Dublin City Council advises that due to essential works there will be disruption to water supply resulting in a reduction in service with reduced pressures and loss of supply in some areas on Sunday 30th June 2013. The areas likely affected are listed below:
- Griffith Ave, from Charlemont to the Malahide Road
- Malahide Road, from Griffith Ave to Tonlagee Road
- Tonlagee Road to Kilbarrack Road
- Kilbarrack Road to the Dublin Road
and all above surrounding areas.
Including: Donnycarney, Artane, Killester, Coolock, Edenmore, Kilbarrack, Raheny and surrounding areas.
The attached map indicates the areas which will most likely to be affected by the water shut. You can zoom in by changing the view to 100%.
Dublin City Council will provide a number of water tankers. There will be mobile tankers available to go to the areas where they are most needed, in response to requests from the general public or from businesses. We will also have a stationary tanker located close to the grounds of Donnycarney Parish Church on the Malahide Road. This tanker should remain at this location all day (9.30am-5pm on Sunday 30th June 2013) leaving only to refill if necessary.
All efforts will be made to carry out the work in the optimum time and to minimise disruption as far as is possible. Dublin City Council apologises for the inconvenience caused. With your co-operation and understanding we hope to keep the disruption to a minimum.
For further information please contact:
01-2222222 / 01 2220600 (Business Hours)
01-6796186 (After hours)
01 8643634 (North City Maintenance Depot, Sunday 30th June, 9.30am -5pm)