The electoral divisions of Abbey East, Abbey West, Addergoole, Annaghdown (in the former Rural District of Tuam), Ballinastack, Ballinderry, Ballinduff, Ballymoe, Ballynakill (in the former Rural District of Glenamaddy), Ballynapark, Beaghmore, Belclare, Boyounagh, Carrownagur, Carrowrevagh, Claretuam, Clonbern, Cloonkeen (in the former Rural District of Tuam), Cooloo, Creggs, Cummer, Curraghmore, Donaghpatrick, Doonbally, Dunmore North, Dunmore South, Foxhall, Glennamaddy, Headford, Hillsbrook, Island, Kilbennan, Kilcoona, Kilcroan, Killeany, Killeen, Killererin, Killower, Killursa, Kilmoylan, Kilshanvy, Kiltullagh (in the former Rural District of Glenamaddy), Levally, Milltown, Monivea, Moyne, Raheen, Ryehill, Scregg, Shankill, Templetogher, Toberadosh, Toberroe, Tuam Rural, Tuam Urban.
Number of Members to be elected for each Local Electoral Area : 9
Tuam Local Area Plan – Open for Consultations
TUAM LOCAL AREA PLAN Draft LAP 2018 Public Consultation You are invited to an information drop in session in the Tuam Library, High Street Tuam on Thursday 8th February 2018 from 2.30pm - 7.30pm where staff from the Forward Planning Team will be available to discuss all aspects of the Draft Tuam LAP. We hope that everyone will have an opportunity to attend and get involved in sharing ideas and opinions.More
Funding Clinics on the Community Support Scheme
Galway County Council invites applications from Community and Voluntary Groups and individual Artists for support through the following schemes : Support Scheme for Community Based Economic Development 2018 Support Scheme for Community Based Amenities and Services 2018 Individual Artist Bursaries & Tyrone Guthrie Residency 2018 View Advert (PDF) Community Support Scheme 2018 Application Form (Doc) Community Support Scheme 2018 Guidelines (Doc)More
Galway County PPN’s upcoming Funding Clinics & Information sessions
Galway County Public Participation Network (PPN) continues to be the main link through which Community & Voluntary organisations, Environment organisations & Social Inclusion organisations in Galway interact with Galway County Council and participate in policy-making committees of the Council. Community groups who register will receive all manners of info relating to community activity such as information on funding, training, local events etc. The PPN promotes citizen engagement and strengthens linkages between communities and Galway County Council. One way of doing…More