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Emergency Management

26 Mar 2020

Fingal County Council and COVID-19: Help us to help you.

Our offices are open by appointment only.

You can contact Customer Care at 01-8905000 or at customercareun[email protected].

Further information in relation to our services is available on

Please use the post-box outside our offices for correspondence/forms if required.

Further information here.

Stay Safe

Environmental Issues

Dog Fouling Control

Litter Management

Under the Litter Pollution Acts (1997-2009) it is an offence not to clean up after your dog. If your dog has fouled in a public place it is your responsibility to dispose of it in a proper manner. If you don't clean up your dogs waste you can receive a fine of €150 or a fine in the District Court of up to €3,000.

Dog owners cause a health hazard by not removing their dog waste from streets, parks, beaches, playgrounds and other public places where people and children walk and play. Dogs are largely responsible for an infection known as toxocariasis which mostly affects children. Dog waste can be placed in any litter bin. Please help to keep Fingal free from dog fouling by playing your part.

Green Dog Walkers Initiative

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