North Inner City Graffiti Removal – February 2018

Dublin City Council’s Public Domain Unit has been working in a number of ways to ensure that items of graffiti are removed across buildings and structures along the North Inner City.

The Council uses its own Waste Management Services in addition to its Corporate Contractor and the Probation Service to remove graffiti. Across the month of January, graffiti was removed from:

  • Cavendish Row, Dublin 1
  • O’Rahilly Parade, Dublin 1
  • North Cumberland Street, Dublin 1
  • Rutland Place, Dublin 1
  • Sheriff Street Upper, Dublin 1
  • Charles Lane, Dublin 1
  • North Circular Road, Dublin 1
  • Strandville Avenue, Dublin 3
  • Spring Garden Street, Dublin 3
  • West Road, Dublin 3
  • Church Road, Dublin 3
  • Dorset Street Upper, Dublin 7
  • Balls Lane, Dublin 7
  • Blackhall Street, Dublin 7
  • Rathdown Lane, Dublin 7
  • Henrietta Lane, Dublin 7
  • Brunswick Street North, Dublin 7
  • Phibsborough Road, Dublin 7
  • Arbour Hill, Dublin 7
  • Ard Righ Road, Dublin 7
  • Moira Road, Dublin 7
  • Godfrey Place, Dublin 7
  • Manor Street, Dublin 7
  • Sean McDermott Street swimming pool, Dublin 1
  • St. Mary’s Mansions, Dublin 1
  • Belvedere Avenue, Dublin 1
  • Fitzgibbon Court, Dublin 1
  • Oxmantown Road, Dublin 7
  • Parkgate Street, Dublin 8

If there are issues with graffiti on your street or avenue, please let me know and I will make arrangements with Dublin City Council for it to be removed.

About raymcadam

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
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