Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council opened the junction of Killiney Hill Road with Military Road as a ‘Four-Way Stop’ type junction on Tuesday 31st August. This type of junction is being proposed on a pilot basis with the aim of improving road safety at the junction for all road users. DLRCC have consulted with the Garda…Details
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has made an order to temporarily close sections of Killiney Hill Road on a phased basis from 3rd August to 15th October 2010 inclusive. The closure is to facilitate roads restoration and ancillary works. A Traffic Management Plan will be in operation and diversions will be signposted. Local and pedestrian…Details
BACKGROUND In 2008 a report of traffic calming was commissioned by DLRCC. The Prioritisation of Traffic Calming Schemes in the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Area Report assessed various roads throughout the county, and a priority ranking was developed to identify the schemes most in need of traffic calming where funding could be identified.…Details
Please note that the third DLRCoCo family fun event “Come learn about butterflies”, which was scheduled for Saturday 29th May, has been postponed until Saturday 5th June. Updated details for this event and a second event, which is taking place on the same day, are provided below. These events are being organised by Dún…Details
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has organised a number of family-oriented events in our parks during May as part of the OWLS (Outdoor, Wildlife, Learning, and Survival) programme. Events are free and open to the public, but booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book, or for more information, you can contact Andrew Fleming…Details
Meet at the main Killiney Beach car park at 10am. Litter pickers, gloves and bags are provided.
For further information contact the Council’s Beaches Section on (01) 205-4748