Temporary Road Closure – L7025 Kilrossanty

Notice is hereby given that Waterford City and County Council, in exercise of its powers pursuant to Section 75 Roads Act 1993, will close the following public road to through traffic from 25th February to 12th April 2019 to facilitate Watermains Rehabilitation Works:

Road to be closed:

  • L7025 Kilrossanty, Co. Waterford

Diversion Route:

  • Via L7025 Knockeylan road and L3019 Carrigmorna-Crough road.
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Temporary Road Closure – (L4345) The Prom, Tramore

Notice is hereby given that Waterford City & County Council, having complied with the above Act, will close the following roads, temporarily, from 11.00am to 1.00pm on Saturday 23rd February, 2019 to facilitate the Waterford Triathlon Club Tramore Duathlon.

Road to be Closed
• The Promenade in Tramore L4345, section from the Riverstown
Road roundabout to the Car Park at the end of the Promenade.
• The Estuary Road L4340 from the Promenade to the entrance of
the Riverstown Business Park at McCarthy’s Homevalue.

Diversion Route
Access to the Promenade via Riverstown Road L4144-11 and Strand Road
L4144-16 or Strand Street L8076.

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Dúnadh Sealadach Bóthair, An R674, An Rinn

Tugtar fógra leis seo go bhfuil sé i gceist ag Comhairle Cathrach agus Contae Phort Láirge, ag feidhmiú de réir a gcumhachtaí de bhun Alt 75, Acht na mBóithre 1993, an bóthar poiblí seo a leanas a dhúnadh ón 25 Feabhra go dtí an 19 Aibreán 2019, chun gur féidir tabhairt faoi oibreacha ar Scéim Soláthair Uisce na Rinne-Heilbhic:

Bóthar atá le dúnadh:

  • An R674, An Rinn óna acomhal leis an N25 ag Crosaire na Rinne go dtí a acomhal leis an L2036 ag An Léith, An Rinn.Bealach Eile:
  • Beidh trácht ag dul ó thuaidh (sé sin ag teacht ón Rinn agus ón Sean Phobal) curtha ar mhalairt slí ar an L2036 An Léith, an L6131 Bóthar an tSeanachaí agus an N25.
  • Beidh trácht ag dul ó dheas (sé sin ag teacht ó Dhún Garbhán) curtha ar mhalairt slí ar an N25; an L2036 An Léith; an L6131 Bóthar an tSeanachaí; an L6112 Bóthar an Fhaiche agus an L2026 Bóthar an tSeanphobail
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Expressions of Interest for the 2019 Town & Village Renewal Scheme

Waterford City & County Council will administer the 2019 Town & Village Renewal Scheme funded by the Department of Rural & Community Development.

The Town and Village Renewal Scheme is a key part of the Action Plan for Rural Development – Realising our Rural Potential and the recently announced Project Ireland 2040 and is designed to help rural Ireland achieve its full economic and social potential.  The focus of the Town & Village Renewal Scheme is on improving the economic development of rural towns and villages and making them more attractive places to live and work and increase their tourism potential.

Waterford City & County Council now seeks expressions of interest from towns and villages for funding of suitable projects under this initiative. Expression of interest forms and details of the Scheme outline can be obtained by e-mailing townvillagerenewal@waterfordcouncil.ie and completed expression of interest forms are to be returned before 5.00pm, Thursday 28th February 2019.

All applications will be subject to a selection process using National Criteria.  Selected expression of interest applications will be developed into detailed bids for consideration for the 2019 Town & Village Renewal Scheme.

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Reporting of Political Donations

Waterford City & County Council give notice that all Elected Members have furnished us with their Declarations of Political Donations in compliance with section 19E of the Local Elections (Disclosure of Donations and Expenditure) Act 1999.

These Statements can be inspected between 9.30am and 4pm, Monday to Friday at Customer Service, Baileys New Street, Waterford and Customer Service, Civic Offices, Dungarvan – from Monday 25th February, 2019 until Friday 8th March, 2019.

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‘You don’t want it to end’ – Waterford Greenway named Ireland’s Favourite Adventure

An excellent article on the Waterford Greenway from the Irish Independent, where the Greenway won a Reader’s Travel Award.

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Road Safety Alert: Orange and Yellow Weather Warnings for Storm Erik

The Road Safety Authority (RSA), is asking road users to exercise caution while using the roads as Met Éireann have issued Orange and Yellow weather warnings for strong winds.

An Orange weather warning is in place for Mayo and Galway from 5am until 1pm tomorrow (Friday 8 February) and in Donegal from 9am Friday to 6am on Saturday. Southwest to west winds will reach mean speeds of 65 to 80 km/h with some severe or damaging gusts of 110 to 130 km/h. The highest winds will be in exposed coastal areas, where these values may be exceeded at times. Very high seas as well with some coastal flooding.

A Yellow weather warning is also in place for Ireland with southwest to west winds will reach mean speeds of 50 to 65 km/h with gusts of 80 to 110 km/h. Along exposed Atlantic coasts these values may be exceeded for a while and with very high seas this will give the risk of coastal flooding from 6am Friday to 5am Saturday.

The RSA is asking road users to check local weather and traffic conditions and be aware of the conditions before setting out on a trip.

The RSA has the following advice for road users:

·         Beware of objects being blown out onto the road. Expect the unexpected.

·         Watch out for falling/fallen debris on the road and vehicles veering across the road

·         Control of a vehicle may be affected by strong cross winds. High sided vehicles and motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to strong winds

·         Drivers should allow extra space allow between themselves and vulnerable road users such as cyclists and motorcyclists as they may be blown off course by strong winds.

·         Drive with dipped headlights at all times

Advice to Pedestrians, Cyclists and motorcyclists;

·         Be seen. Wear bright clothing with reflective armbands or a reflective belt.

·         Take extra care when crossing the road or cycling in extremely windy conditions as a sudden gust of wind could blow you into the path of an oncoming vehicle.

·         Walk on a footpath, not in the street. Walk on the right hand side of the road, facing traffic if there are no footpaths.

For more weather updates, visit Met Eireann’s website: www.met.ie


For further information, please contact: RSA Communications Office: 096 25008

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