Draft Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2020

Closes 9 Mar 2020

Opened 27 Jan 2020

Overview

January 2020

Proposed Draft Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2020

The Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2019 came into effect on Monday 1st July 2019.  Dublin City Council adopted the Budget at its meeting on 25th November 2019.  At this meeting it was recommended that there be an increase to the current hourly Parking charges.  At the January 2020 meeting of Dublin City Council it was agreed that a public consultation process be initiated in relation to the proposed amendment to the Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws as detailed below.

The proposed amendment is as follows:

Fees for Pay and Display Parking

It is proposed to increase the charges in all zones across the city by an average of 10%. Again, to encourage motorists to use the Parking Tag App, they will be afforded a reduced rate. The rates for both Cash Customers and Parking Tag Customers are outlined in the table below:

Zone

Cash Rate

Parking Tag Rate

Yellow

€3.50

€3.40

Red

€3.00

€2.90

Green

€1.80

€1.70

White

€1.60

€1.50

Orange

€1.10

€1.05

Blue

€0.80

€0.70

 The adoption of the Bye-Laws is a reserved function of the City Council.

Dublin City Council will consider submissions made by any persons in relation to the draft Bye-Laws.  Submissions must be made either online at https://consultation.dublincity.ie  or  in writing to:

Mr Dermot Stevenson,

Parking Enforcement Officer,

Environment & Transportation Department,

Block 2, Floor 6,

Civic Offices,

Fishamble Street,

Dublin 8

before 4pm on Monday 9th March 2020.

Dublin City Council will consider submissions made by any person in relation to the draft Bye-Laws.  Submissions must be made in writing to 

Mr. Dermot Stevenson,
Parking Enforcement Officer,
Environment and Transportation Department,
Block 2, Floor 6,
Civic Offices,
Fishamble Street,
Dublin 8
.

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