Storm Brendan making its way across the country.
Louth County Council activated their severe weather plan yesterday, Sunday 12th January. Staff put flood defences in place and sandbags have been distributed to key locations.
Sand bags are available to the public for collection at the Council’s offices at Fair Street, Drogheda
Residents and motorists in the following areas should be aware of the potential for flooding and not park cars in these areas. The following areas may also have traffic disruption:
Details of any road closures will be available on the Council’s website and twitter account.
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