ARISING from the government
decision to move Donegal to Level 3 of the Plan for
Living with Covid-19 and having regard to public health
advice, Donegal County Council has announced that all
their offices (including libraries) will be closed to
the public until further notice.
Customers can still avail of services, and are
encouraged to deal with the Council by telephone ( 074
91 53900) , email (
email@example.com ) or online.
The Council will facilitate special appointments for
customers who have no means of using methods such as
phone, email or internet.
Specific arrangements in relation to accessing some
services are outlined below:
Motor Tax Service
The online system is been used extensively, and the
public are being asked to continue to use this service.
In this regard, customers can get help by calling the
Council or checking www.motortax.ie.
Postal applications can be sent to Letterkenny Public
Services Centre, Neil T. Blaney Road, Letterkenny. It is
important that forms are fully completed, including
phone numbers so that the Council can contact you if
A drop box for applications will be available in each
Public Service Centre and at Three Rivers Centre,
All forms are available at
Phone on 0749153900, or email via
The Community Call helpline remains open Monday to
Friday from 9am to 5pm daily.
Enquiries and requests for information or advice can be
made by phone on 074 9153900.
All documentation in relation to current planning
applications is available online via
Where necessary, arrangements can be made to view
planning applications by appointment only in County
House, Lifford, between the hours of 9.30 and 4.30 pm.
on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Email or Phone
Planning enquiries and requests for information or
advice can be made by phone on 074 9153900 or by email
Donegal Libraries are operating a Contact and Collect
service. Details are available at
The Contact and Collect service will operate during
normal Library opening hours and will be available from
Buncrana Community Library.