Kerry County Council Statement Regarding Covid-19 Level 5 Restrictions

Kerry County Council spokesman Owen O’Shea with an update of lock-down time services from Áras an Chontae.

In the interest of public health and to limit the spread of the coronavirus, the public offices of Kerry County Council will close to public access from Monday, January 11th but all essential services will continue to be provided to the people of the county.

Members of the public are asked not to attend the public offices of Kerry County Council and to use telephone, email and the council website to access local authority services.

Car Tax On-line

Appointments can be facilitated in exceptional circumstances, for emergencies, and to facilitate essential statutory services such as planning.

Motor tax services will be provided online and by post.

A full list of council services and contact details are available on the link and new contact number below.

Call for Strict Adherence  

Kerry County Council is appealing to the people of Kerry to adhere strictly to the new restrictions announced by the Government this week in relation to limiting the spread of COVID-19.

The council is echoing the call of An Taoiseach and the chief medical officer for people to stay at home except for the exceptional circumstances set out by the public health authorities.

Kerry County Council can be contacted on: and the main contact telephone number is 066 71 83500.

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