Drive Safely This Halloween

30 10 2014

Motorists are asked to drive with extra care tomorrow evening in and around Greenfields. Expect lots of Ghouls and Little Monsters trick or treating between 5pm and 9pm.

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Lights on Initiative

29 10 2014

This Halloween the Greenfields Residents Association are asking all residents to leave an outdoor light/security light on.  Let’s ensure our estate is bright and safe for all those trick or treating this Friday! @GreenfieldsLive





Halloween Contact Numbers

27 10 2014

The Greenfields Residents Association wish all residents and especially the young children of the estate a very happy and safe Halloween. To ensure that this year’s Halloween period is safe and fun for all, the Greenfields Residents Association will be actively monitoring and patrolling the estate and surrounding areas over the coming days and for the entire Halloween period.

Should you notice waste for bonfires building up in the estate please report this to Waterford City & County Council on 0761 102020.  You are also encouraged to report any anti-social behaviour or unusual activity to the Gardai on 051 305300.  Alternatively, you can contact the Greenfields Residents Association by email (greenfieldswaterford@live.com), on facebook or via Twitter (@GreenfieldsLive).

Additionally, please use the below contact numbers:

Waterford City & County Council
(Environmental Dept. for removal of bonfire material etc.)

(Office Hours) – 0761 102020
(Litter Hotline) – 1800 201 501
(Email) – environmentalcomplaints@waterfordcouncil.ie

Waterford City & County Council

(Fire Services)

(General Enquiries) – 0761 099982
Emergency Serivces – 999 or 112
(Twitter) – @WaterfordFire

An Garda Siochana
(Waterford City)

(24 hours) – 051 305300
(Duty Sergeant) – 051 305339
Emergency Serivces – 999 or 112





EPA App “See it? Say it!” for iPhone

9 10 2014

The EPA App for iPhones called See it? Say it! allows you to report environmental pollution. Using the App you can now take a photograph of the pollution incident, input GPS location coordinates, add a summary description of what you want to convey and your contact details and this will automatically be sent to the relevant local authority for follow up.

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So, you can now report issues such as backyard burning, flytipping, water pollution, odours and littering by using the new iPhone App or by phoning the complaints line. You can download the App now from the iTunes App Store (search iTunes for: ‘See it Say it’) or visit http://goo.gl/gOJMa