An ambitious county of thriving communities with limitless opportunities.
Planning and Development
Cork County Council's Planning Department is responsible for the orderly and sustainable development of the County.
The Housing Directorate aims to facilitate the provision of suitable, quality and cost-effective accommodation and housing support.
Cork County Library’s service is delivered through a network of 25 branches and 4 mobile libraries, located across the county.
Motor Tax in Ireland is a charge imposed by the Irish Government on motor vehicles. Some vehicles are exempt but all must display a current tax disc if used in a public place. You can pay your motor tax through your local Motor Taxation Office.
Roads and Transport
Cork County Council’s Roads Directorate is responsible for the maintenance of the largest road network (12,200 km) of any local authority in the country.
The Arts Office, as part of the County Library Service, it is responsible for the provision of the Arts throughout County Cork.
Heritage and Conservation
Heritage belongs to everyone and is a part of our lives everyday, even if we don’t know it!
The Environment Department monitors, analyses and reports on the quality of air, water and waste water in County Cork, in accordance with EU and national legislation.
The Municipal Districts are responsible for overseeing a large number of important, citizen-focused services.
Cork County Council is playing a pivotal role in the economic and community development of your county, and will be even more proactive in promoting the well-being and quality of life of our citizens and communities into the future.
Fire & Building Control
Cork County Council provides a fire and rescue service from 20 fire stations, which are located throughout the county.