An Important Message From Kerry County Council – Services Still Available

Kerry County Council spokesman, Owen O’Shea assuring members of the public that the council’s services continue to be available.

Kerry County Council wishes to advise the people of the county that its services continue to be available to you.

“We all to need to protect ourselves from COVID-19 so if you need us, we are asking you, where possible, to give us a call or send us an email in the first instance – we can deal with many queries over the phone, talk you through our online services, help you find the information you need, and provide you with the right advice,” said the council spokesman, Owen O’Shea.

Safe Appointment Arrangements

If you need to meet a member of staff, we will arrange an appointment ensuring that social distancing requirements are met.

In the meantime, keep well, look out for vulnerable neighbours and follow the guidance and advice from the health authorities.

All Playing our Part

Together, we can all play our part in limiting the spread of COVID-19. Kerry County Council – Serving the Community

Contact details for all our services are available on www.kerrycoco.ie and you can reach us on 066 71 83500.

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