Annual Budget

The revenue budget deals with the day to day expenditure of maintaining and providing services throughout the county.

Annual Budget 2017 

The 2017 Budget was adopted by the Elected Members on the 8th November 2016

Adopted Annual Budget 2017

Sources of Council funding

The Council Revenue Budget is funded from the following sources:

  • Commercial rates
  • Local Property Tax
  • Government grants
  • Irish Water
  • Pension contributions
  • Rents/loan repayments
  • Income from goods and services

Preparing a Revenue Budget

Fingal County Council's Revenue Budget for 2017 is €216 million. 

Each year the Council is legally obliged to prepare and adopt a budget projecting income and expenditure streams for the following year.  The budgets are prepared by the Chief Executive in consultation with the Corporate Policy Group.  However, it is the role of your local elected Councillors to adopt the budget with or without amendments. 

There is a statutory timeframe within which the budget must be adopted.  This is decided by the Department of Housing Planning Community and Local Government. The budget is sub-divided into 8 divisions, as follows: 

Division A  -  Housing and Building
Division B  -  Road Transport and Safety
Division C  -  Water Supply and Sewerage
Division D  -  Development Incentives and Controls
Division E  -  Environmental Protection
Division F  -  Recreation and Amenity
Division G  -  Agriculture, Education, Health and Welfare
Division H  -  Miscellaneous Services

These Divisions are further broken down into services and sub-services which can be seen in the detail of the budget book.


Annual Budget 2008

Annual Budget 2009 

Annual Budget 2010

Annual Budget 2011

Annual Budget 2012 

Annual Budget 2013 

Annual Budget 2014 

Annual Budget 2015 

Annual Budget 2016