Offaly County Council wishes to advise that the following Public Offices will re- open public counters on Thursday 5th August 2021 from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm Monday to Friday:

Áras an Chontae, Charleville Road, Tullamore

Tullamore Tullamore Municipal District Offices

The Public Offices listed below will open as follows:

** Edenderry Municipal District Offices (Tuesday-Thursday each week from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm only)

** Birr Municipal District Offices (Tuesday-Thursday each week from 9.30 am to 1pm only)

At Áras an Chontae, Tullamore, counter services for Planning, Roads, the Local Enterprise Office, Community & Culture, Corporate Services, Water Services and Environment will be available by APPOINTMENT MADE IN ADVANCE only.

Where possible the public should continue to access our services by phone, email, online or by appointment. Please read for latest information and measures in place.

Press Release Meeting with Minister Eamon Ryan, 11th September, 2020

 A delegation from Offaly County Council met with the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, Eamon Ryan, T.D., this morning, remotely.  The delegation comprised Cllr. John Carroll, Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Eamon Dooley, Leas-Cathaoirleach, and Anna Marie Delaney, Chief Executive, Offaly County Council.  Minister of State, Pippa Hackett and officials from the Minister’s Department also joined the meeting.

The Council had requested the meeting to discuss job losses in both Bord na Mona and ESB as a result of decarbonisation, and, specifically, its impact across County Offaly and the need to support impacted communities.

Chief Executive Anna Marie Delaney, updated the Minister on actions being taken at local authority and regional level, in collaboration with agencies, communities and private sector to ensure supports are directed to those communities most impacted. 

The Minister listened attentively to the issues and concerns expressed and engaged in discussing the issues and actions outlined by the Council.  He referred to the Just Transition process, the Climate Action Plan and the Programme for Government in his dialogue. 

Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Carroll said, “The meeting was a very productive one, which allowed the Council to brief the Minister on a range of issues facing the county.  It was also an opportunity for us to brief him on the initiatives being undertaken by Offaly County Council on remote working facilities, broadband provision and the retrofit programme.  We also highlighted the role of tourism in the county and the development of greenways, in which the Minister was very interested”