Football Pitches Playability

The latest Dublin City Council Pitch Playability table for the weekend...

DCC Biodiversity Events during Heritage Week, 2019

Join Dublin City Council for a range of events during Heritage Week. All events are free and suitable for children 12 and under.  No booking required.

With our changeable weather, do make sure to bring a rain jacket and wear comfortable walking shoes.

Graveyards as Living Places

Often overlooked, graveyards are urban refuges for a range of biodiversity. Join Dublin City Council’s Biodiversity Officer and find out more about the wildlife living in these havens, including the unexpected species that can be found on stone structures.


Dublin City Council is pleased to announce an open call for artists/creative practitioners, cultural organisations, collectives, creative/cultural communities and neighbourhood communities/organisations to submit proposals to be part of Velo-city, International Cycling Conference, taking place in the Convention Centre Dublin from the 25th to 28th of June, 2019. This open call is for activities, performances, readings, workshops, showcase events (including photography and film), interactive art installations, etc. to take place in Dublin City as part of the Velo-city Conference. 

Proposal to name bridge on Cabra Road ‘The Harry Clarke Bridge’

Naming of bridge in Cabra ‘The Harry Clarke Bridge’ - proposal

The City Council’s Commemorative Naming Committee received an application from the Cabra Road Residents’ Association (CRRA), in November 2017, to name the Cabra Road bridge, ‘The Harry Clarke Bridge’. The bridge crosses the Luas tracks at Saint Peter’s Avenue, some 400 metres west of St Peter’s Church.

Dawn Chorus 2018 Events

Exhibition on Dawn Chorus
May 04th to May 19th, Atrium Civic Offices

Throughout the Month of May from 9am to 5pm you can also visit the  Dawn Chorus Birdsong Exhibition in the Atrium Civic Offices, Wood Quay which showcases the RTE Radio One  Mooney Goes Wild posters of Irish Songbirds depicting the  photographic work of  Mark Carmody. These images are also flying on flags throughout the city. Between 7am and 10am each morning you can hear a  recording of the  St Anne’s Park  Dusk and Dawn Chorus  by the sound Artist  Fergus Kelly. 

Rose Festival 2018

Rose Festival

Dublin City Council invites you to come along and join in the fun at the annual St. Anne’s Park Rose Festival which takes place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 20th and 21st July from 10.00am to 6.00pm each day.

St. Anne’s Park is one of the jewels of Dublin’s northside where the public can enjoy woodland walks, recreational facilities and, of course, the beautiful Rose Garden.  We invite everyone to come along over the weekend and enjoy a great day of family fun in this beautiful setting. 

Celebrate World Wetlands Day - 2nd February 2018

Dublin City Council is celebrating Ramsar International World Wetlands Day on Feb 2nd by inviting people to visit the city’s wetlands at North Bull Island and Sandymount Strand.

Wetlands are areas saturated by water, whether natural or artificial, permanent or temporary, static or flowing, fresh, brackish, or marine.  Wetland habitat types in Ireland are typically marsh, swamp, bog, fen, turlough, lagoons, salt marshes, estuaries and wet woodlands.  

Celebrate the Return of the Light Bellied Brent Goose to Dublin Bay

North Bull Island Visitor Centre and Causeway
Saturday 11th November 10 am to 4 pm 

Moore Street Party – Spraoi ar an Sráid celebrates the unique history of Moore Street

Experience the exciting history of one of Ireland’s most iconic streets

Moore Street is coming alive with the Moore Street Party - Spraoi ar an Sráid on Sunday, 22nd October, from 12 noon to 5pm. Hosted by Ardmhéara Mícheál MacDonncha and Dublin City Council, visitors will experience the spirit of bygone days as we honour the extensive past and potential future of one of Dublin’s best loved streets with ceol agus craic.

Bridgefoot Street Park - A new public park and play facilities for the Liberties

The proposed works will comprise the following:

  • Provision of a new public park, consisting of hard and soft landscaped areas, tree planting, furniture and lighting.
  • Provision of soft landscape mounds and landscape terraces.
  • Provision of allotments and community garden.
  • Provision of multi functional performance space, play space and play equipment.

The measures taken will lead to a significant improvement in disability access to the project area and support the principle of universal access for all.