Roscommon County Council - Free WiFi Initiative

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WiFi4EU is a European initiative that promotes free access to Wi-Fi connectivity for citizens in public spaces including parks, squares, libraries, town centres and museums in municipalities throughout Europe. The initiative provides EU funding to a Local Authority to install Wi-Fi equipment in public spaces that are not already equipped with a free Wi-Fi hotspot. The Wi-Fi service will be free of charge, free of advertising and free from commercial re-use of data.


Roscommon County Council were successful in receiving this EU funding to create up to 60 areas of free Wi-Fi within the county. The funding was split into 4 vouchers and Roscommon County Council are delighted to announce that Vouchers 1 & 2 have been completed under Phase 1 of the rollout and 28 Access Points are now live in the northern half of the County. Members of the public can access free Wi-Fi in the towns and villages shown on the map below.

Phase 2 installations are currently underway in the southern half of the county.


WiFi Access Point locations in each area are shown below - Roscommon County Council would like to thank the businesses and community groups listed below for enabling us to complete the project in each location. Free WiFi is available to the general public in the area around all   of these locations.


King   House - Boles - Smith Kelly Scott - Betterbuy – Lough-Key Forest Park


Old Court   House - An Bothar Rua


Synergy   Café - Gings Bar


John   McGahern Museum


Croghan Community   Centre


Strokestown   Library - Percy French Hotel - Jazel Hair Care


Rathcroghan   Heritage Centre


Ballinagare   Health & Leisure Centre


Western   Gaels GAA grounds


Castlerea   Library – Castlerea Swimming Pool - Norios Restaurant - Kearneys Pharmacy


Loughglynn   Community Centre


County   Council Office - Topside Meats – Ballaghaderreen Library - Egans Jewellers

wifi4eu - location map