|Traffic and Parking||Road Sweeping|
|Street Lighting||Litter Warden|
|Road and Footpath Maintenance||Drain and Gully Cleaning|
|Private Trees||Back-yard Burning|
|Gas Emergency||Electricity Emergency/Outage|
Reporting of incidents or issues for the council can be done directly at https://www.dlrcoco.ie/en/report-it. The council’s website can be found at https://www.dlrcoco.ie but here is some information that may be useful.
The list for Dundrum on 28 October 2018 is:
|Councillor Shay Brennan
31 Finsbury Park, Churchtown, Dublin 14
|Councillor Daniel Dunne
126 Meadow Park, Churchtown, Dublin 14
|email@example.com||The Green Party|
|Councillor Pat Hand
25 Chestnut Grove, Ballinteer, Dublin 16
|Councillor Brian Murphy
C/o Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
|Councillor Sorcha Nic Cormaic
54 Goatstown Close, Goatstown, Dublin 14
|Councillor Seamas O’Neill
69 Bird Avenue, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14
|Councillor Grace Tallon
5 Sweetmount Avenue, Dundrum, Dublin 14
Traffic and Parking
Members of the public can call Garda Traffic Watch lo-call number1890 205 805 to report aggressive driver behaviour, driving hazards and traffic-related incidents. Calls are answered and logged by civilian personnel at the Garda Information Services Centre, Castlebar. The reported incident is then forwarded to the relevant Garda Station for investigation.
If you have an enquiry about street lighting in your area, please contact the Public Lighting Section in the Transportation Department on 01-2054809.
Please note that the trees on grass verges, in parks etc. are public property and these should not be cut back or cut down. If there is a tree in your area that needs to be cut back, please contact your Parks Department on 01-2054700 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for this to be added to the tree care programme.
If there are trees dangerously overhanging a public road or footpath and these trees are from a public area, it is the Council’s responsibility to maintain them. If you have a complaint about a dangerous tree, please contact your Parks Department on 01-2054700 or email@example.com.
If a tree belonging to a resident is dangerously overhanging a public road or footpath, please contact the Roads Maintenace Section on 01-2054879 or email them on firstname.lastname@example.org and they will serve a notice to the resident.
Road and Footpath Maintenance
If a footpath or road is defective and in need of renewal in your area, please contact the Roads Maintenance Section on 01-2054879 or email them on email@example.com
If there is an existing road sign or plate that is damaged and needs replacing you should contact the Roads Maintenance Section on 01-2054879 or email them on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Road Sweeping schedule is operational between March and October. Please see the link below to find out when your road / street is due to be swept. The Council does not collect bags of leaves. If your road or estate needs to be swept, please contact email@example.com, phone 01-2054817 or freephone 1800-403503.
The schedule for roadsweeing is available from the council. The current schedule is that Balally estate is cleaned on Wednesdays on the week 2 route.
Each ward in the country has been assigned a litter warden and a staff member to deal with queries that you may have relating to litter and illegal dumping. The contact for Balally is Denise Muntner. Denis may also be contacted to request that streets are swept and gullies cleaned etc.
To report littering issues or illegal dumping, please contact the Environment Department on 01-2054817, free-phone 1800-403503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drain and Gully Cleaning
Blocked gullies should be reported to the Environment Department on 01-2054817 or email email@example.com and the Council will make the necessary arrangements to have the situation dealt with.
The burning of waste is illegal.If you wish to report any incident of burning phne 01-2047954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gas Networks Ireland
Phone: 1850-372999 or 021-2382410
To report a water leak that you’ve spotted on public property in your area use the form at the previous link. This includes footpaths, roads, communal open spaces and public recreational facilities.
Phone: 1850 278 278 or 01 707 2828
If you need our urgent help as the issue relates to sewer flooding, pollution or any other issue that is a health and safety or environmental risk, it’s important for you to call us on 1850 278 278 or 01 707 2828 so we can help you straight away.