Severe Weather Assessment – Monday 11 December 2017

Kildare County Council update at  12 noon on Monday 11 December 2017

Roads will continue to be salted overnight as required and as per the salting routes published on our website –  Click here for Road Salting Routes

Motorists are urged to continue to exercise caution on all roads when driving.

The council request the public to check on vulnerable neighbours to ensure their safety.

Further updates will be published on our website, Facebook and Twitter. http://kildare.ie/CountyCouncil/EmergencyNewsandInformation/

Kildare County Council Contact information

  • During office hours  –  045 980200
  • Out of hours  – 1890 500 333
  • Homeless out of hours – 1800 804 307
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Traffic Restrictions – Rathangan, Wednesday 6th December 2017

A contractor on behalf of Irish Water will be replacing 2.5 kms of watermain from Thomastown Cross on the R401 towards Rathangan.
The work will last for the next 2/3 weeks, the works are due to commence today. Traffic restrictions will be in place for the duration of the works.  The contractors have dropped leaflets to the residents on the road.
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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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