Statement from Council on recent tree felling/pruning

Statement from Council on recent tree felling/pruning Posted on March 7, 2019 by waterfordcouncilnews We have received numerous calls from Councillors and the general public recently regarding the removal of trees adjacent to Devonshire Bridge, Dungarvan. Waterford Council sees trees as an integral part of the landscape and the planting of any  tree ultimately adds […]

Supporting Waterford Communities Fund 2019

Supporting Waterford Communities Fund 2019 Waterford City & County Council is committed to encouraging communities and empowering residents to make a difference to their areas. To support this, the Council is inviting applications to its Supporting Communities Fund 2019. Closing date for applications is Thursday 28th February 2019 and strictly no applications will be accepted […]

Colour, Culture and Community for St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Colour, Culture and Community for St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Waterford’s 2019 St. Patrick’s Day festivities will take place on Sunday March 17th and the headlining parade will celebrate Colour, Culture, and Community. The Mayor of City and County of Waterford, Councillor Declan Doocey, is leading planning for the event. “Waterford has a rich tapestry of […]

Changing Waterford 2009 to 2019

Changing Waterford 20o9 to 1019 You may have noticed the amount of photos on social media latley with people comparing themselves today and 10 years ago.  Change is inevitable and it comes to us all.  So we thought that we’d have a look around Waterford city using google maps to see the difference 10 years […]

Waterford’s Viking Triangle

Waterford’s Viking Triangle – It’s a Great Place to visit   Waterford’s Viking Triangle enjoyed fantastic success winning The Great Place category at the Urbanism Awards 2017 held in London earlier this week. Waterford won against formidable contenders; Greenwich Market, London and Leicester Market, Leicester. The Viking Triangle is one of the oldest and most […]

GROW HQ Now Open

GIY National Food Education Centre officially opens The doors have officially opened to the public at the €1.45million GROW HQ building, GIY’s National Food Education Centre in Waterford City. The centre is the new home of the GIY movement, which was started in Waterford in 2008 by Michael Kelly. The centre will serve as an […]