Public toilets to open in Sports Centres, Libraries and City Hall
Dublin City Council is pleased to announce the opening of 22 of its public buildings on a “toilets only” basis.
The Office of City Recovery has been working very closely with colleagues in Sports, Libraries and City Hall to facilitate the opening of these 8 Sports facilities, 13 Libraries and City Hall for members of the public to access for use of toilets.
It is important to note that the primary service provided by these buildings remains closed in accordance with public health guidelines.
The Sports facilities and City Hall will open 7 days a week from Monday 26th April and Libraries will open 6 days a week from Tuesday 4th May.
Appropriate queuing, social distancing and cleaning regimes will be put in place.
These 22 facilities are in addition to the existing 6 facilities provided by Dublin City Council at Wolfe Tone Square, Grafton Street, St. Patrick’s Park Tearooms, Herbert Park Tearooms, St. Anne’s Park Tearooms and the Bull Wall, Dollymount.
Usage will be monitored and reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Dublin City Council’s Office of City Recovery also yesterday issued an invitation to tender for the provision of public conveniences in conjunction with retail units.
Public Toilet Opening Hours
From Monday 26th April:
From Tuesday 4th May:
Arbour Hill, Ballybough, Broadstone, Church Street, City Centre, Clonliffe Road, Constitution Hill, Drumcondra, Dublin City Council, East Wall, Fine Gael, Glasnevin, Grangegorman, Markets, Montpelier, North Circular Road, North Strand, North Wall, Phibsborough, Quays, Rathdown Road, Smithfield, Stoneybatter, Urban Form
Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee