Fingal County Council has approved an ambitious €767m three-year Capital Programme which sets out significant investment on projects across the County, with a strong emphasis on the delivery of housing, active travel measures and greenway infrastructure over its lifetime. (more…)
There is a high risk of coastal flooding in Fingal today as a result of the incoming #StormBrendan and a higher than normal spring tide. Residents and Motorists in the following areas are advised to be particularly aware of the threat posed and not to park cars in areas prone to flooding. The (more…)
So it’s nearly time to take down the Christmas tree for another year and if you had a real tree you will be happy to know that you can drop your tree off for recycling from 1st to 15th January 2019. Please note that only Christmas trees will be accepted, other green waste, Christmas tree (more…)
Fingal County Council is inviting submissions from the public in response to the Draft Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024. The Draft Action Plan has been developed by the four Dublin local authorities alongside the Dublin energy agency Codema. Fingal County Council’s public consultation (more…)
Fingal County Council has lifted the Temporary ‘Do Not Swim’ Notice for Rush South Beach which was issed last Friday due to the risk of deterioration in water quality following an emergency sewage overflow at Rush East Shore.
Samples of the water were taken on Monday and the results (more…)
Cllr Grainne Maguire has forwarded a notice from George Sharpson, Principal Environmental Health Officer instructing that Advisory Notices be displayed at all beaches due to overflows at a number of pump stations. Red Flags will be flown at all beaches and Blue Flags (4 beaches) (more…)