The consequences of Covid-19 have been felt right across Dublin, successive lockdowns have taken their toll on the economic, social and cultural heartbeat of the city.
However, as restrictions begin to ease, Dublin City Council is committed to facilitating an integrated response to a sustainable city recovery. By working with key stakeholders and concentrating our services to address important issues within the city, we will enable the long term recovery the city needs.
A host of proactive measures will ensure the economic, social and cultural life force of the city returns once again, allowing people to rediscover the unique qualities Dublin City has to offer.
Below you can keep up to date with the variety of measures and initiatives Dublin City Council has implemented to help with the city’s recovery.
- Traffic-free trial on Capel St. and Parliament St. begins
- Dublin City Council installs public seating in city-centre
- Dublin City Council seeks applications for Local Live Performance Programming Scheme
- New Light Boxes in place to help animate Smithfield Square
- Traffic changes on Hume Street, Ely Place and Merrion Row to begin this Sunday
- Reminder of street pedestrianisation from Monday
- 85% of the public in favour of plans for Capel St
- Trial of new traffic arrangements for Merrion Row, Hume Street, Ely Place and St Stephens Green East
- Dublin City Council launches new Portobello Matters social media campaign
- Public toilets to open in Sports Centres, Libraries and City Hall
- Dublin City Council issues invitation to tender for public conveniences
- Outdoor Seating & Accessories for Tourism and Hospitality Business Scheme
- Dublin City Council to establish City Recovery Task Force