Please use FixYourStreet.ie to report faults or contact the Transportation Section in Navan at Meath County Council, County Hall, Railway Street, Navan, Co. Meath.
Please include as much of the following information as possible when reporting a fault:
• the identification number on the lamppost.
• the address or the road name/number on which the light is located.
• the nature of the fault or damage, for example the public light is off or the door is missing from the lamppost.
You can report a fault or outage to Meath County Council by Telephone on: (046) 9097191 or by Email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Does anyone know any gutter cleaners from the local area? Please leave the details under the post.
If you’re trimming bushes/trees in your garden, please take care of the brunches and don’t leave them on the green areas. Lots of branches were left at the little green area (at apartments parking area) in front of 1-4 The Park. Please look after the estate! I collected 3 brown bins of branches. Thanks for the residents, who let me use their bins. It’s OUR estate, so please take care of it.
Everyone welcome to come and help out at our first Johnstown tidy towns clean up day 8th October 11am -6pm. Meeting at 11am at Hickeys pharmacy entrance for a general clean up along the main road and into the various estates. For those who can’t meet up on the day, maybe you could do a tidy up of you’re own area…and let’s hope this can be the start of a new, cleaner, smarter looking Johnstown.
Folks the next meeting that is scheduled for Thursday 29th September will have to be rearranged as Col na Mi are having their open night on the same evening..A new date will posted shortly confirming the next meeting…
Residents from all Johnstown area want to bild Johnstown Tidy Towns. Their next meeting is on Thursday 29 Sep in Taylors of Johnstown at 8pm, please a big turnout is needed and as thei want to elect the committee….So come along and show you care for your area.
You can follow them on Facebook Johnstown Tidy Towns
From Meath Crime Prevention page
Yesterday morning at approx 10.20am two men knocked on an elderly persons house in the Poplars, Ratoath looking to do odd jobs. The elderly owner got distracted by one of the men talking while the second is suspected to have taken a small sum of cash from the house. The elderly person was not injured during the distraction theft. Talk to any elderly person in the area and make them aware of bogus callers and if you need any bogus caller cards let me know and I will post them out to you.