Use the online service to report non emergency issues relating to:
- road or path defects
- street lighting
- leaks and drainage
- litter and illegal dumping
- tree and grass maintenance.
We’ve listed some useful tips for dealing with problem pipes and drains in the home.
We investigate complaints about smells, fumes and dust from premises in Fingal.
Report Anti-Social Behaviour. Fingal County Council sets out how it deals with bad behaviour in its Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy. In dealing with complaints relating to bad behaviour, we have close contact with An Garda Siochana and other statutory bodies, including the HSE.
Find out what you can do about a barking dog below
Bonfires and the burning of waste is illegal and should be reported to the Litter Hotline:-
1800 20 10 93.
Find out more about dog fouling and the Green Dog Walkers Scheme below
Four Dublin Mayors join forces to combat dog fouling
The Field Monument Advisor (FMA) Scheme is an initiative of the Heritage Council and Fingal County Council to support landowners in the care of archaeological monuments in their ownership.
Report problems in your street.
Flooding can have several causes. It may be due to a weather event, overflowing river banks, coastal storms or blocked or overloaded drainage ditches. We have listed some information on what you should do if you encounter flooding in your area.
The Operations Department maintains all footpaths under our control.
The Operations Department is responsible for the management of graffiti and vandalism in open spaces within the Fingal County Council Administrative area.
The Operations Department is responsible for the management and maintenance of street trees and grass maintenance in neighbourhood parks and open spaces within the Fingal County Council.
Find more information on Irish Water services below
This page relates to litter, illegal dumping and litter awareness
Find more information on what to do if your dog goes missing, if you spot a stray dog, or if you need to rehome a dog below.
Contact Irish Water for all information on water supply, water quality and wastewater issues.
The Protected Disclosures Act came into effect on 15th July 2014.
FInd out more about your responsibilites as the owner of a restricted dog breed below.
The Operations Department maintain all street lights under the control of Fingal County Council.
Unauthorised Development is development and / or use of a structure that is in breach of the Planning Laws. Exempted Development is development for which planning permission is not required. You can also make a complaint about Derelict and Dangerous structures or places.
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If we get test results that don't meet the water quality standards we have a process in place for notifying beach users. Find out more below.