SUPPORT Galway Tidy Towns


Galway County Council supports Tidy Town committees taking part in the National Tidy Towns Annual Competition. The competition rewards local communities who have improved their environmental surroundings and local amenities.

 

Support Galway Tidy Towns. Pictured at launch of business flowerbox  campaign are Niall mc Nelis chairperson Galway city tidy towns, Gary Monroe Galway West End , Cormac Mc Guckian chairperson  GCBA, Caroline Mc Neill Civic Trust and Latin quarter, Maeve Joyce Galway Chamber of Commerce, Paul Grealish Kings Head and the Latin Quarter, Fiona Coen Galway City Council environment dept.  Businesses are being asked to enter the Tidy Towns Garden Competition for window boxes and also to support the purchse of planter boxes in the city centre. Photo by Darius Ivan
Support Galway Tidy Towns.
Pictured at launch of business flowerbox  campaign are Niall mc Nelis chairperson Galway city tidy towns, Gary Monroe Galway West End , Cormac Mc Guckian chairperson  GCBA, Caroline Mc Neill Civic Trust and Latin quarter, Maeve Joyce Galway Chamber of Commerce, Paul Grealish Kings Head and the Latin Quarter, Fiona Coen Galway City Council environment dept.  Businesses are being asked to enter the Tidy Towns Garden Competition for window boxes and also to support the purchse of planter boxes in the city centre. Photo by Darius Ivan

Galway County Council provides the following supports for Tidy Towns:

Advise on:

  • Applying for the National Tidy Towns Scheme and Departmental Guidelines
  • Developing Tidy Towns Plans and Applications
  • Initial technical advice on environmental issues, litter management, bio-diversity, heritage, architectural conservation, community planning and local infrastructure.

Financial Support and Advice:

  • Funding through out Community Support Schemes – Amenity Grants, Arts Grants, Heritage Grants subject to resources being available and application being successful
  • Referral Service to other funding streams for example Local Development Companies (LEADER Programme), the Heritage Council, National Tree Council and so on

Please download our Tidy Towns Flyer below for more information and advice‌

Contact Details

Breda Mulrennan
Community, Enterprise and Economic Development Unit
Galway County Council,
Prospect Hill, Galway.
Tel: 091 509571
Email: bmulrennan@galwaycoco.ie

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