• Dublin City Council has had it last Crisis Management of the day at 7.30pm.  The City did not suffer the same damage as other parts of the country.
    However we have been notified of more 150 incidents which were mostly minor in nature. Dublin City Council is still dealing with 70 felled trees and other debris.
    Dublin Fire Brigade, along with Roads, Traffic, Drainage and Waste Management Crews will continue to work throughout the night.

    As of 7:30pm all major roads in the city remain open.

    We expect all Dublin City Council Offices and Services open to be open tomorrow as normal as well as the Just Eat dublinbike stations.

    We would request people continue to exercise caution as there is a lot of debris still on the streets.
    Owen Keegan thanked all Dublin City Council and Dublin Fire Brigade staff who worked today in difficult conditions to minimise the impact of the Storm on the city.
     
    In case of emergencies the public are advised to contact;
    999                                                      for life threatening emergencies.
    679 6186                                             for non life threatening emergencies.
    https://twitter.com/DubCityCouncil     for notification of fallen debris.
     
    Ends

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    Click here to view live map detailing locations and brief details of incidents reported during #Ophelia

  • As the storm is now beginning to hit Dublin City, the advice from the Council is that people should stay indoors where they are at present and not travel until the storm is over in Dublin.  People are advised to stay away from coastel areas and other water bodies during the storm. 

    There are trees down across the city and Dublin City Council crews are dealing with these and other issues as they are notified.

    Dublin City Council Crisis management team met again today at 1:30pm and were updated by the DCC Flood Assessment Group and The Principle Response Agencies Local Co-ordination Group.  Dublin City Council operational crews and housing services remain on standby to deal with expected issues.

    Dublin City Council crisis team will reconvene at 17:00pm.  Further information will be issued at this stage.

    In case of emergencies the public are advised to contact;

    999                                                      for life threatening emergencies.

    679 6186                                             for non life threatening emergencies.

    customerservices@dublincity.ie         for notification of fallen debris.

    https://twitter.com/DubCityCouncil     for notification of fallen debris.

  • Dublin City Council’s Crisis Management Team and the Local Inter-Agency Coordination Group met early this morning to review the position.

    All Dublin City Council offices other than Homeless Service at Parkgate Hall will be closed to the public from 11:00am this morning.

    Non-essential staff have been advised to go home.

    An additional 200 temporary accommodation spaces have been sourced for rough sleepers this evening.

    Dublin City Council’s Flood Assessment Group met this morning and necessary flood prevention measures have been implemented.

    Emergency Crews are on standby to monitor the situation and respond as required.

    The Crisis Management Team will reconvene at 13:30hrs.

    In the case of emergencies the public are advised to contact

    999              for life threatening emergencies

    679 6186     for non life threatening emergencies

    Please check our Facebook & Twitter for further updates.

     

  • Ophelia Update

    Due to status red weather alert Civic Offices will be closed to the public from 11.00am today, Monday 16th October.

    Dublin City Councils Parks, Libraries, Swimming Pools, Sports Halls and Bring Centres will also be closed to the public.

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

    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

    For more information visit our Facebook page.

  • Medieval Symposium, Saturday 14th October, St Catherine's Church, Thomas Street

    We've been unravelling the mysteries of The Abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr to raise awareness of this important medieval ecclesiastical foundation.  We are hosting a day-long conference on the history of the Abbey, taking place from 9.30am to 5pm in St. Catherine’s Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8 .  

    Further information on the events and the Abbey itself can be found on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/StThomasAbbeyDublin/?ref=br_rs.

  • Current Vacancies

    Dublin City Council invites applications, on the official form, from suitably qualified persons who wish to be considered for inclusion on a panel from which the following vacancies may be filled.

     

  • Fire Safety Week 2nd to 9th October 2017.

    It's Fire Safety week and Dublin Fire Brigade are running an Art Competition for Schools

    -  Fire Safety Week School Art  Competition Poster

    -  Fire Safety Week Checklist

    -  Fire Safety Video

     

  • Love History?

    Then don’t miss the FREE Dublin Festival of History from 29 September to 14 October.

    This year there are over 90 history events taking place in venues across the city including a new History Day for Children in Richmond Barracks on 7th October.

    See www.dublinfestivalofhistory.ie for the full programme

  • New Traffic Arrangements for Dublin’s Quays

    New traffic arrangements are now in effect on the north and south city centre quays.  Since Sunday 20th August, there is no right turn for traffic from Bachelors Walk to O’Connell Bridge, except for buses, taxis and bicycles.

    For more information

    Click here to download a high-res version of the map
     

  • Attention All Property Owners

    Did you know that if you have a vacant property in Dublin, Dublin City Council have a number of schemes that you may be interested in.

    Read our Leaflet

  • Dublin City Business Improvement District (BID) Declaration of Result 17th July 2017

    Number of votes in favour of BID proposal - 843

    Number of votes against BID proposal - 715

    Please click here to view the declaration.

  • College Green Project - Environmental Impact Statement and Planning Submission

    An Environmental Impact Statement has been prepared in respect of the proposed development of a civic plaza and ancillary traffic management measures for College Green. 

    Full details, including Maps and Drawings may be found here

     

  • Notice is hereby given that Dublin City Council at its Monthly Meeting of Council held on 3rd April, 2017 made a Supplementary Development Contribution Scheme;

    Luas Cross City (St. Stephen’s Green to Broombridge Line) in accordance with the provisions of Section 49 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended.

    More

  • Water services for business

    Irish Water is now your contact point for all water services queries, including account management and billing.

    For further information, visit www.water.ie/business

  • Bulky Household Waste Collection Service

    Dublin City Council is now offering a Bulky Household Waste Collection Service to all households in its administrative area with effect from 16th May 2016.

    Anyone wishing to avail of this service should contact Customer Services directly on (01) 222 1000 who will place your request for this service.

    More details

  • College green bus corridor

    College Green Bus Corridor now operates from 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday. During these hours, only buses, taxis and bicycles can travel through College Green. The corridor will remain open to all vehicles outside of these hours, including all day on Saturdays and Sundays. Go to www.luascrosscity.ie and click on 'show how it affects your journey'

    Access to car parks will be maintained at all times.

    You can plan your journey to your public car park of choice with the car park access guide .

  • Image of a flooded kitchen

    Flood Protection
    As a property owner, taking measures to protect your property from flooding will limit the distress and damage caused by flooding. However, finding the right flood protection products can be difficult.

    Dublin City Council has developed a Property Flood Protection Guide to assist property owners in selecting flood protection products. We have also produced other documents that will assist property owners in preparing in advance for a flood and dealing with a flood as it is happening. More...

  • Irish Water Logo

    Irish Water
    Irish Water is the new national water utility and is now responsible for managing the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland.

    For further information or to report an issue with:


    Water supply
    Water quality
    Wastewater


    More...


    Tá an comhlacht nua Uisce Éireann freagrach as seirbhísí uisce a chur ar fáil do ghnólachtaí agus do
    theaghlaigh.  Brú anseo le haghaidh eolas i nGaeilge.

    www.water.ie

Ardmhéara thanks Dublin City Council staff and Emergency & Voluntary Services

Ardmhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath Mícheál Mac Donncha would like to thank the staff of Dublin City Council, the emergency services and voluntary organisations who mobilised for Hurricane Ophelia.

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DCU student blazes trail to USA as recipient of San José-Dublin Sister City Work/Study Scholarship

High-performing Dublin City University student, Aidan Smyth, from Tankardstown, Co. Meath, will be blazing a trail across the Atlantic having been chosen as this year’s winner of the prestigious 2018 Pat McMahon Master-Level Scholarship. Aidan will be presented with the Award by an tArdmhéara Mícheál Mac Donncha at a formal ceremony today in the Mansion House, Dublin 2.

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