• Dublin City Council COVID-19 Community Response Forum

    A helpdesk will respond to the needs of vulnerable members of our community

    COVID_19 Community Response Forum Data Privacy Notice.PDF / Docx

    Call - 012228555

    Email - covidsupport@dublincity.ie

  • Motor Tax Office Closed.

    The Motor Tax Office has reopened for postal applications. The Public Office remains closed. All postal items received whilst we were closed will be processed. In light of government measures were are operating with a reduced workforce and restricted phone support service on T. 01 222 8000. Any customer with an urgent tax application should email motortax@dublincity.ie quoting their vehicle registration. Thank you for your patience during these difficult times

  • All City Council offices including Area Offices are closed to members of the public, with the exception of the DRHE Offices at Parkgate Street and the Civic Offices, where there will be very limited public access, strictly by appointment for certain housing/homeless services.

    Further Details

    Most payments can be made online or over the phone on 222 2222

    For Homeless Services, please phone 01 222 6944 or 01 222 6977


    If you are a DCC staff member, please visit http://www.dublincity.ie/covidstaffupdate for information.

  • Parks and Playgrounds

    While our Parks are still open for recreational activities, we ask families to refrain from using playgrounds until further notice.

    Download the Notice

Pigeon House Rd Recycling Centre Easter Arrangements

Pigeon House Road Recycling Centre will be closed on Good Friday 10th April. The recycling centre will reopen to accept domestic black bag waste only from 9am – 12pm on Monday 13th April.

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Dublin City Council appeals for safe disposal of used gloves and masks

Dublin City Council would like to appeal to everyone to dispose safely of used latex gloves and masks and not simply drop them on the ground. Certain parts of the city have seen an increase in the amount of gloves and masks being littered by people using them to protect themselves during the Covid-19 crisis.

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