Press Releases

1 March 2021 

New rates waiver scheme for businesses hit by Level 5 restrictions

Rates payments will be deferred for the first quarter of 2021 for businesses most impacted by Level 5 restrictions introduced on 6th January 2021.

11 January 2021 

Public Consultation taking place around Passage Railway Greenway

Initial public consultation on Phase 2 of the Passage Railway Greenway Improvement Project (from Mahon towards Passage West) begins today, January 11th 2021.

16 November 2020 

Cork City Council agrees budget of €226 million for 2021

Cork City Council agreed an expenditure budget of €226 million for 2021 at the annual budget meeting this evening.

6 November 2020 

Cork City Council unveils bicycle parking map

Cork City Council today unveiled a map indicating the locations of new bicycle parking in Cork City.

4 November 2020 

"Forgotten Lord Mayor" Donal O’Callaghan’s story brought to life

A new book on the third Lord Mayor of Cork to be elected in 1920, Donal Óg O’Callaghan, is published this Wed 4 Nov on the centenary anniversary of his electio...

19 October 2020 

Update on cycle infrastructure coming on stream in next month

Up to €2 million is being invested in the city’s cycling infrastructure, with support from the National Transport Authority (NTA).

13 October 2020 

National Women's Enterprise Day 2020

Local Enterprise Office, Cork City announces ‘National Women’s Enterprise Day’ as new figures show 20,500 female entrepreneurs have taken up supports this year...

12 October 2020 

Cork City Council nominates community groups for Pride of Place awards

Cork City Council is once again delighted to link with Co-operation Ireland in nominating six communities, groups and organisations for the 2020 IPB Pride of P...

1 October 2020 

Cork and Innova Foster partners share learnings at final workshop

Cork City Council took part in the final partner workshop for Innova Foster, an EU project focused on leveraging growth opportunities for high-potential SMEs.

25 September 2020 

Cork City Council votes to increase Local Property Tax by 7.5%

Cork City Council tonight voted to increase the Local Adjustment Factor (LAF) of Local Property Tax in Cork City by 7.5%.