Services - Donegal County Council

By: Donegal County Council Home  05/12/2011
Keywords: Public Service

Donegal County Council provides an extensive range of services ranging from Planning Control, to Social Housing, to the upkeep and improvement of Roads, to Pollution Control, to Fire Services, Library Services and Water Services.

Over the last number of years the Council has opened offices in Public Service Centres throughout the county. This has gone a long way in achieving the Councils objective of bringing services closer to our customers and an extensive range of services are available from Public Service Centres in Carndonagh, Donegal Town, Dungloe, Letterkenny and Milford.

Each of these five Public Service Centres includes a Citizens Information Centre. This means that you can call into any of the Public Service Centres and access confidential independent information and advice on your entitlements to any public service.


Keywords: Public Service

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