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Boil Water Notices on Group Water Schemes

Please see documents below identifying Group Water Schemes with a Boil Water Notice in place as recommended by the Health Services Executive.


Posted: 02/12/2016 14:51:00

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Free Car Parking in Castlebar

There will be free Car-Parking in Castlebar from the 1st December 2016 to 24th December 2016 from 9.00 a.m. a.m. to 1.00 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Spencer Street Car Park
  • Pavillion Road Car Park
  • Castle Street Car Park
  • Market Square Car Park
  • Bridge Street Car Park

 

John Condon

Head of Castlebar Municipal District


Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws Review 2017

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Preparation for Winter Weather

Mayo County Council's advice on how to be Winter Ready: Severe Winter Weather


Westport Community Survey

Please find Details of the Westport Community Survey here:

Westport Community Survey 


EX GRATIA FUNDING FOR ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANISATIONS 2016

Applications are invited from animal welfare organisations who wish to be considered for Ex Gratia funding under the allocation for Animal Welfare within the Council for 2016.

APPLICATION FORM FOR EX GRATIA FUNDING (MS WORD FILE)

The closing date for completed application forms is 4.00 p.m.Friday 28th October, 2016.


Sightings of Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish on Mayo’s beaches and bathing waters

Mayo County Council’s Environment Section advises the public regarding sightings of Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish on Mayo’s beaches and bathing waters.

(Update 28th September 2016)

The Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish has been spotted at some beaches in Mayo and along the west coast of Ireland in recent days. The jellyfish can inflict severe stings, therefore contact should be avoided. 

Warning Notices alerting the public to avoid contact with these jellyfish have been placed at Keel and Keem Beach, in Achill and at Cross Beach in Belmullet.

There have been further reports of sightings at Dooega in Achill, Port mór, Annagh and the two connecting beaches heading round towards Carne Golf Club in Belmullet.  There is a possibility that they may present at other beaches along Mayo’s coastline. 

The public are advised that the jellyfish can be present on the shore and in the water. 

General information on jellyfish stings can be obtained at http://www.iws.ie/beach/jellyfish-safety.321.html

Cross Beach Belmullet Portuguese Man O War (PDF File)



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