Contae Chorcaí

A bridge leading to an large stone entrance

Contae Chorcaí

Tabhair Cuairt, Cónaigh, Oibrigh, agus Infheistigh.

Nuacht

Tourism
10 Aug 2022

Island Sky Cruise Ship Calls in to Kinsale

A Celtic Cross of Journeys and Meetings made locally by Kinsale company, Wild Goose, was presented to the Captain of Noble Caledonia’s, Island Sky, to welcome them on their inaugural call to Kinsale.

Heritage and Conservation
02 Aug 2022

Diaries Of Michael Collins Go On Public Display In Clonakilty Marking The Centenary Of His Death

The Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Danny Collins is welcoming the return of the diaries of Michael Collins back to his hometown of Clonakilty, Co. Cork.  To mark the centenary of the death of Michael Collins, the diaries, which cover the critical time period of 1918 to 1922, will go on public display, for the very first time, at the Michael Collins House Museum, Clonakilty.

Fógra Poiblí

Council, Governance and Administration
10 Aug 2022

Notice of Consideration of Setting a Local Adjustment Factor

The Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), makes specific provision that elected members of a local authority may pass a formal resolution to vary the basic rate of the Local Property Tax for their administrative area by a percentage known as the local adjustment factor.

Imeachtaí

Resident
12 Aug 2022

IRONMAN

The IRONMAN Group in association with Cork County Council are bringing IRONMAN Ireland and IRONMAN 70.3 IRELAND to Youghal and surrounding areas of East Cork on the 12th, 13th and 14th August 2022.

Resident
11 Sep 2022

"Together at the Castle" Free Mental Health and Wellbeing Event

Cork Kerry Community Healthcare has partnered with Mallow Chamber of Commerce, Cork County Council, See Change and Shine to present ‘Together at the Castle’, a Mental Health and Wellbeing event for the local North Cork community, on Sunday 11th September between 1pm – 5pm at Mallow Castle.

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Visitor

Ar Cuairt

Is é Corcaigh, atá lonnaithe in Iardheisceart na hÉireann idir Oirthear Ársa na hÉireann agus Slí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin, an contae is mó in Éirinn. Deirtear faoi Chorcaigh, ag a bhfuil os cionn 1,000km de chósta agus an dara cuan nádúrtha is mó ar domhan, gurb é 'Tearmann Mara na Éireann', é. Tá go leor nithe mealltacha ann a bhfuil cáil idirnáisiúnta orthu agus a tharraingíonn cuairteoirí, mar shampla Droichead Coise Chairn Uí Néid, Inis Píc, Eispéireas Jameson, Páirc Dhúlra Fhóite, Caisleán cáiliúil An Bhlarna, Cúirt agus Páirc Dhúin ar Aill, gan ach cúpla ceann acu a lua. Tá 8 n-oileán in Iarthar Chorcaí, tá cónaí ar 7 gcinn acu agus a chultúr agus a stair uathúil féin ag gach uile cheann acu.

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Resident

Cónaigh, Oibrigh

Cuireann Comhairle Contae Chorcaí raon leathan de sheirbhísí éagsúla ar fáil do thart ar 332,255 saoránach. Tá roinnt seirbhísí fógartha go maith, mar shampla: Tithíocht, Bóithre, Pleanáil agus Comhshaol, ach tá raon de sheirbhísí ardchaighdeáin eile a chuirimid ar fáil dár bpobail, mar Leabharlanna, an tSeirbhís Dóiteáin, Maoiniú Pobail, LEADER, agus na hEalaíona agus an Oidhreacht.

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Business

Infheistigh

Is é ról an Údaráis Áitiúil ná Contae Chorcaí a chur chun cinn mar shuíomh mealltach do ghnólachtaí chun lonnú, fás agus forbairt ann, do dhaoine chun infheistiú ann, agus d'fhostóirí agus d'fhostaithe chun oibre agus cónaí ann. Oibríonn Comhairle Contae Chorcaí chun tacú le gnólachtaí agus cruthú fostaíochta, i gcomhar le gníomhaireachtaí tacaíochta fiontair, fiontraithe, grúpaí pobail, agus páirtithe leasmhara eile.

Mayoral Chains, Council Chamber and a Gavel in a Collage
Council

Do Chomhairle Contae

Tá róil agus freagrachtaí Chomhairle Contae Chorcaí leathnaithe le blianta beaga anuas, agus cé go soláthraímid fós seirbhísí traidisiúnta mar Bóithre, Pleanáil agus Tithíocht, táimid ag tacú freisin le colúin lárnacha na sochaí nua-aimseartha, mar Forbairt Pobail, Tacaíocht Ghnó agus Turasóireacht.