DublinTown is the collective voice of businesses in Dublin city centre, working to create a better city experience for all. They promote the city centre as the ultimate destination of choice for shopping and socialising while also improving the district through additional cleaning, graffiti removal, floral planting and other initiatives. DublinTown makes the city centre better by connecting influential people in authority with its 2,500 business members. They are advocates using examples and evidence to drive change.
Shop till you drop with a little Elf from DublinTown this Christmas!
DublinTown has opened a special family space, Elf in the City and Shop & Drop on Henry Street – right in the heart of the city’s Christmas shopping centre. A place for families to take some time out from the hustle and bustle of shopping in the city centre, Elf in the City is located […]
Capel Street Movie Screening
As part of the celebration of Dublin City winning a Purple Flag Award, there will be a free outdoor screening of the original Ghostbusters movie this Saturday, October 22nd on Capel Street. Limited seats available from 5pm on a first-come first-served basis and the movie starts at 6pm. We hope to have a selection of […]
The North Inner City Community Safety Partnership welcomes the announcement of funding from the Department of Justice
Community safety wardens will provide a welcoming presence in the area The Local Community Safety Partnership (LCSP) welcomes the announcement of funding for the Community Safety Warden project by Minister Helen McEntee today at an event held in recently renovated Wolfe Tone Park in Dublin City Centre. The funding for the community safety wardens will […]
Capel Street Pedestrianisation Extended
For your information, Dublin City Council has announced a 4-week extension to the Capel Street/Parliament Street weekend traffic-free streets initiative. The initiative (which was due to finish this weekend) will now conclude September 26th. Public consultation for feedback will commence on Monday 30th August. DublinTown will be making a detailed submission, if you would like […]
Dublin Bus Capacity Document
Since the first lockdown, DublinTown has liaised with government departments, Dublin Bus and the National Transport Authority in regards to public transport and a return to a safe, reliable and functioning city centre. Dublin Bus services are currently operating at 75%. Below you will find a link to the most recent Dublin Bus report in regards […]