National Tidy Towns Competition

Limerick City and County Council actively supports and embraces Limerick city, towns and villages participating in the Department of Rural & Community Development’s National Tidy Towns Competition.

  • Volunteers in Glin - National Tidy Towns Competiton

Mayor's Mission

Mission Possible for #Limerick Tidy Towns Groups

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick laid down a challenge to tidy towns groups across Limerick with the mission of creating a short video suitable for use on social media of your ‘PLACE’. The video had to be 90 seconds or less and showcase the town or village along with a minimum of five categories in the Tidy Towns competition.

The competition was open to groups who entered Tidy Towns in 2019 and/or 2021.

Following the judging, Patrickswell Tidy Towns have been announced as the winners with Elton Tidy Towns runners-up and Kilteely Tidy Towns finishing in third.

Seven groups were highly commended: Adare, Bruff, Castleconnell, Croom, Garrienderk, Murroe and Oola.

To view all of the videos click here.

Limerick Tidy Towns

Supported by Limerick City and County Council, our Tidy Towns committees embody Limerick’s great character and personality. A combination of our warmth, energy and civic pride and our determination and collaborative spirit. Our Limerick Edge and Embrace.

The work of Limerick Tidy Towns aims to enrich the physical and social environment of Limerick’s city, towns and villages and involves litter picking; the planting and upkeep of green areas and the delivery of community-driven sustainability and biodiversity enhancement projects throughout city and county.

This service is provided by

Urban and Rural Community Development

Phone +353 61 556000
Limerick City and County Council, Merchant's Quay, Limerick V94 EH90