Water, Waste and Environment

Pay to Use (PTU)

Waste Management (Facility Permit and Registration)(Amendment) Regulations S.I. No. 198 of 2015

Public Consultation Days – Updated Draft Flood Maps for the Camac and Poddle catchments

RPS, who are conducting the Eastern CFRAM Study on behalf of the OPW and with the support of Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council, have produced updated draft flood maps in relation to the Camac and Poddle catchments. These maps take on board comments made at previous public consultation days that took place from 24th to 27th June 2013 at various venues throughout the catchments.

The updated draft flood maps will be on display at the times and venue below, in conjunction with draft flood maps for other areas of Dublin City:

Eastern CFRAM Public Consultation Days – Draft Flood Maps – Dublin City

The national Catchment-based Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) Programme, which is being implemented through six regional studies, is a strategic approach that recognises the need, in line with international best practice, to move to a more sustainable, planned and risk-based approach to dealing with flooding problems.

Notification - Public Consultation Day - Draft Flood Maps for Raheny, Dublin 5

RPS, who are conducting the Eastern CFRAM Study on behalf of the OPW and with the support of Dublin City Council, have produced Draft Flood Maps for areas of Raheny  - coastal flooding of Bull Island Causeway and James Larkin Road as well as fluvial flooding in Raheny village.


Guide for Shipments of Used Vehicles, Vehicle Parts and Electrical Equipment

This guidance document is designed to provide assistance for those organising the shipment of  used  or  pre-owned  vehicles,  vehicle  parts,  tyres,  electrical  and  electronic  equipment,personal effects, machinery and other items that are still in usable condition.

Payments to NTFSO

The National TFS Office, Dublin City Council (NTFSO) will now only accept payments by the following methods for the services it provides: 

  1. On-Line by Credit / Debit Card
  2. Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT)
  1. On-Line Payments

- On-line payments using credit cards/debit cards are to be made via the Dublin City Council webpage www.dublincity.ie.

See Instructions for TFS online payments

Reservoir Safety

Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Works Extension – Introduction

image of Dublin Bay

The City Council’s response to the European Commission

Dublin City Council is aware that a complaint was made to the EU Commission regarding the issue of a potential conflict of interest/undue influence arising from the move from Cowi to Elsam of a Mr Jorgen Grundtvig. This matter received some coverage by RTE News on Sunday 9 February 2014.

The City Council’s response to the European Commission, on 13 September 2013, was as follows: