Public Domain

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The Public Domain Team in the South East Area provides support, advice and assistance to enable residents and businesses to take an active role in the enhancement of the City.South East Area Public Domain & Community Development Annual Report

Local Clean Ups

Public Domain Team

The South East Area promotes civic responsibility and will assist residents to clean up their neighbourhood. We will supply gloves, brushes, bags and will arrange for rubbish collected during a clean up to be removed.

The Public Domain Enforcement Officer is Kevin O’Sullivan. T: 222 5344 E:


The Environmental Liaison Officer is Paurig Gallager T: 222 3934 E:

If your community requires assistance in organising a clean up or wish to participate in our annual leaf collection please contact:

Litter Wardens, Public Domain General Operatives, Rapid Response Crew and Administration Staff support the team and work together to make the City a more attractive place for residents, businesses and visitors.

What services do we provide locally?

Remove Graffiti / Illegal Dumping/ Abandoned Bicycles

You can help us by reporting incidents of illegal dumping, graffiti, abandoned bicycles (including frames, chains) etc in your neighbourhood to one of the following:

Bring Centres

Recycling converts old things into new goods. Dublin City Council has a plan to achieve 59% recycling of waste. You can help us by recycling your own rubbish.

Bagged Domestic Waste accepted at recycling centres

Did you know that bagged household domestic waste is accepted at Ringsend Recycling Centre, Seán Moore Road, Dublin 4 and Shamrock Terrace Recycling Centre, Northstrand Road, Dublin 3? There is a €4 charge for each 80 litre bag of domestic waste disposed.

Green Schools Programme

An Taisce co-ordinates the Green-Schools programme with the support of Local Authorities.  A total of 42 South East Area City schools are currently registered with An Taisce and are working on various stages of the green-schools programme.

While working on the programme, children learn about environmental issues and about how their behaviour can have either a positive or a negative effect on the environment around them.  It fosters a sense of ownership of the environment and it develops their sense of personal and collective responsibility for the care of the environment

For more information

For more information on the Public Domain please contact:
South East Area
Block 2, Floor 4,
Civic Offices
Wood Quay
Dublin 8

T: (01) 222 2362
F: (01) 222 2499


Opening hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday