Updates on Monaghan County Council Services re COVID-19 Coronavirus

Updates on Monaghan County Council Services re COVID-19 Coronavirus

Further to the national response to COVID-19, Monaghan County Council wish to advise that all Public Libraries, the County Museum and the Market House, Monaghan are closed to members of the public until 5th June  2020 or until we are notified otherwise by central Government

In addition all public playgrounds are to close with immediate effect.

 

Press Release: 29th March 2020: Monaghan County Council Update Regarding Service Provision

Following the statement by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar on Friday 27th March, announcing the new enhanced measures to tackle COVID 19, Monaghan County Council’s Management Team have reviewed the implications of the new measures on the delivery of Monaghan County Council’s essential services and operations.

 

All of Monaghan County Council’s offices are closed to the public until 5th June  2020 or until we are notified otherwise by central Government

 

Monaghan County Council will continue to deliver the critical essential services, if you need to avail of these services please email info@monaghancoco.ie or eolas@monaghancoco.ie or by contacting us by phone at the following numbers.

 

Housing Emergency Repairs047 30515Environment042 9661240
Housing047 30502Roads047 30597
Planning047 30532Local Enterprise Office047 71818
Finance047 30589Human Resources047 30586
Monaghan MD047 73777Motor Tax047 81175
Ballybay Clones MD047 51018Carrickmacross Castleblayney MD042 9661236

The response to this situation from our community and voluntary sector has been overwhelming and Monaghan County Council would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support in these challenging times.

 

For accurate and up-to-date information on coronavirus, please consult the Health Service Executive’s website at https://www.hse.ie/coronavirus

 

               

 

 

Contact by:

Phone on: 1800 804 158

Email: covidsupport@monaghancoco.ie

Text: Text HELP Followed by your name to 50555

and if possible please have your Eircode to hand.

Helpline is open from 8am to 8pm

 

Covid-19 Community Response – In This Together

COVID-19 support package for Community and Voluntary Organisations, Charities and Social Enterprises

Government Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business

Community call Helpline

Covid 19 – Building Control Measures

Planning Service – Notice of Revised Arrangements and FAQs re Covid 19

FREE parking in Monaghan Town

NFGWS advice to group water schemes in light of the continuing spread of COVID-19 coronavirus

Water Conservation Covid 19

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Housing

Local Authority Home Loan Mortgage Payment Break

Monaghan County Museum wants to collect your experiences and stories about the Covid 19 Pandemic

Roads Notice: Avoid all non-essential travel due to COVID-19 measures

Further statement from Minister Ross in relation to the Vehicle Testing, Driver Licensing, and Related Services

Motor Tax Update from Department of Transport

Rates:

Monaghan County Council wishes to advise Ratepayers that if they have had to temporarily close or significantly curtail operations during the COVID-19 response period they should contact their local Revenue Collector immediately in relation to any rates payments falling due in the period to end June. Monaghan County Council is committed to working with local businesses and the Revenue Collectors are available to discuss any concerns that businesses have in relation to rates. Contact details for the Council’s Revenue Collectors are as follows.

 

NamePhone NumberMobile NumberEmail address
Eilish Clarke047 73728eclarke@monaghancoco.ie
Eamon Duffy047 73739087 1837079eduffy@monaghancoco.ie
Stephen McGeough047 73735087 7176318smcgeough@monaghancoco.ie
Philomena Carroll047 73782087 7988180pcarroll@monaghancoco.ie

 

Time spent outdoors is good for our health and wellbeing, but social responsibility is essential for ALL our health.  When outdoors avoid close contact with others, distance yourself at least 2 metres from others, keep groups small, don’t arrange to meet with other groups and avoid areas that appear busy.

 

Time spent outdoors is good for our health and wellbeing, but social responsibility is essential for ALL our health.  When outdoors avoid close contact with others, distance yourself at least 2 metres from others, keep groups small, don’t arrange to meet with other groups and avoid areas that appear busy.

    info@monaghancoco.ie