Your City Councillors

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There are 63 democratically-elected public representatives on the council. The role of these councillors is to lay down the policy framework within which the city operates. Among their responsibilities (called ‘reserved functions’) are to:

  • Make, amend and revoke byelaws
  • Adopt the annual ‘Estimate of Expenses’
  • Make or vary of the City Development Plan
  • Approve borrowings

Discover the political parties that have representatives on Dublin City Council and the Councillors that represent your area.

Records from 2016 Onwards

(Click here for pre 2016 declarations)
Declaration of Ethics

Each Member of the City Council must make an Ethics Declaration of property and interests each year. Hereunder are scanned copies of these declarations for each year.

Declaration of Donations Received

Each Member of the City Council must complete a Donation Statement each year setting out donations received over the limit specified in The Regulations during the previous year. Hereunder are scanned copies of these returns for each year.

Councillors Expenses Paid

Members of the City Council receive a Representational Payment and also are paid expenses in relation to meetings attendance, conferences, mobile phone usage and broadband. These payments are set out hereunder on a quarterly basis up to the end of 2016 and monthly from January 2017 onwards.

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