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21
August
2018

Water Outage-Four Roads-Mount Talbot Water SS

Water Outage-Four Roads-Mount Talbot Water SS

Notice of Water Disruption – Four Roads/Mount Talbot Water Supply Scheme

Roscommon County Council and Irish Water wish to advise customers served by the Four Roads/Mount Talbot Water Supply Scheme that the following area(s) on this scheme will experience disruption to their water supply on Tuesday 21st August 2018 from 6.00 p.m. until further notice due to pump failure in the water treatment plant. 

The area(s) that will be affected are as follows: 

Four Roads
Mount Talbot
Curraghaboy
Rahara
Parts of Athleague
Ardmullen
Castlecoote
Parts of Brideswell

IBC’s (Tankers) are available at the following locations:

Four Roads Village
Brideswell Village
Curraghboy Village 
Athleague Community Centre
Castlecoote Stores 

Roscommon County Council and Irish Water regret any inconvenience caused to customers

Issued: 21st August 2018         




08 2018

Written by: Roscommon County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Roscommon County Council

21
August
2018

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

Obair i gcomhpháirtíocht

Working in partnership

Public Alert: Boil Water Notice

Irish Water & Roscommon County Council

Irish Water/Roscommon County Council wishes to advise consumers served by the Grangemore Regional Water Supply Schemeto boil water before use until further notice.
  • Areas affected include: Croghan, Ballinameen, Ballymore, Killaraght, The Plains, surrounding areas.
Boiling water is the best extra measure to ensure that your water is free of coliforms and other infections.  It is essential that people in the affected areas boil any water intended for drinking or food preparation.  If you are unsure of the source of your water supply, you should boil your water as a precautionary measure.

Water should be boiled for the following purposes:
  • Drinking
  • Drinks made with water
  • Preparation of salads and similar foods, which are not cooked prior to eating
  • Brushing of teeth
  • Making of ice

Un-boiled water should not be used for these purposes.

Un-boiled water can be used for personal hygiene, bathing and flushing of toilets but not for brushing teeth or gargling

TO BOIL WATER: Boil water until rolling, and then allow to cool.  Cover and store in a refrigerator or cold place.  Water from the hot tap is not safe to drink.  Domestic water filters will not render water safe to drink.  Discard ice cubes in fridges and freezers and any filtered water in fridges.  Make ice from cooled boiled water.

Use water prepared for drinking when preparing foods that will not be cooked (e.g. washing salads, fruit and vegetables to be consumed uncooked)

See www.water.ie and www.roscommoncoco.ie for updates

Date of Issue: 27th July 2018

Written by: Roscommon County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Roscommon County Council

20
August
2018

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

                                           Obair i gcomhpháirtíocht
   Working in partnership


                                Public Alert: Boil Water Notice

            Irish Water & Roscommon County Council


Irish Water/Roscommon County Council wishes to advise consumers served by the Grangemore Regional Water Supply Scheme to boil water before use until further notice.
  • Areas affected include: Croghan, Ballinameen, Ballymore, Killaraght, The Plains, surrounding areas.
Boiling water is the best extra measure to ensure that your water is free of coliforms and other infections.  It is essential that people in the affected areas boil any water intended for drinking or food preparation.  If you are unsure of the source of your water supply, you should boil your water as a precautionary measure.

Water should be boiled for the following purposes:

- Drinking

- Drinks made with water

- Preparation of salads and similar foods, which are not cooked prior to eating

- Brushing of teeth

- Making of ice

Un-boiled water should not be used for these purposes.

Un-boiled water can be used for personal hygiene, bathing and flushing of toilets but not for brushing teeth or gargling

TO BOIL WATER: Boil water until rolling, and then allow to cool.  Cover and store in a refrigerator or cold place.  Water from the hot tap is not safe to drink.  Domestic water filters will not render water safe to drink.  Discard ice cubes in fridges and freezers and any filtered water in fridges.  Make ice from cooled boiled water.

Use water prepared for drinking when preparing foods that will not be cooked (e.g. washing salads, fruit and vegetables to be consumed uncooked)

See www.water.ie and www.roscommoncoco.ie for updates

Date of Issue: 27th July 2018

Written by: Roscommon County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Roscommon County Council

20
August
2018

Temp Rd Closure N60 Castlerea - 27/8/18 to 21/9/18

Temp Rd Closure N60 Castlerea - 27/8/18 to 21/9/18

TEMPORARY CLOSING OF ROADS
ROADS ACT 1993, SECTION 75
ROADS REGULATIONS 1994, ARTICLE 12

Roscommon County Council has decided to close the road set out in the schedule hereunder for the period and the reason specified. 

Road to be closed:   N60 from junction with R360 at Ballymoe to 100 metres north of the railway line at Castlerea

Period of Closure:    From Monday 27th August, 2018 to Friday 21st September, 2018

Alternative Routes:  R360 via Williamstown, R361 through Trien and vice versa

Reason for Closure:  To facilitate Pavement Works on the N60
Pat Murtagh
Acting Director of Services                           
Roads & Transportation
Roscommon County Council       
Áras an Chontae
Roscommon 
F42 VR98



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

18
August
2018

Weather Advisory issued for Roscommon

Weather Advisory issued for Roscommon

The following Weather Advisory has been issued by Met Eireann at 10:00 hours Saturday, 18-Aug-2018 Rain moving eastwards across Ireland this evening and tonight will give heavy / intense bursts of rainfall in places for short periods with a risk of spot flooding.
Valid from 18:00 hours Sat, 18-Aug-2018
Valid until 04:00 hours Sun, 19-Aug-2018 For Ireland Weather Advisory



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Written by: Roscommon County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Roscommon County Council

17
August
2018

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

BOIL WATER NOTICE - GRANGEMORE REGIONAL WSS

                                           Obair i gcomhpháirtíocht
   Working in partnership
     Public Alert: Boil Water Notice
           Irish Water & Roscommon County Council


Irish Water/Roscommon County Council wishes to advise consumers served by the Grangemore Regional Water Supply Schemeto boil water before use until further notice.
  • Areas affected include: Croghan, Ballinameen, Ballymore, Killaraght, The Plains, surrounding areas.
Boiling water is the best extra measure to ensure that your water is free of coliforms and other infections.  It is essential that people in the affected areas boil any water intended for drinking or food preparation.  If you are unsure of the source of your water supply, you should boil your water as a precautionary measure.

Water should be boiled for the following purposes:
  • Drinking

  • Drinks made with water

  • Preparation of salads and similar foods, which are not cooked prior to eating

  • Brushing of teeth

  • Making of ice

Un-boiled water should not be used for these purposes.

Un-boiled water can be used for personal hygiene, bathing and flushing of toilets but not for brushing teeth or gargling

TO BOIL WATER: Boil water until rolling, and then allow to cool.  Cover and store in a refrigerator or cold place.  Water from the hot tap is not safe to drink.  Domestic water filters will not render water safe to drink.  Discard ice cubes in fridges and freezers and any filtered water in fridges.  Make ice from cooled boiled water.

Use water prepared for drinking when preparing foods that will not be cooked (e.g. washing salads, fruit and vegetables to be consumed uncooked)

See www.water.ie and www.roscommoncoco.ie for updates

Date of Issue: 27th July 2018

Written by: Roscommon County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Roscommon County Council

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