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Welcome to the online payments section of our website.

Please note: that these links will bring you away from the main website to other sites that handle secure online payments. 

Pay paid parking offences incurred in Longford

Pay Parking Button

To pay for a parking offence please click here

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Pay Motortax Online

Motor Tax Online is a secure service provided by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and Ireland's local authorities.  Pay Motortax Online

Pay NPPR Charge

The Local Government (Charges) Act 2009 introduces a €200 annual charge on non principal private residences, payable by the owners to the local authority in whose area the property concerned is located. If you you want to make a payment you will need to create an account on the NPPR website. The NPPR website address is

Pay for a Dog Licence

If you own a dog then you must have a dog licence.  You can purchase an annual (€20) or lifetime (€140) licence for your dog at your local Post Office or you can buy one online at 

Information relating to parking in Longford

Charges and Business Hours

Parking Charges apply

  • Between the hours of  08.30 hrs and 18.30hrs – Monday to Saturday inclusive(Excluding Bank Holidays)
Car Park Locations

To see a map of car park locations in Longford Town please click the following link: Longford Town Car Park Locations 

Hourly Parking

The charge for On-Street Parking and Short Term Car Parks is €1.00 per hour with maximum stay of 2 hrs.

There are also All Day Car Parks which are €2.00 all day.

The All Day Car Parks are situated in the following locations; (as per attached map)

  • Earl Street Car Park
  • Harbour Point Car Park (Old Swimming Pool)
  • Ballymahon Street Car Park (Rear of Heatons)
  • Cathedral Car Park
  • St. Mel’s Road Car Park
  • Main Street Car Park (Entrance through Annaly Park)
  • Church Street Car Park
  • Gill’s Car Park, Market Square

All Day Parking also applies on Battery Road from St. John’s Church up to Tennis Court Lane

The Short Term Car Parks are situated in the following locations;

  • Market Square Rear Car Park (Behind Centra)
  • Mill Car Park, Market Square
  • Geraldine Terrace Car Park
  • Camlin Court Car Park
  • Longford County Council Car Park
  • Town Centre Car Park (Tesco)
On Street Parking

On Street Parking applies to all streets at €1.00 per hour, maximum stay 2hrs

  • Red Pay & Display tickets are issued in all 2hr maximum stay areas.
  • Blue Pay & Display tickets are only issued in Town Centre Car Park (Tesco).
  • Yellow Pay & Display tickets are issued in All Day Car Parks.
  • Red zone tickets still in time may be used in Blue Zone (Tesco) and also Blue zone tickets from Tesco may be used in Red Zone (2 hr Maximum) areas
  • All day car park tickets can only be used in other all day car parks

Red zone tickets still in time may be used in Blue Zone (Tesco) and also Blue zone tickets from Tesco may be used in Red Zone (2 hr Maximum) areas

Permits Available

There are several different parking permits available subject to terms and conditions.

Points to Note

Please ensure that Pay & Display ticket is clearly displayed on dashboard of car. Vehicles with no Pay & Display clearly on display will be logged for the courtesy 10 minutes. Pay & Display tickets only cover parking in a Parking Bay and not in: 

  • Loading Bays
  • Double Yellow Lines
  • Single Yellow Lines (business hours 08.30-18.30)
  • Footway
  • Taxi Rank
  • Bus Stops
  • Vehicles using a Disabled Parking Bay should clearly display a valid Disabled Persons Permit on dashboard of vehicle.

Parking in any of the above or failing to display a valid Pay & Display ticket or a valid Disabled Persons Permit could lead to Fixed Charge Notice being issued.


This project was assisted by Longford Local Community Development Committee, Longford Community Resources Clg. and Longford County Council through the Rural Development Programme (LEADER) 2014-2020 which is part-financed by the EU, "The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas" and the Department of Rural & Community Development.       The European Commission.

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