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Public Participation Network for Cork City


A public meeting regarding the establishment of a Cork City Public Participation Network (PPN) will take place in the Council Chamber, City Hall on Tuesday 3rd February 2015 at 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.   More.....    

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Cork Local Government Committee - Invitation for Submissions

Notice is herby given that Mr. Alan Kelly, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government has established a Committee to prepare a report under Part V of the Local Government Act, 1991 into the most appropriate arrangements for local government for the City and County of Cork.  More.....

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Cold Weather Salting Routes

Cork City Council has defined salting routes (shown below) which prioritise main traffic routes, bus routes and other areas such as those adjacent to hospitals and schools.  More.....

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Cycling Network Plan for the Cork Metropolitan area.

Cork City & Cork County Councils are preparing a Cycling Network Plan for the Cork Metropolitan Area.  More.....

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Location of Civic Offices

Cork City Council offices are located on Anglesea Street, Cork City.

Office opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Public Counters Opening Hours
Cash Desk - 9 am -4pm
Planning Public Counter - 10.00am- 4.00 pm
Traffic Public Counter - 10am to 4pm
Housing Public Counter- 10am to 4pm

Switchboard (021) 496 6222, 492 4000.  
Emergency and Night Calls (021) 496 6512.
If you know the extension you require, you may dial 492 followed by the extension number to dial direct.  Contact Numbers and Email Directory.


On street disk parking is available on Anglesea Street (1 hour zone). Parking Disks are available for purchase at City Hall. The City Hall multi-storey car park has a central location and is located on Eglinton Street, adjacent to City Hall.


The Access Officer is responsible for ensuring access to Cork City Council services for persons with a disability. The Access Officer may be contacted at contacted at 021-4924037 or  Fixed Counter Induction Loops are fitted in the public offices located on the Ground Floor of City Hall and also in the Council Chamber where council meetings are held.

An Eclipse reader is available at the Main Reception desk for persons with impaired vision.

Wheelchairs are available from the Porter's Desk for visitors who require assistance with mobility.

Cork City Council is located at  City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork, Ireland.

Cork city, situated on the banks of the river Lee, is home to 123,000 people. It is located on the South West coast of Ireland and is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. The area of the city is 3,731 hectares.

Visitors to Cork can choose from a variety of options to access the city. Cork International Airport handles flights for southwest Ireland, and is the most popular means of travel for those coming from abroad. There are domestic and international routes and the airport is situated just five miles south of the city centre.

The road, bus and rail networks are well developed, so from within Ireland these are good options.

Further information is available if you are travelling by car, by bus,  by rail, by air or by ferry >>

Discover Ireland's - Go where Ireland takes you
Join Gerry on his walking tour around Cork City (3:26 minutes).
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The English Market (3:18 minutes)

Cork City Council's Tourism, Events, Arts and Marketing Group - T.E.A.M. (3:16 minutes)