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

Tourism Strategy for County Tipperary

Tipperary County Museum presents ‘Road to the Rising’

In response to the 100th Anniversary Commemorations of the 1916 Rising, Tipperary County Museum has created an interactive exhibition which outlines important dates in Irish history leading up to the Easter Rising. A timeline of events and stories will assist our visitors to identify and relate with the men of Tipperary and Ireland, who trained and were prepared to fight for Ireland’s freedom.

MacCarthy Cup at the County Museum-5th Nov

‘The MacCarthy Cup is visiting Tipperary County Museum, Clonmel on Saturday 5th Nov at 2pm – 4.30pm with special guests and workshops, until Fri 11th November (Closed Sunday 6th November). Get your picture taken with the Liam MacCarthy Cup ... 2016 a year never to forget.
Also visit our 1916 ‘Road to the Rising’ and ‘The History of the Hurling Ball, exhibitions.

Tipperary Playground Policy 2017

Tipperary County Council recognises the importance of children as citizens of the county with the right to participate in the civic life of County Tipperary. Central to the rights of children, is the right to play in appropriate and safe surroundings.

Call for Proposals 2017 to Approved Housing Bodies- Capital Assistance Scheme

The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government has announced the availability of funding under the Capital Assistance Scheme “Call for Proposals 2017”.

This funding is available for the delivery, through either the construction or acquisition of housing accommodation to cater for priority groups under the Capital Assistance Scheme (CAS) including:

The Maintenance of Hedges

During Winter storms, a large number of trees and branches fall on public roads. Owners and occupiers of land adjoining roads are requested to inspect trees and hedges on their property and ensure that they do not pose a danger to road users.

Be Winter-Ready

Advice is being made available from a number of sources including Government Departments, An Garda Síochána, the Health Service Executive, Local Authorities and the transport providers through a dedicated website, www.winterready.ie.

Register your vote

Check the Draft Register of Electors by 25 November 2018

Design and Best Practice Guidelines for Cluster Housing Schemes in Rural Villages

Tipperary County Council recognises that many people wish to live in rural areas in our County, and also that in order to thrive, our local villages need people to live in them. For that reason, the County Council has developed best practice guidelines to promote and facilitate the development of cluster housing schemes to meet the needs of rural people.

Carrick on Suir Municipal District newly refurbished offices

The newly refurbished offices of Carrick on Suir Municipal District will be officially opened on the 28 February 2019 by Councillor Mattie Ryan Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council and Councillor Louise McLoughlin Carrick on Suir Municipal District Cathaoirleach

Do you own a Vacant House

If you own a vacant house which has been vacant for 12 months or more then Tipperary County Council would like to hear from you.
A number of schemes are currently in place which will assist in the revitalisation and reoccupation of vacant residential properties.
Repair and Leasing Scheme

Electoral Area Details, Notice of Poll and Candidates

A poll for the election of members for the eight (8) Local Electoral Areas of Tipperary will be taken on Friday 24th May 2019 between the hours of 7am and 10pm. The following are particulars of candidates, whose names will appear on the ballot papers for each Local Electoral Area.

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.

Fire Safety Week

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

' A Working Smoke Alarm Saves Lives'

Storm Lorenzo - Yellow Wind and Rain Weather Alert - Press Release

Wednesday 2nd October 2019 at 5.30pm

Fire and Emergency Services - Your Council

Here when you need us, and when you don't. Fire and Emergency services are just one of hundreds of services #YourCouncil provides for you. Learn more about your council by clicking on the services tab on the website

Keeping things clean and tidy

Keeping things clean and tidy. #YourCouncil looks after street cleaning and litter management in the county. If you know of any litter or pollution incidents, report them to us and we then investigate and fine those responsible.

Promoting sport and fitness

#YourCouncil is involved in promoting sport and fitness and as part of that we run sports and leisure facilities that you and your family can make use of? We run swimming pool facilities in Clonmel, Nenagh and Tipperary Town, also check in with Tipperary Sport Partnership on their facebook and twitter page @TipperarySports for other activities being organised around the County

Keeping our County green and clean

#YourCouncil works with communities to keep our county green and clean. Tipperary County Council allocate grants to Tidy Town Committees annually, for further details please log on to the website www.tipperarycoco.ie/grants

Someone has to do it - #YourCouncil

Keeping the roads open for business - someone has to do it

Election Posters Roads Protocol

For the upcoming General Election on 8th February 2020, Tipperary County Council wishes to advise that there is a protocol in place with respect to placement of posters along roads and streets in County Tipperary.

Draw your own Fire Escape Plan


Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service Twitter Page are asking children to draw their own Fire Escape Plan to be in with a chance to win a football sized chocolate egg…yummy!

Simply follow the below instructions take a pic of your child’s entry with their age and post on twitter tagging @TipperaryFire

Tipperary County Development Plan 2022- 2028

A new Tipperary County Development Plan 2022 – 2028 for the entire county of Tipperary was made on the 11th July 2022 by the Elected Members of Tipperary County Council and became effective on the 22nd August 2022.

Salting Routes- Winter Maintenance 2020-2021

The winter maintenance period lasts from mid October to the end of April each year. Tipperary County Council is constantly striving to improve its winter maintenance service; however, neither the local authority nor Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) (formerly the NRA) has a statutory obligation to pre-salt roads.

Keep Well Mind Your Mood

Tipperary County Council supported by Healthy Ireland and POBAL through the #Keepwell campaign bring you a brief series of talks by Psychotherapist Stella O'Malley about Minding your mood.

Scéim Teanga Gaeilge - Irish Language Scheme

Lainseáil Scéim na Gaeilge do Chomhairle Contae Thiobraid Árann

WEEE Ireland Follow Your Lead Challenge

This October Families in Tipperary are being challenged to find and recycle five end-of-life electrical items in a bid to improve our recycling performance, after consumption soared in the last year.

Breathe The Difference

It’s the season to light fires.

Weee Ireland -Dream Of Change

Fewer End-of-Life Electrical Gifts and Toys Being Recycled Now More Than Ever

Choice Based Lettings- Sign up here

A New Approach to Social Housing Allocations Putting CHOICE at the Heart of the Scheme

Ukrainian Support Information

This is a page dedicated to outlining and providing information to various supports for Ukrainians in Tipperary.
As we get more relevant, useful information we will continue to update this page.

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2022 Early Payment Scheme for Commercial Rates

Are you a ratepayer with an annual rates bill of up to €12,000 for 2022.

To avail of the Early Payment Reduction of 5%, subject to a maximum of €500

• Pay your rates in full, (less the reduction under the Waiver Scheme*) by 31st July 2022.
• If paying by Direct Debit your rates must be paid in full by the 30th September 2022.

Residential Zoned Land Tax- RZLT

A ‘draft map’, prepared under Section 653C of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997, has been published by Tipperary County Council, and comprises maps for 20 urban settlements in the County.

Total Area of land in scope:
Residential = 1957.52 Hectares
Town Centre = 50.86 Hectares

Local Area Plans Consultation

Local Area Plans Consultation – Clonmel, Nenagh, Thurles, Roscrea

Tipperary County Council is preparing new Local Area Plans (LAPs) for the towns of Clonmel, Nenagh, Thurles and Roscrea. These LAPs which will set out the land use strategy and investment objectives for the town to ensure a good quality of life for its community, support employment and homes, and do so sustainably and successfully.

Each Local Area Plan has three stages:


New 2022 Guide from the EPA to assist by way of providing information for enviro-friendly arrangements for garages/vehicle repair services/authorised treatment facilities and tyre operators.

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