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Galway City seeks to become European Net Zero Pilot City

Galway City Council has launched an application to the European Commission to become a Net Zero Pilot City - bringing €1.5million in funding to...

Residential Zoned Land Tax draft map now available for public to view

Members of the public have until 1 January 2023 to check and make submissions on draft maps that show lands in Galway City which...

€300k awarded to City Council for two culture projects

Galway City Council has been awarded €300,000 for two cross-border collaborations that will directly support the arts and artists across the country. Atlantic Region of...

Japan’s finest young musicians to perform in Galway this week

Sixty of Japan’s finest young wind and brass players will spend five days in Galway this week to perform at a number of schools...

First sod turned on Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge

The first work has begun this week on the construction of the new Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge in the city centre. The new...

Galway City Council moves towards using fully-electric vehicles

Galway City Council has this week introduced eight fully-electric vans in Phase 1 of the conversion of the its fleet to electric vehicles. The eight...

An Bord Pleanála green lights Salmon Weir pedestrian bridge

An Bord Pleanála has given its approval for the new Salmon Weir pedestrian bridge over the River Corrib in Galway City. With the green light...

Galway City’s new Football Development Officer pledges to help increase participation in the sport

The FAI has announced Emer Flatley as Galway City's new Football Development Officer. Emer Flatley is taking over from Nigel Keady who has new role...

New water sports facility for Galway City in €19m scheme

A new water sports and activities centre will be developed in Galway City as part of a major announcement from Fáilte Ireland today. It has...

Multi-million investment in Galway City infrastructure welcomed

The announcement earlier this week of more than €50 million worth of funding to invest in major infrastructure projects in Galway City has been...

“Galway one of few places where cases are growing” – third wave spike causes alarm

The HSE, An Garda Síochána and the local councils have appealed to people in Galway to stay vigilant and help to curb the spread...

Galway City Council adopts €102 million 2021 budget

Galway City Council has agreed on a budget of €102.5 million for the city for the year of 2021, an increase of €2.8 million...

Criticism levelled at housing proposals in Sandy Road development plans

Plans for the redevelopment of a 21 acre site on the Sandy Road in Galway City have been criticised for allegedly not giving sufficient...

Public feedback sought on Sandy Road housing proposals

Galway City Council is seeking public feedback on initial proposals for a massive housing development on Sandy Road. The Land Development Agency and Galway City...

Modular housing project in Westside ready to take families out of emergency accommodation

Construction has been completed on a modular housing project in the Westside area of Galway City which aims to take homeless families out of...

City Council establishes Coronavius response forum

Galway City Council is spearheading a new Coronavirus Response Forum to coordinate state agencies, voluntary, and community groups in this crisis. The Covid-19 coronavirus Community...

Call for no parking fees at city docks while coronavirus test centre is running

A City Councillor is calling for the suspension all parking fees at the docks as long as the coronavirus test centre is operational there. The...

Royal visit wraps up with trad music and hurling

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up their three day Royal visit by trying their hand at hurling in Salthill this afternoon. Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA...

Traffic restrictions in place for Royal visit

Traffic in Galway City Centre and part of Salthill have been shut down by Gardaí today for the Royal visit by the Duke and...

Galway City Council wins national planning award for Public Realm Strategy

Galway City Council has won a prestigious Irish Planning Institute Award for the recently prepared Public Realm Strategy which is meant to transform the...

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