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Monaghan County Council

23
February
2017

Notice of Intention to Close the N2 CBY By Pass

Notice of Intention to Close the N2 CBY By Pass

Temporary Closing of Roads

Monaghan County Council gives notice of its Intention to close the following road in
County Monaghan:
N2 Castleblayney Bypass– from the townland of Tullybuck (Clontibret) to the townland of Tullyvin (N2/N53 Roundabout) 

Date:                                    Wednesday 8th March 2017

Times:                                 9.00 am – 5.00 pm                                           

To Facilitate:                      Essential Maintenance Works

Diversion Routes          
Main Diversion via old N2 Clontibret to Castleblayney & Vice Versa. Other 

Localised diversions will be in place for the duration of the closure. 

Every effort will be made to minimise delay.

Any interested person may lodge an objection to the closing of the above-mentioned road with the A/Head of Roads, Monaghan County Council, MTEK II Building, Knockaconny, Monaghan not later than Tuesday 28th February, 2017. Any objections must be clearly marked on envelope “Objection To Road Closure”. 
This notice complies with the Roads Act 1993 (Section 75)


John McKernan
A/Head of Roads
Operational Control
23rd February 2017

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

23
February
2017

Emergency Road Closure - Carrickmacross Area

Emergency Road Closure - Carrickmacross Area

Temporary Closing of Roads - Emergency Closure

Monaghan County Council wish to notify the public that the following roads in County Monaghan will be closed from Monday 27th February 2017 from 8 am until Friday 10th March 2017 to 6pm to facilitate Emergency Road Repairs. 

Roads Affected: - 

  • The Road Abutting Mannan Castle Golf Club in the Townland of Donaghmoyne
  • LP-4911-0 in the Townland of Drumerlough Beg, Magheracloone

Road works will be signposted in order to direct the Traffic. (Local Access and Emergency Vehicles will be catered for at all times). 

If you have any queries concerning this Road works please contact The Municipal District of Carrickmacross-Castleblayney, Civic Offices, Riverside Road, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan at (042) 9661618 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


John McKernan
A/Head of Roads 
Operational Control
23rd February 2017

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

23
February
2017

Notice of Intention to Close Roads Monaghan Town

Notice of Intention to Close Roads Monaghan Town

Temporary Closing of Roads 

In order to facilitate the St. Patricks Day Parade, Monaghan County Council in the Municipal District of Monaghan hereby gives notice of its intention to close the following roads:

Roads Closed
R867 – Church Square, Monaghan – from Rossmore Monument to Church Square
LS5515 – Lower Mill Street

From 12.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. on Friday 17th March, 2017

Alternative Routes
Diversions from Emyvale to Ballybay, Clones, Cootehill will be via the N2 bypass to the Dublin Road and R937 Macartan Road

Local access to the town centre and the Courthouse car park will be via Dublin Street, Macartan Road and Castle Road.

A map showing the areas affected is available for inspection at the Monaghan Municipal District Office, The Glen, Monaghan.

Any interested person may lodge an objection to the proposed closure in writing to the A/Head of Roads & Transportation, Monaghan Co. Council, MTEK II Building, Knockaconny, Monaghan not later than Tuesday 28th February 2017. Objections must be clearly marked on envelope “Objection to Road Closure”.

This Notice complies with the Roads Act 1993 (section 75)

If you have any queries concerning the proposed road closure, please contact The Monaghan Municipal District Co-ordinator, The Glen, Monaghan. Tel. No. 047 73777.

John McKernan
A/Head of Roads
Operational Control
23rd February, 2017

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

22
February
2017

Weather Advisory issued for Monaghan

Weather Advisory issued for Monaghan

The following Weather Advisory has been issued by Met Eireann at 21:00 hours Wednesday, 22-Feb-2017 Update on Advisory A deepening Atlantic depression (Storm Doris ) is forecast to track across the north of Ireland and into Britain during Wednesday night and Thursday. It will bright some severe winds and heavy rain overnight and Thursday morning. In general Status yellow wind and rainfall warnings are in operation for the country and a status orange wind warning in force for some eastern counties between 0500 to 0900hrs Thursday morning as the storms peaks.
Valid from 00:00 hours Thu, 23-Feb-2017
Valid until 12:00 hours Thu, 23-Feb-2017 For Ireland Weather Advisory

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Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Monaghan County Council, Severe Weather

21
February
2017

R181 - Castleblayney to Keady Road Reopened

R181 - Castleblayney to Keady Road Reopened

Monaghan County Council wishes to advise the public that the Castleblayney to Keady road, the R181, has reopened following a road traffic incident yesterday.  02 2017

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

21
February
2017

Weather Advisory issued for Monaghan

Weather Advisory issued for Monaghan

The following Weather Advisory has been issued by Met Eireann at 10:00 hours Tuesday, 21-Feb-2017 A rapidly deepening wave depression will track eastwards over northern parts of Ireland later Wednesday night and early on Thursday. It will bring a period of severe winds and heavy rain, with snow on northern hills. Strong to gale force southwest winds will develop overnight and become gale force northwesterly by Thursday morning with severe gusts, especially in northern and eastern areas. More detailed updates will follow Valid from 00:00 hours Thu, 23-Feb-2017 Valid until 11:00 hours Thu, 23-Feb-2017 For Ireland Weather Advisory

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Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Monaghan County Council, Severe Weather

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