Renewing Your Parking Permit
A renewal letter will be issued to you 28 days before your Residential Parking permit expires. As we cannot guarantee delivery of your renewal letter please ensure you contact the Parking Permits Section on 01 222 2259 if you do not receive your letter. It is the responsibility of the permit holder to renew their permit on time, irrespective of receiving renewal notice or not.
If you wish to renew your permit you must do so within 28 days of the expiry date. You will not be able to renew it after this date. A late application received will be treated as a first time application, which may affect your eligibility.
It is your responsibility to ensure that a valid permit is displayed (on the windscreen of your vehicle) at all times. The onus is always on the permit holder to ensure their permit is renewed 28 days before it is due to expire. The issuing of renewal notices is a courtesy. Dublin City Council will not entertain any claim for loss or damages incurred where a resident wishes to make a claim arising from an alleged failure to receive a renewal notice.
Options for renewing your permit:
Click here to renew your Parking Permit online
Our Parking Permits, Customer Services telephone line 01 222 2259 is open to take calls between 9am and 5pm hours including lunchtime, Monday to Friday. Please have your credit or debit card details available and quote your service request/account number.
Complete Part A and Part B of renewal notice (if applicable) and return to Parking Permits, Customer Services Centre, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
Cheques/postal orders/bank drafts must be made payable to Dublin City Council. Do not forward cash by post.
Your Residential Parking Permit will be posted to you at your address.