Changes to Local Authority Services 1st December 2020 – Tipperary County Council

by admin on 02/12/2020

Arising from the government’s decision to implement level 3 restrictions (with some variations)

Access will now be made available to:-
• Motor Tax offices,
• Public Libraries,
• Public Conveniences,
• Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres (for individual training only)

Access to all Council offices
Direct access to the Council’s Civic Offices in Clonmel and Nenagh and Municipal District Offices in Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary and Thurles will be available via the customer service desks and receipts offices only. Motor tax offices in Clonmel and Nenagh will also be open.
While revised customer service arrangements will be in place in each building, customers may experience some delays owing to physical distancing restrictions in place and we would encourage customers to make an appointment with the appropriate section in advance if possible. All members of the public are advised to wear face coverings when entering the council buildings.
Information on all Council services can still be accessed on line at www.tipperarycoco.ie and every effort should be made in the first instance to contact the Council by telephone – 0761 06 5000, post or email to customerservices@tipperarycoco.ie and restrict face to face meetings if at all possible.

In order to keep people safe, please reduce the number of people you meet to a minimum and stay in your own county.

What services will not be available?
Indoor cultural venues closed
 For example, Arts events (indoors)
 Arts events (outdoor) – can continue subject to a limit of 15 attendees
 All Libraries will be available for browsing, e-services and call & Collect – no seating or events are permitted

Safe Christmas checklist
Celebrate safely this festive season – stay safe and protect each other:
• Minimise in person contacts
• Wear a face covering and wash hands regularly
• Shop safely, avoid crowds indoors and outside
• If you feel unwell, don’t risk it – stay home and contact your GP
• Keep fresh air circulating in your home

 

 

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