Meath County Council

28
March
2020

Meath County Council Public Counters Closed

Meath County Council Public Counters Closed

Saturday 28th March 2020


County Council Offices Closed

Meath County Council has confirmed that all their offices, including Motor Tax and Planning, are now closed to the public with immediate effect and will remain closed until further notice.

The Council is advising customers not call to the offices for any reason as they will not be able to gain access.

Anyone wishing to transact business can do so by telephone (046 9097000) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

The Customer Services team will be available to take calls during normal working hours and the out of hours emergency line (1890 445 335) will also operate as usual.

Planning and other applications can only be accepted in the post boxes outside the building, there will be no facility to lodge applications at the public counters.  Motor Tax renewals should be done on-line.

Face to face meetings with staff cannot be accommodated other than to deal with emergency situations and subject to social distancing requirements.

Commentating on the revised arrangements Chief Executive Jackie Maguire said “we sincerely thank the public for their patience and understanding during these very difficult times. Our priority now is to comply with the new directions from Government and to do what we can to protect our staff and our customers while at the same time ensuring that we continue to safely provide essential and vital public services. We would like to re-assure everyone that staff are on hand to deal with any emergency situation that might arise during this period. We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines, to stay at home as much as possible and to take all necessary precautions to stay safe.”

http://bit.ly/MCC-Services-COVID-19

  03 2020

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Community Notices, Meath County Council

26
March
2020

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

New and decided planning applications published recently by Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council.

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Planning, Meath County Council

24
March
2020

COVID-19 - Meath County Council Service Updates

COVID-19 - Meath County Council Service Updates


Updates on Meath County Council Services in relation to COVID-19 Safety Measures

We are implementing Government  /  HSE guidelines in relation to Covid-19 safety measures. 


See the latest updates on our Services in relation to COVID-19 Safety Measures including:

Offices,
Motor Tax Counter,
Commercial Rates,
Libraries,
Swimming Pools,
Community Centres,
Recycling Facilities / Drop Off Days
Dog Shelter,
Playgrounds and
Municipal District Meetings

at http://bit.ly/MCC-Services-COVID-19 



03 2020

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Community Notices, Meath County Council

23
March
2020

Temporary Closure of N51 Slane Road, Navan, Co. Meath

Temporary Closure of N51 Slane Road, Navan, Co. Meath

Meath County Council has made an order to temporarily close the Slane Road (N51), Navan, Co.Meath from its junction with the R162/Flower Hill (Round “O” Roundabout) to the entrance of St Enda’s Villas/St Mary’s Park.
Starting: 06/04/2020
Ending: 26/04/2020

View this alert on the Meath County Council website

View an interactive map of all Meath County Council notices

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Meath County Council

19
March
2020

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

New and decided planning applications published recently by Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council.

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Planning, Meath County Council

19
March
2020

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council

New and decided planning applications published recently by Planning Alert issued by Meath County Council.

Written by: Meath County Council Categories: Planning, Meath County Council

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