Polling schemes are available for each Local Constituency in Dublin City by clicking on the links below. The polling scheme lists each polling place which will be used in the General Election in February 2020 and shows which portions of the electoral register are assigned to each polling place.
NOTICE OF THE TAKING OF A REFERENDUM
Notice is hereby given that referendums will be taken on the proposal contained in these Bills.
The Bill may be viewed at www.oireachtas.ie
The poll will be held on the 8th day of March 2024, between the hours of 7.00a.m. and 10.00p.m.
Issued by the Local Returning Officer.
Constituencies: Dublin North-West, Dublin Bay North, Dublin Central, Dublin Bay South, Dublin South Central
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage has appointed 8 March 2024 as the day upon which polling shall take place at the referendum to be held on the proposal for the amendment of the Constitution contained in the Thirty-ninth Amendment of the Constitution (The Family) Bill 2023 and the Fortieth Amendment of the Constitution (Care) Bill 2023. Polling will take place between the hours of 7.00am and 10.00pm. A copy of the order is available for download by clicking the link below.
We are now accepting applications for work on the Referendums which are expected to be held on 8th March 2024. You can apply by clicking on "Apply for Work" in the menu at the left hand side of this web page.
We will ONLY accept applications made through this website so please do not phone or write to us looking for work.
Persons campaigning for either side in any referendum being held on that date are NOT ELIGIBLE to work for us on this election.
Returning Officer’s Privacy Statement
The Returning Officer for Dublin Bay South constituency is responsible under electoral law for the conduct of Dáil elections and for taking the poll and counting the votes at Presidential and European Parliament elections and referendums.
The Returning Officer is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This privacy statement explains how the Returning Officer, as the Data Controller, will process the personal data provided to him or her in respect of elections and referendums; how that information will be used, and what rights you may exercise in relation to your personal data.
The privacy statement may be viewed by clicking the following link.
You can contact us via any of the following methods.Post
Dublin City Returning Officer.
54 Fitzwilliam Square,
(Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm)