23 Mar 2023

Spring into Storytime 2023

Enjoy the fun and excitement of reading as Cork County Council Library and Arts Service celebrates this throughout the month of April.  

23 Mar 2023

A New Lease of Life for Bantry Library

Bantry Library, a building of great architectural interest, is set to receive a grant of €259,920 from the Heritage Council for external conservation works.

20 Mar 2023

Carrigaline Municipal District and Newport News, Virginia US Sign Twinning Agreement

Carrigaline Municipal District and the City of Newport News, Virginia, US have signed a Twinning Agreement at Carrigaline Court Hotel on March 19th. The signing ceremony was attended by 12 delegates from Newport News, including Councilwoman Dr. Patricia P. Woodbury and President Frederick J. Kohlman, Jr. of Sister Cities of Newport News Inc.

Heritage and Conservation
16 Mar 2023

Cork County Council Announces Commemorations and Heritage Grant Schemes 2023

Cork County Council has announced the opening of the County Cork Commemorations Grant Scheme and the County Cork Heritage Grant Scheme for 2023. These schemes seek to recognise the heritage of the county, the numerous groups who actively engage with their local heritage, and those dedicated to commemorating the centenary of the War of Independence and Civil War.

09 Mar 2023

Cork County Council Update on Status Yellow Snow/Ice Warning

A Met Éireann Status Yellow Snow/Ice warning is in effect and valid until 12:00 tomorrow Friday 10/03/2023. Rain, sleet and snow will spread northwards across the country today accompanied by strengthening winds. Accumulations of snow are considered likely in many areas along with icy conditions.

08 Mar 2023


Cork County Council is urging motorists to take extreme care on the roads as snowfall and ice is forecasted for the county during the current cold spell. 

Roads and Transportation
08 Mar 2023

Cork County Council Welcomes New Electric Sweepers for Pedestrian and Cycle Routes

Cork County Council has taken delivery of two electric compact sweepers, marking a significant step forward in the Council's commitment to promoting and implementing sustainable practices. This is the first time any Local Authority in Ireland has taken delivery of such machines, which will be used to maintain the expanding network of pedestrian and cycle routes being constructed in the county.