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Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

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...

City Council closes all beaches and walkways

Following on from the Taoiseach's announcement of a nationwide lockdown on Friday evening, Galway City Council has closed all beaches and walkways in Salthill...

Coronavirus: city council shutters sports facilities

Galway City Council has taken the decision this week to close public sports facilities around the city to combat the spread...

City Council meeting moved due to Covid-19 risk assessment

The monthly meeting of Galway City Council taking place this afternoon has been moved due to a Covid-19 risk assessment.

Have your say on the City Council’s Arts Strategy for 2020-2025

This month Galway City Council is beginning work on developing an Arts Strategy for the next five years, and a number...

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...

City Council deploys flood defences for Storm Jorge

Galway City Council is deploying flood protection measures for Storm Jorge as Met Eireann has issued it highest level of weather...

City Councillor calls for NUIG to revoke campus rent increase

Galway City Councillor Eddie Hoare has criticised the decision by NUIG to impose a 4% rent increase on campus accommodation.

Galway City Council prepares for Storm Dennis impact

Preparations are being made by Galway City Council to deal with any flooding or other issues caused by Storm Dennis this...

City Council refuses to allocate €2.5 million more to Galway 2020

Galway City Council rejected a call to allocate an additional €2.5 million in funding to Galway 2020 in a council meeting...

City Councillor calls for urgent funding for Renmore school

Galway City Councillor Alan Cheevers is calling on the Department of Education to urgently look at funding for a new school for Scoil Chaitriona...

City Council warns of falling trees and overtopping as Lorenzo approaches

Galway City Council has said there is a risk of overtopping and falling trees when Storm Lorenzo hits Ireland tomorrow night. The City Council's Senior...

City Councillor says traffic lights making the problem worse

Galway City Councillor Alan Cheevers has called for a review of the city traffic lights amid claims they are making congestion worse. The city east...

Applications open for city council Environmental Partnership fund

Applications have now opened for the 2019 Galway City Council Environmental Partnership Fund. Groups and communities in the city who have an idea for a...

City Council opens tenders for sheep and cattle grazing

Galway City Council is inviting tenders for sheep and cattle grazing on multiple plots of council owned land for the coming year. Tenders for grazing...

City council cutting speed limit on two major roads

Galway city council is cutting the speed limit on multiple stretches of the Headford Road and Bothar na dTreabh for the coming year. The speed...

City Council defends lane closures in month long Bohermore roadworks

Galway City Council has defended the decision to carry out extensive roadworks between Bohermore and Eyre Square throughout August. Roadworks taking place in the Bohermore/Prospect...

Galway City Council planning major upgrades to Martin Roundabout

Galway City Council is planning to upgrade the Martin Roundabout, at the junction of the Old Dublin Road and Doughiska Road, to a signalised...

Galway City Council votes to raise the Rainbow Flag for Galway Pride

The Rainbow flag will be raised by Galway City Council for Pride Week in Galway after every Councillor voted for a motion brought forward...
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Coronavirus: No new Galway cases as national figure jumps by 500

The total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Galway remains at 134 as no new cases were recorded in the county in the...

Thousands of jobs going as Debenhams closing Irish business

Debenhams has announced that it is permanently closing its stores in Ireland, and that the business here is going into liquidation. In a statement released...

Canney praises work of Public Participation Network amid pandemic

A Galway TD has praised the work being done by Public Participation Networks in Galway and around Ireland during the Coronavirus pandemic. Galway East TD...

Government announces major expansion of supports for businesses

A major expansion of supports for businesses impacted by COVID-19 has been announced. Minister Heather Humphreys announced that a package worth €1 billion in liquidity measures...

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