• A Repair Café is a simple concept which brings together local volunteers who have the skills to repair broken household objects. You can bring along broken lamps, bikes, chairs, jewellery, stereos and other household objects and get them repaired, free of charge.
    These cafés are supported by Dublin City Council and the Environmental Protection Agency.
    The next repair café will be held on Sunday 7th Dec from 1pm to 4pm in the Parish Hall of St John the Baptist Church, Seafield Road West, Clontarf.
     

  • Dublin at Christmas 13th November – 1st January 

    Dublin City has some fantastic events taking place to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. These events range from the Christmas markets, Tree Lighting Ceremonies, NYE festival and more.  Find out about our Upcoming Events...

    Find details of the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies in your area

  • Dublin City Council has begun preparing the new City Development Plan 2016 – 2022. It will set out a shared vision and direction for the future development of our city.

    To inform this process, Dublin City Council have put together an Issues Paper, which highlights some of the 'big picture' priority issues for the city over the next six years.

    We are encouraging citizens, communities and organisations to read through these issues and make observations.  

    http://www.dublincitydevelopmentplan.ie/

     

  • Street Performers Bye-Laws
    Dublin is famous for its music and busking tradition and with this in mind Dublin City Council have drafted bye-laws to regulate busking in Dublin City to help make street performing a more positive experience for everyone.
    In recent years complaints around Street Performing to the City Council, An Garda Síochána and the various business representative organisations have increased significantly.  The complaints mainly relate to loud continuous noise, obstruction of premises, busking taking place late at night disturbing city residents and intimidation by some performers soliciting donations, so the bye-laws are being put in place to help improve this situation.

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  • We are on Pinterest, are you?

    A few months back we started a Pinterest account to share with you images of city, events, historical records and anything interesting that we come across in archives and in our day to day work.

    We are always looking for interesting images of the city. If you have any and would like us to share it in our account, please send it to us to webmaster@dublincity.ie

     

  • Dublin City Council Community Grants Scheme

    Dublin City Council operates a community grants scheme in order to support community participation and involvement.  Under the scheme community and voluntary groups may apply for grants for activities which benefit the local community.   Applications must relate to at least one key priority area in order to be eligible for consideration.

    Key Priority Areas are; Community Development, Social inclusion, Integration, Local area issues, Informal adult education

    Download an application form here.

  • Part VIII Application:  Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market

    A Part VIII application was submitted on 1st October 2014 for part change of use, renovations and improvements to the Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market which presently is underutilized and presents a dilapidated appearance to the public. 
     
    The change of use addresses the introduction of a retail food market and café/ restaurants within the envelope of the existing wholesale food market building, including the provision of a flexible and secure internal layout. 
     
  • 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

  • Image of map of Luas Cross City Works

    Luas Cross City College Green Utility Works


    Utility works associated with the Luas Cross City scheme commenced in the College Green area on Tuesday, 3rd June 2014.

    The works are being carried out during the summer months, when traffic numbers are lower, in order to minimise delays and disruption to road users. More...

HIV Dublin – Our Responsibility: Building an Inclusive Society

The Lord Mayor of Dublin Christy Burke, will host an event in the Mansion House on Monday 1st December at 8.30am to mark World AIDS Day. It is an occasion of celebration to emphasise that HIV is a responsibility for all. The Mansion House will be lit in red from early morning joining with other cities worldwide to highlight the continued existence of HIV and AIDS in Ireland and across the globe.

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Lasadh na Soilse ar an gCrann Nollag i Sráid Uí Chonaill

Cuirfear tús le haimsir na Nollag ag 3.30in ar an 30 lá de mhí na Samhna nuair a thiocfaidh an tArdMhéara Christy Burke isteach go lár Sráid Uí Chonaill ar charr sleamháin agus obair mhór idir láimhe aige. Beidh sé ag lasadh na soilse ar an gcrann Nollag is mo sa chathair agus beidh aoi speisialta in éineacht leis don ócáid mhór– Ashley Kiernan ón eagraíocht ‘Make a Wish Foundation’

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