Tipperary County Council
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Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

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Tourism Strategy

New Tourism Strategy for County Tipperary

Tipperary Age Friendly

What is an Age Friendly County?

Spectacular Exhibition - Clonmel Show 1865 – 2015

Spectacular Exhibition detailing 150 years of the Clonmel Show 1865 – 2015 now Showing at Tipperary County Museum.

Adopted Budget 2016

This Budget builds on the vision statement set out in the Corporate Plan adopted by the Members earlier this year to be “Ambitious for our communities, demanding of ourselves and working to a shared purpose to deliver prosperity across the county”: It seeks to deliver on the Corporate Plans three strategic themes of a Strong Economy, Quality of Life and a Quality Environment.

Top Tips for Driving in Wet, Windy and Flooded Conditions

When driving in wet and windy conditions road users need to take particular care. Specifically drivers should heed the following advice:

Commercial Incentive Scheme (CIS)

In order to help restore vibrancy and vitality to the town/village centre, Tipperary County Council has focussed on developing a mechanism to assist in addressing the issue of vacant retail units in the county’s village and town centres.


A selection of events from around the county taken from the county programme and recent grant scheme, full details of all events are on the festivals calendar at www.tipperarycoco.ie
which is updated on a regular basis. Look out for Tipperary2016 on facebook and twitter.

Abnormal Load Permit

Abnormal Load Permits generally apply to vehicles carrying abnormal or indivisible loads on public roads. In exceptional circumstances, for example, the carriage of abnormal and indivisible loads (AILS), the legal limits on weights and dimensions may be exceeded.

Festival Strategy 2018 - 2020

Tipperary County Council aims to promote and support local festivals that are not solely commercially focused throughout the County, to support and assist those events that have a tourism/cultural/artistic or community focus and which contribute significantly to the quality of life.

Vacant Sites Register

The Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015 introduced a requirement to establish a vacant site register. The purpose of the register is to identify vacant sites within the functional area of the Council with a view to bringing such sites into beneficial use.

The Council, as of January 1st 2017, has established a register. At present the register has no entries.

Religion & Ritual- Lecture Series at the County Museum

From the beginning of time religion and its associated rituals have been constant yet ever changing.

Regional & Local Road Grant Allocations

Grants received from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport (DTTAS) for the Improvement and Maintenance of Regional and Local Roads in Tipperary

Roadside Memorials

Tipperary County Council is aware that the wish to erect a roadside memorial is a sensitive issue for the parties affected and the general public. The desire to erect a roadside memorial must be commensurate with the necessity to safeguard traffic safety, not create a traffic hazard and general public sensitivities.

Public Lighting Policy 14th May 2018

Public Lighting is a highly valued and visible asset with the potential to make a significant contribution to the wider community in terms of accessibility, road safety and the fostering of commercial activity.

Motorcyclists Urged to Bike Safe This Summer

171 motorcyclists have been killed and 629 seriously injured since 2010
• Summer is high risk for motorcyclists, especially Saturday and Sunday
• Approved PPE, high visibility clothing and ’ease off the throttle’
• Drivers need to look and look again for motorcyclists

Sustainable Energy Action Plan

Sustainable Tipp’ is the title of a co-operative energy transformation of Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community sectors over three years. It is a support mechanism for communities, farmers, homeowners and business owners to save energy and money and become more sustainable.

Donohill Waste and Recycling Centre

We look forward to your visit at our newly reconstructed, waste management and recycling facility.

Our operating hours are as follows...

Monday to Thursday: 08:30 to 16:30. Closed for lunch 12:30 to 13:00
Friday: 08:30 to 15:30. Closed for lunch 12:30 to 13:00
Saturday: 09:00 to 12:45.

We accept a variety of items for disposal and recycling.

Energy Reduction Measures

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has undertaken a programme of turning off surplus lighting at Motorway Junctions which commenced at the end of September 2018.

The objective is to reduce energy use in accordance with the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU).

Junction 8 (Fethard) off the M8 at Cashel Co Tipperary is included in the TII’s programme.

Tipperary County Council salutes our 2018 Tidy Towns

Towns and villages across Tipperary had another outstanding year following the announcement of the 2018 Super Valu Tidytowns winners recently.

Town Initiative of the Year Award - Cabragh Wetlands Project

Thurles Chamber and Templemore-Thurles Municipal District, Tipperary County Council in conjunction with Thurles Town Centre Forum was successful in winning the "Town Initiatives of the Year" Award for The Cabragh Wetlands Project at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Awards.Congratulations to The Cabragh Wetlands Trust who undertake invaluable work in a volunteering capacity in the areas o

Radon Advice

Radon is a radioactive gas which originates from the decay of uranium in rocks and soils. It is colourless, odourless and tasteless and can only be measured using special detectors.

National Road Grant Allocations 2019

Regional & Local Road Grant Allocations 2019

LIS Policy

Donation Statement

Donation Statement
Donation Statement & Declaration for Elected Members

Community Virtual Power Plant

The Community Virtual Power plant (CVPP) is an INTERREG funded European project which aims to demonstrate how community groups can establish their own community based virtual power station and in doing raise awareness of the potential of generating their own energy needs from renewable sources.

Nomination papers for local election candidates

Notice of Election - Tipperary County Council
An election of members for each of the eight (8) local electoral areas of the above-mentioned local authority is about to be held.

Win €50 credit to your eParking account

Win €50 credit to your eParking account. Tune into Tipp FM this week for your chance to win. One prize of €50 credit to be given away each day, just answer the simple question and ensure that you have downloaded the app to enter. Winners announced on Friday.

Cultural Companion

Tipperary Cultural Companions
Cultural Companions is an Age and Opportunity Initiative designed to link older people interested in arts and culture through a network so that they can attend events together as a group.
Events include Concerts, Films, Theatre, Plays, Musicals, Historical Talks and Exhibitions.

Tipperary Older Peoples Council

In June 2019 Tipperary County Council will commence the formation of the Tipperary Older Peoples Council hosting public meetings across the county. The public meetings will be held across the 5 Municipal Districts.
Roscrea has been very proactive in developing Age Friendly and we will work with the partners there in progressing Roscrea as Tipperary’s first Age Friendly Town.

Community Smoke Alarm Scheme

TIPPERARY FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE are aiming to increase the number of Smoke Alarms in homes across County Tipperary to a minimum of 2 Working Smoke Alarms in every home. We hope to do this by a combination of actions including Publicity Campaigns using Social Media, School Education Visits, School Visits to Fire Stations, Advertising in Local Media.

Carrers the Fire Service

Fire Services Activities- What do we do?

Road Fatalities Infographic

Application for Placement of a Skip

Moving out of home for the first time...check out our fire Safety Tips for Students


Road Safety-Breakdown on the road

In the event of an emergency or breakdown on the side of the road/ motorway do you know what to do???

BBQ Fire Safety

If you are planning a BBQ please remember the following BBQ Safety Tips

Speed Limits for Vehicles other than Cars

Some drivers must obey speed limits for their vehicles as well as speed limits for the roads on which they are travelling. This is outlined below:

Vehicle Speed Limit
65 kilometres an hour (65km/h) on all roads

Type of Vehicle to which it applies
A single or double deck bus designed for carrying standing passengers.

Fire Safety Week 2019 : what's happening in your area

National Fire Safety Week, 6th - 13th October 2019, is jointly run with the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service to enhance fire safety, particularly in the home. This year the main theme is

‘Safer Together’

Speed Limits on Motorways

A speed limit of 120 kilometres per hour is in place on all motorways. You should note that learner drivers, vehicles under 50 cc, bicycles, pedestrians, animals and invalid carriages are not allowed on motorways in Ireland.

Specification and Design of Heating Systems with heat pumps to be held in Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Friday, 18th October, 2019

The 1-day seminar aims to enhance the knowledge base of the engineering and architectural sector in Ireland with respect to heat pumps in homes and commercial buildings. Engineers and architects in Ireland have to change their method and type of specifications and designs for heating systems from a predominately high carbon heating systems to low carbon heating systems.

Workshop - Setting sustainability Goals for your Business - 21st October, 2019

Workshop: Setting Sustainability Goals

Tipperary Green Business Network

Venue: Thurles Chamber Enterprise Centre, LIT Campus, Thurles, 21st October, 2019.-- 9.30am - 1pm

Delivered by Shane Curran of SureLeaf, http://www.sureleaf.net


Tipperary County Council’s Environment Section worked with Clogheen and Cashel Men’s Shed in the making of window boxes, garden furniture and flower planters which will be distributed to a family project in Cashel town and to some schools in the county.

WEEE October Recycling Campaign

International E-Waste Day returns for a second year on Mon 14th October. WEEE Schemes in over 40 countries worldwide will work collectively to raise awareness about the correct disposal of electrical and electronic equipment to enable reuse and recycling.

Wildflower meadows in Tipp

Tipperary County Council’s Environments Section has played a leading role in implementing the All Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020.

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