership between disadvantaged individuals, community organisations and public sector agencies.