Kildare County Council

08
November
2019

Footpath Upgrade Works Sallins

Footpath Upgrade Works Sallins

Works Description:

Location:  R407 around junction of Clane Road and Chapel Lane along Main Street Sallins (Outside Top Service Station)

Time Frame of works: Monday 11th November–Friday 15th November 2019

Working hours: each day: 09:30 – 17:00hrs

Traffic Management: Stop/go System or Temporary Traffic Lights

11 2019

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

05
November
2019

Roadworks - L2005 at Kerdiffstown Landfill

Roadworks - L2005 at Kerdiffstown Landfill

Please be advised that road realignment works are due to take place on the L2005 Local Road at Kerdiffstown Landfill. Works will commence on Monday, 18 November 2019 and the construction period is expected to be 26 weeks.

Traffic management in the form of traffic lights will be in place for the works.

Kildare county Council wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

11 2019

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

30
October
2019

Planning Alert issued by Kildare County Council

Planning Alert issued by Kildare County Council

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

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

24
October
2019

R401 Dunmurry Rd: Resurfacing Works

R401 Dunmurry Rd: Resurfacing Works

Please note that road resurfacing works will be carried out on the R401 Dunmurry Rd. in Kildare Town from Tuesday 29th of October to Friday 1st November. The works will be carried out between the Mondello Junction (Junction of the R415 Station Rd., R413 Melitta Rd., and R401 Dunmurry Rd.) and the Dunmurry Rd. railway bridge.

In order to minimise disruption, these works are being carried out during the school mid-term break. A road closure will be in place for the duration of the works. Diversion routes will be in place and will be clearly signposted.

Your co-operation is appreciated and any inconvenience caused is regretted. 10 2019

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

23
October
2019

Planning Alert issued by Kildare County Council

Planning Alert issued by Kildare County Council

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

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

22
October
2019

Boil Water notice - North Kildare 22/10/2019

Boil Water notice - North Kildare 22/10/2019

For residents of Leixlip, Maynooth, Straffa, Celbridge and Ardclough

This Boil Water Notice impacts approximately 600,000 people supplied by the Leixlip Water Treatment Plant. The areas impacted are as follows: parts of Fingal, areas in Dublin City Council, parts of South Dublin County Council, parts of Kildare, and Dunboyne in Meath. Full details are in the accompanying map and on water.ie.

Irish Water has acknowledged the impact and inconvenience caused by this Boil Water Notice to homes and businesses, and reassured customers that our drinking water and operational experts are working with our colleagues in Fingal County Council to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. We’re also contacting all registered vulnerable customers who are affected by this Boil Water Notice to advise them.

If you live or are travelling/staying in an area affected by this Boil Water Notice, follow the steps below.

Boil Water Advice - water must be boiled for: • Drinking • Drinks made with water • Preparation of salads and similar foods, which are not cooked prior to eating • Brushing of teeth • Making of ice - discard ice cubes in fridges and freezers and filtered water in fridges. Make ice from cooled boiled water.

What actions should be taken: • Use water prepared for drinking when preparing foods that will not be cooked (e.g. washing salads) • Water can be used for personal hygiene, bathing and flushing of toilets but not for brushing teeth or gargling • Boil water by bringing to a vigorous, rolling boil (e.g. with an automatic kettle) and allow to cool. Cover and store in a refrigerator or cold place. Water from the hot tap is not safe to drink. Domestic water filters will not render water safe to drink • Caution should be taken when bathing children to ensure that they do not swallow the bathing water • Prepare infant feeds with water that has been brought to the boil once and cooled. Do not use water that has been re-boiled several times. If bottled water is used for the preparation of infant feeds it should be boiled once and cooled. If you are using bottled water for preparing baby food, be aware that some natural mineral water may have high sodium content. The legal limit for sodium in drinking water is 200mg per litre. Check the label on the bottled water to make sure the sodium or `Na is not greater than 200mg per litre. If it is, then it is advisable to use a different type of bottled water. If no other water is available, then use this water for as short a time as possible. It is important to keep babies hydrated. • Great care should be taken with boiled water to avoid burns and scalds as accidents can easily happen, especially with children.

Please direct any customer queries to Irish Water’s 24/7 Customer Care helpline on 1850 278 278. Media queries should be referred to the Irish Water press office on 087 145 8896 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Updates will be available on the Water Supply Updates section of our website, on Twitter @IWCare and via our customer care helpline. Further information on Boil Water Notices can be found on our website https://www.water.ie/water-supply/water-quality/boil-water-notice/ .

10 2019

Written by: Kildare County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Kildare County Council

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