If you drive into Dublin City, you need to know the rules about parking. These rules are intended to help you by:
- Reducing congestion and road obstructions.
- Increasing the number of parking spaces available for your use.
Parking in Dublin?
If parking in Dublin City park legally and avoid being clamped.
Dublin City Council’s Christmas Parking Promotion 2013
Dublin City Council expanded its parking payment methods in Dublin City in June of this year with the Retail Parking payment solution operated by Payzone.
Dublin City Council’s Christmas Parking Promotion 2013 can be availed of by motorists who pay for their on-street parking using the Retail Parking payment solution in any of Payzone’s retail agents across the city (Newsagents, Spar, Centra, Londis, SuperValu, Mace etc.). Motorists provide their car registration, the zone colour that they are parked in and duration of stay. Motorists are not required to return to their car with their receipt they simply pay and walk away.
A full list of participating stores (almost 300 in Dublin City) can be found at www.payzone.ie
Motorists who pay for a minimum of one hour’s on-street parking in any zone, at any time during the month of December will get an additional hour free.
Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2013
The Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2013 were adopted by the City Council on 13th May 2013 and will revoke the Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2012 with effect from 1st July 2013.
Dublin City Council Control of On-Street Car Club Bye-Laws 2013
Dublin City Council’s new bye-laws regulating the operation of on-street car clubs are effective from 1st August 2013. Car Club operators can apply to the council for a licence to operate on-street Car Clubs from Dublin City Council’s 30,000 pay-and-display parking spaces.
Parking Appeals Officers Report 2012
The Tables for Appeals Officer 2011 Annual Report is also available to download in pdf below:
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