To facilitate the needs of customers and comply with public health guidance, Kildare County Council, is reopening its offices to the public on June 29th, and has introduced a new appointments system for a wide range of services.
While the Council provided services online, by phone, email and post throughout the pandemic, public health measures have required that our offices remain closed to the public since March 27th.
Now, as we move through re-opening phases under the Government recovery plan for Covid-19, it is essential that public health is supported through managed customer access at our offices.
We encourage our customers to go online to use our services but if customers need to attend our offices, please note access will be by appointment only at all Council offices.
Therefore, to avoid disappointment, customers are urged to make an appointment.
Customers can access appointments for a wide range of services as follows:
Phone 045 980 200
Motor Tax - appointments may be made online or at 045 980 591
Housing Services - appointments are available by phone only at 045 980 200.
Libraries are also accessible by appointment only online or by contacting your local library directly: http://www.kildare.ie/library/Library/
If you need to contact us, please avail of one of the following communication channels:
Protection from coronavirus – It’s in our hands #ItsInOurHands #Covid19.