A mechanical street sweeping service is provided 365 days a year by the Operations & Maintenance Services Department.
There are approximately 450 acres of public open space in Limerick City alone, some of this land is actively maintained as public parkland and other areas are being developed, for example, as urban forestry and as wildlife sanctuaries.
Limerick City and County Council’s Annual Tidy Towns Seminar was held on 15th April 2018 in the Woodlands House Hotel, Adare, Co. Limerick.
Registration is now open for the fifth edition of Team Limerick Clean-Up (TLC), set to take place this Good Friday 19th April, across Limerick city and county.
Limerick City and County Council wishes to advise all residents groups that Maintenance of Open Spaces in Housing Developments Grant is open for 2019.
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.