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Turning on of Christmas Lights

Mayor of Galway City, Cllr. Donal Lyons, will switch on the Christmas lights in Shop Street at 5:15pm, Friday November 21st.

New Traffic Signals at Headford Road, Terryland.

Following recent roadworks at the Headford Road, Terryland, a new traffic signal controlled junction will become operational on Thursday 13th November. This new junction will provide a controlled right turn from the Headford Road into the Terryland Retail Park / Dunnes Stores.

Galway City Council would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused during the construction of this junction and thank the people of Galway for their continued support and understanding.

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Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 13 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) that Galway City Council, being the Planning Authority for the City proposes to make a variation of the Galway City Development Plan 2011 - 2017 in...
400 business professionals from all over Ireland are set to steal a page from the modern dating handbook by engaging in the business equivalent of 'speed dating' in Galway this week.
The Annual Budget for Galway City Council for the financial year ending 31 st December 2015 was adopted at the Annual Budget Meeting on Monday 10th November 2014.
Galway picked a number of the top prizes in the in the IPB Co-operation Ireland Pride of Place Awards announced last night (Saturday 15 November) in Treacy’s West County Hotel, Ennis, Co Clare.
Pre-register on www.bikeshare.ie to avail of 50% discount 11 th November 2014 – The National Transport Authority...



Registration is now open for MeetWest 2014, the largest business networking event in the West of Ireland this year, with 300 businesses expected to attend.

The Commission fr Energy Regulation (CER), together with various industry stakeholders, are organising a Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week from the 22nd to 28th September. The purpose of the week is to promote the dangers associated with Carbon...

IPB Pride of Place is an all-island competition that ackowledges the work that communities are doing all over the island of Ireland. The competition focus is about people coming together to shape, change and improve daily lives in their communities.

A campaign to encourage responsible dog ownership has been launched by Galway City Council. 'Take the Lead' calls on dog owners across the city to be more responsible, and considerate towards others, when it comes to dog fouling.

Along with iconic buildings around the globe, Galway City is getting in on the act of 'greening' iconic buildings around the city for the St Patrick's Weekend.


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