Planned maintenance upgrade for website 10/12/16 10:00am

There is a planned maintenance upgrade that will affect all our  websites: These include:
Arts Services
County Council
Kildare Sports Partnership
Library
Newbridge Sports Centre
This will take place on Wed 07 December at 10am. and should be for only a short period of time.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
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Road Re-surfacing on R417 South Athy,Carlow Road.

Road re-surfacing works will commence between Ard Ri/Coneyboro and the old railway crossing South Athy on Wednesday 23rd November and continue for 3 days .Stop/Go will be in operation for the duration of works.

It is expected that the resurfacing works will be completed in three days, weather permitting.

The working hours each day will be from 08.00 (8am) to 18.00 (6pm).

Traffic management will be in operation and delays are to be expected. Local access will be facilitated.

Kildare County Council thank you in advance for your co-operation.

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Footpath works – Bridge Street, Kilcock

Kildare County Council’s contractor will commence footpath improvement works on Bridge Street in Kilcock on Monday 7th November.

These works are expected to be completed in 3 weeks.

Bridge Street will be temporarily blocked for short periods to facilitate the works.

A diversion route will be in operation for these short periods and delays are to be expected in the area.

Kildare County Council thank you in advance for your co-operation.

Maynooth Municipal District Office,

Tel: 01 6286236

Email: northernareaoffices@kildarecoco.ie

 

 

 

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Footpath Works R407 Sallins – St. Brigids Terrace

Update:

 

Kildare County Council will continue footpath works on the R407 Sallins – St. Brigids Terrace.

These works will continue until Thursday 8th of December 2016.

Traffic and pedestrian management will be in place each day during the course of the works.

Expect minor delays.

Kildare County Council thank you in advance for your co-operation.

 

 

Kildare County Council will commence footpath works on the R407 Sallins – St. Brigids Terrace.

Works will take place from Tuesday 8th November 2016 to Wednesday 23rd November inclusive.

Traffic and pedestrian management will be in place each day during the course of the works.

Expect minor delays.

Kildare County Council thank you in advance for your co-operation.

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Maynooth Municipal District – Road Works in Maynooth

Please note, commencing on Monday 19th September, for 10 to 12 weeks, contractors for Kildare County Council will be reconstructing the footpaths and cycleways along the Straffan Road, Maynooth (R406).

Area of work:  From the Maxol Garage Junction to the traffic lights at the Glen Royal Junction.

Works will commence between the entrance to the Railway Station and the Bus Pull-In and proceed back to the Maxol Garage.

This work will have a substantial impact on traffic movements and serious delays are, unfortunately, inevitable.

 

Maynooth Municipal District Office,

Tel: 01 6286236

Email: Northernareaoffice@kildarecoco.ie

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Temporary Road Closure on the Coghlanstown Road (L-6047)

FURTHER UPDATE:

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will continue to be closed for the foreseeable future.

Please follow diversions in place.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused

 

UPDATE:

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will continue to be closed.

Please follow diversions in place.

Further updates to follow.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

 

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will be temporarily closed with immediate effect.

This road will remain closed until furhter notice.

Further updates to follow.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

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