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Annual Reports

Dublin City Council Annual Reports

Dublin City Council is legally obliged to prepare and adopt an Annual Report.

The Annual Reports summarise our activity over the previous 12 months and provide a statement of our financial circumstances. A draft report is submitted to the City Council Meeting by May of each year. After adoption by the City Council it is then published.

Strategic Policy Committees & Corporate Policy Group

Strategic Policy Committee Scheme 2019-2024

Dublin City Council considered a Draft Strategic Policy Committee Scheme 2019 – 2024 at its meetings on the 1st July and 2nd September, appointed Chairpersons and Councillors to each SPC, agreed the numbers on each and formally adopted the scheme.

Seven Strategic Policy Schemes have been agreed by the Council as follows: 

Housing and Community

The Housing Department is responsible for the management, maintenance and supply of public housing in Dublin City.  The department also has an enforcement role to ensure the quality of accommodation in the private rented sector meets a set of minimum standards.  It is also responsible for community development throughout the city.


Environment & Transportation Department

The Environment and Transportation Department provides engineering services for the city. This includes civil, structural and mechanical engineering, as well as other services. The department is also responsible for developing, maintaining and managing the city’s road network for the benefit of all citizens.

Report an Issue Online

Welcome to Dublin City Council’s Online Self Service Portal

You can report issues to us like abandoned vehicles, graffiti, illegal dumping, request an application form and much more. 

Proceed to Create a Service Request

How it Works

On the following page, you will see a list of Service Requests types. Simply click on the one that applies.

Your Area

Council Services in Your Local Area

Our Local Area Offices provide information about services in your area, local councillors and other Council developments.

Find the Council Offices where you live

Dublin City is divided into 5 administrative areas. These are called Local Areas and are used to co-ordinate the delivery of services into your community.


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Corporate Plan

Dublin City Council Corporate Plan 2015-2019

Dublin City Council has adopted its Corporate Plan for the period 2015 to 2019.It puts forward a Vision for both the City and the Council as an organisation and affirms the values by which we should work together to deliver on our ambitions.

Register To Vote

Register of Electors

The Register of Electors comes into force on 15th February each year and is used at each election and referendum held in the succeeding 12 months.  In order to be able to vote at an election or referendum, a person's name must be entered on the Register of Electors for the locality in which the elector ordinarily resides.