Fingal County Council

07
July
2021

Water outage/low pressure in Howth, Wed 07/07/2021

Water outage/low pressure in Howth, Wed 07/07/2021

Low water pressure in Howth, Wednesday 7th June 2021 and continuing overnight until 10am tomorrow morning due to mechanical failure impacting pumps at Corr Bridge Pumping Station and the resultant low water level at Dungriffin and Baily Reservoirs. Most areas will experience low water pressure, while outages may be experienced intermittently on higher ground upwards from Offington Estate/Evora Park/Nashville Park to the Summit. Repair works are in progress and expected to be completed overnight. It will take a number of hours on completion of works  for the Reservoirs to refill and full pressure to be restored.

Areas affected:

  • All of Howth.

We regret any inconvenience caused by this disruption.

Irish Water is aware of this outage. 

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Fingal County Council

07
July
2021

Temporary Do not Swim Notices Balbriggan , Rush

Temporary Do not Swim Notices Balbriggan , Rush

Temporary Do not Swim Notices issued for Front Strand Balbriggan & Rush South Beach

Please be advised that Temporary Do not Swim Notices have been issued today for Front Strand Balbriggan and Rush South Beach due to an an increase in bacteria levels in the results of the bathing water samples taken on July 5th, 2021.  The likely cause is urban and agricultural run-off. 

A resample was taken for Balbriggan Front Strand on the 7/7/21 given early warning high E.Coli levels, with results due 9/7/21. Resamples scheduled for Rush South and Portrane on the 8/7/21 with results due 10/7/21. 

All other identified bathing waters met the standard for “excellent” quality. The non-identified bathing water at Malahide Beach (constant red flag) met with “excellent” status also.

Front Strand Balbriggan and Rush North Beach remain open but beach users are asked to respect the ‘Do Not Swim’ notices as they have been put in place to ensure that the health of bathers is not compromised.

Members of the public can check for water quality at any of the monitored bathing waters in Ireland in advance by accessing the EPA website at www.beaches.ie  or by checking the notice board at the entrance to each beach. 

https://www.fingal.ie/news/temporary-do-not-swim-notices-issued-front-strand-balbriggan-rush-south-beach

 


Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Community Notices, Fingal County Council

07
July
2021

Water outage in Dublin 15, Wednesday 7th July 2021

Water outage in Dublin 15, Wednesday 7th July 2021

Water outage in Dublin 15, Wednesday 7th  July 2021 to facilitate emergency repairs - Water off until 3pm today (approx.).

Areas affected:

  • Mount Symon Ave/Lawn.

We regret any inconvenience caused by this disruption.

Irish Water is aware of this outage.  

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Fingal County Council

05
July
2021

Water outage in Malahide, Monday 5th July 2021

Water outage in Malahide, Monday 5th July 2021

Water outage in Malahide, Monday 5th July 2021 due to a burst watermain - Water off until 4pm today (approx.).

Areas affected:

  • Seabury Heights/Lawns.

We regret any inconvenience caused by this disruption.

Irish Water is aware of this outage.  

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Fingal County Council

05
July
2021

Water outage in Balbriggan, Monday 5th July 2021

Water outage in Balbriggan, Monday 5th July 2021

Water outage in Balbriggan, Monday 5th July 2021 due to a burst watermain - Water off until 2pm today (approx.).

Area affected:

  • Hampton Cove.

We regret any inconvenience caused by this disruption.

Irish Water is aware of this outage.  

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Water Disruptions, Fingal County Council

05
July
2021

Weekly Planning Alert issued by Fingal County Council

Weekly Planning Alert issued by Fingal County Council

Weekly Planning Alert issued by Weekly Planning Alert issued by Fingal County Council. Details of new and decided applications over the previous week.

Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Planning, Fingal County Council

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