• Breakfast Launch: Getting Fired up for Climate Action How Sustainable Stoves are Cooking up Solutions to Climate Injustice in Africa

    Friday, September 20th  in the Atrium, Civic Offices, 8.30-9.30am

    Vita, with partners Irish Aid and Dublin City Council will be hosting an inspiring breakfast that aims to raise awareness about climate injustice in Africa.  Join guest speakers Climate Activist Flossie Donnelly and the Beach Cleaners, Green Party Councillor Michael Pidgeon and Vita‘s Programme Manager Emily Hosford.

     Find out more


  • New Priory

    Hooke and MacDonald on behalf of Dublin City Council, are launching the sale of Phase 2, New Priory, Hole in the Wall Road, Dublin 13. Viewings will be held on Saturday 21st September from 10am-11.30am. Prices start from €245,000 for a 2 bedroom apartment and €300,000 for a 3 bedroom duplex. Please contact Hooke and MacDonald directly on 01 631 8402 for further information.

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  • Stable Ground: The Red Stable Festival

    On Saturday 21st September, Dublin City Council and Olive’s Room will host Dublin’s newest festival at the Red Stables, St. Anne’s Park, Raheny, Dublin 5. 

    Stable Ground: The Red Stable Festival celebrates the connection between food, nature and sustainability in the beautiful surroundings of St Anne’s Park.

    More details on www.redstablesfestival.ie

  • Free Outdoor Screening, ‘Our Planet’ Friday 13th September Merrion Square 7.30 – 9.30 pm.

    Happenings in association with the Dublin Climate Action Regional Office (CARO) and Dublin City Council, are proud to bring you the FREE screening of ‘Our Planet’.  narrated  by David Attenborough.  The event is solar and battery powered!! It is  outdoors celebrating our miraculous environment and how precious it is. It is also in support of actions outlined in the Council’s Climate Change Action Plan (https://dublinclimatechange.codema.ie/).

    Click here for more information

  • Survey on proposed Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2019

    The aim of this consultation is to get public feedback on the 30km/h speed limit for the purpose of assessing public levels of support and identifying if there are any particular barriers to acceptance and compliance.

    Survey on proposed Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2019

    Suirbhé ar Fhodhlíthe Luasteorann Speisialta 2019 a bheartaítear

  • Dublin City Council Awards Energy Performance Contract To Upgrade its Sports Centres   

    Dublin City Council continues to lead by example in energy management with the awarding of a new Energy Performance Contract (EPC) to Noel Lawler Green Energy Solutions.

    The contract will save the Council up to €1 Million on its energy costs and reduce carbon emissions by 321 tonnes.


  • Dublin City Parks Strategy 2019-2022

    Growing towards a greener and more liveable Dublin City

    The first Dublin City Parks Strategy has been published. This document sets out the services and resources of the City Council’s Parks and Landscape Services together with their associated policies and intended actions, all under the vision of “Growing towards a greener and more liveable Dublin City”.

    The strategy document may be downloaded here: http://www.dublincity.ie/main-menu-services-recreation-culture-dublin-city-parks/whats-new

  • Beach Wheelchairs Available

    There are 4 beach wheelchairs available to use on Dollymount beach for the bathing season. There are two hippocampae and two Debug beach wheelchairs.

    The beach wheelchairs are now available for use directly on the beach. They are being managed by Pure Magic and are available near the mens bathing shelter on the north bull wall. The wheelchairs need to be booked in advance.

    To book the wheelchairs send forms to: info@puremagic.ie


Bathing Water Quality Results

A temporary bathing water prohibition will remain in place for Merrion Strand today 13th September 2019. Samples of the bathing water will be taken on the 15th September 2019, results expected to be available 18th September 2019

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Dublin Ladies are All-Ireland Champions. A ‘Dub-ble’ for The Dubs

Lord Mayor Paul Mc Auliffe has congratulated the Dublin Ladies Football team after their third All-Ireland ladies football championship in a row.  

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