The Department of Transport recently notified the Council of the grants for 2010. In accordance with Circular, the 3-Year Restoration Improvement Grant is suspended for 1 year because of the recent bad weather. Following notification the Council assessed the conditions of roads throughout the County. The criteria for assessment are: road condition traffic…Details
From Thursday 18th February to Friday 19th February from 8.30am to 6pm, works will be taking place at the top of Booterstown Avenue, on the N11 (southbound) at the signalised pedestrian crossing before the bus stop, to install new tactile pavement for visually impaired people.
14th March 2010.
Gulley cleaning and repair work will be carried out at various locatgions on Seapoint Avenue, from Monday March 15th to Friday 19th March 2010, between 10am and 4pm. A stop/go shuttle system will be in place to manage traffic flow.
14th March 2010.
As a result, one southbound traffic lane will be closed to traffic from 10am to 4pm during that period. Northbound traffic will be unaffected.
St Patrick’s Day & Easter Weekend Council bin customers should be advised that on Saint Patrick’s Day (Wednesday March 17th ), Good Friday (2nd April), and Easter Monday (5th April) 2010, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council will not be collecting black bins or bags. Householders are asked to put their black bins or bags out…Details
Council urges all residents and businesses to Support Earth Hour on Saturday March 27th at 8.30pm Join Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and hundreds of millions of other people and organisations across 4,000 cities in 88 countries worldwide in signing up for Earth Hour 2010 in an effort to reduce the impact of global warming. We…Details
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County CouncilWater Restoration Notice
15:00 – 9th March 2010
Clonkeen, Deansgrange, Sallynoggin, Kill Avenue area, Blackrock, Monkstown
Water is being restored to those areas affected by this morning’s interruption in water supply. Full restoration of supplies may take a number of hours.
Ward demands council deals with useless poles 8th March2010. Fine Gael Councillor Barry Ward has called on Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to reduce the number of unnecessary poles and street furniture across the County. In a motion that was unanimously passed by the Council on Monday night, Councillor Ward said that this…Details
I have noticed water leaking from the road on Grove Avenue, near the junction of Grove Avenue and Avoca Avenue, on the Glenart Avenue side of the junction, on the north-east side of the avenue. I have reported this to the Council by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and I would encourage people who are aware of…Details
Frank Austin, Director of Water Services for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, delivered teh below report to the Council this evening (08/03/2010) on the water supply in the County: Water Supply in the County The Dublin region, consisting Dún Loaghaire-Rathdown, the other three Dublin county councils, Kildare, northern Wicklow and a small part of…Details