Water Outage – Kerdiffstown, Sallins Wednesday 19th February 8am until 5pm

Due to essential maintenance water supply from Kerdiffstown House to to the Railway Bridge,Sallins L2005 will be disrupted from 8am until 5pm Wednesday 19th February 2020

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Clane / Maynooth Municipal District – Road Resurfacing Works – Molly Ware Street / Courtown Road, Kilcock

Please note that road resurfacing works are being carried out at Molly Ware Street / Courtown Road, Kilcock from Monday 17th to Friday 21st of February 2020.

Traffic Management will be in place for the duration of the works.

Delays are to be expected, your co-operation is appreciated and any inconvenience caused is regretted.

Clane / Maynooth Municpal District Office

Tel: 016286236

Email: northernareaoffice@kildarecoco.ie

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Footpath works Kilcullen road Naas

Location:  R448 Kilcullen Road, Naas. (Between Pipers Hill Montessori School and Killashee Multi Denominational National School).  

Time Frame of works: Wednesday 12th February–Friday 28th February 2020 (Subject to Weather conditions)

Working hours: each day: 08:00 – 18:00hrs

Traffic Management: Priority (Give and take)

Kildare County Council wish apologise for any inconvenience caused during this period.

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Athy Distributor Road

Kildare County Council are currently progressing an Advanced Works Contract for the Athy Distibutor Road Project.

It will be necessary for public safety for Kildare County Council to fence off the construction site and thus the access from the Dun Brinn area along the old railway bridge to the Carlow Road (R417) will be fenced off and no access will be allowed.

This is a necessary measure to prevent unauthorised access and to ensure public safety.

The existing access to the Canal Walk alongside Tegral will be maintained in the short term. Kildare County Council will give prior notice when it is necessary to restrict access along this route.

Any inconvenience caused is regretted.

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Maynooth North South Corridor Phase 6 Surfacing Works

Road Surfacing Works for the Maynooth North South Corridor Phase 6 Project will commence on Monday 27th January 2020 for a period of 3 weeks. 

The surfacing works will commence at St Mary’s Boys National School and finish at the entrance to Moyglare Hall.   


The surfacing works are to be completed during normal working hours and a temporary traffic management system will be in operation.

(Please note that the proposed surfacing work is weather dependent)

Kildare County Council wish to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused while this work is being carried out and we thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

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Advance Notice of works in Athy

ESB contractors will be carrying out works in Athy on Sunday 26th January 2020.

Works will be on the N78 from Woodstock Street to Bennets Bridge on the Kilkenny Road. All works should be complete by 17:00.

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Cycle Path & Footpath Installation Location: Blessington Road, (front of oak glade estate)Craddockstown, Naas.

Time Frame of works: Monday 13th January – Friday 17th April 2020 Working hours: each day: 09:00 – 17:00hrs Traffic Management: Road Narrows

Kildare County Council Apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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Roadworks – L2005 at Kerdiffstown Landfill

Please be advised that road realignment works will recommence on the L2005 Local Road at Kerdiffstown Landfill on the 6th January 2020. Works began on November 28th 2019 and the construction period is expected to be 26 weeks.
Traffic management in the form of traffic lights will be in place for the works.

Kildare County Council wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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