Press Releases

31 May 2020

Sports Capital Grants scheme put to good use by ‘The Barrs’

The Lord Mayor met officials and players at St. Finbarr's GAA last week to view 2 new dugouts funded through Cork City Council's Sports Capital Grant Scheme.

29 May 2020

Cork City Marathon virtual race series launched as 2020 race cancelled

Cork City Marathon 2020 goes online as September 6th event cancelled due to COVID-19.

29 May 2020

Public Consultation:French Church St, Carey's Ln, Cook St, Marlboro St

Cork City Council has launched an online public consultation survey on the proposed implementation of one-way pedestrian movement on 4 city streets.

29 May 2020

Community Spirit is thriving in Farranree and Fairhill

Farranree and Fairhill local community and voluntary groups are hard at work for their community alongside the Cork City Community Response Forum.

22 May 2020

Public consultation on temporary pedestrianisation of 3 city streets

Cork City Council has launched an online public consultation inviting the public to have their say on the temporary closures of three city centre streets.

19 May 2020

Music Generation's Call for 'Lockdown Soundz' in Cork City"

Music Generation Cork City has launched a new project to bring young and old together to sing.

18 May 2020

Increased pedestrianisation and new cycling facilities proposed

Further pedestrianisation of city centre streets & additional cycling facilities are among proposals to facilitate the reopening of Cork City.

15 May 2020

Cork City LGBTI+ Awareness Week with a difference kicks off on Sunday

This Sunday, May 17,  Cork City will mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biophobia and Transphobia  ( IDAHOBIT Day) by organising LGBTI+ Awareness Week.

15 May 2020

Popular riverside amenity The Marina pedestrianised from today

As part of plans to deal with COVID-19 conditions, Cork City Council will pedestrianise one of the City’s most popular amenities, the Marina, from Fri May 15.

6 May 2020

Mayfield’s Community Response Forum making a difference for locals

Community spirit on Cork’s Northside is alive and well as Mayfield’s community groups pull together under the CRF to help vulnerable locals.