Have your say – Wed 6th September 

Public meeting

Navan Road Community Council’s public meetings are back after the summer. The next one is on Wednesday 6th September at 8pm in the parish centre. All are welcome.

Residents have been contacting us over the summer with various issues which you may be interested in discussing on the night…

– Traffic and speeding on all routes around Kinvara/The Glens/Croaghpatrick Road/Skreen Rd/Nephin Road

-Development of the Cabra Farm site at Nephin Rd/Navan Rd

-Request for re-installation of a playground in Ashington Park

-Pelletstown/Ashington railway station 

…plus the usual, dog fouling, parking illegally and speeding on the Navan Road.

Policing Forum

Also, the Navan Road/Pelletstown Policing Forum will take place on Thursday 28th September at 7pm in Royal Canal Park Community Centre. This is your chance to bring issues to the attention of an Garda Siochána and Dublin City Council in a public arena. Any items can be sent to us on navanroadcc@gmail.com before 14th September and we will forward them for inclusion on the agenda. 

Update 2nd April – notice of monthly meeting

Notice of Monthly meeting Wednesday 5th April 8.00 pm Parish Centre – ends approx. 9.30. www.navanroad.com
Report From Policing Forum 23rd March :-    
Illegal parking on footpaths raised by many – Gardaí to visit all areas/will impose parking enforcement ;

Bad behaviour at Keyhole (Kinvara Park) entrance to schools, endangering children daily – Gardaí will look at parking enforcement relating to all cars illegally parked.

Requests for speed deterrents Navan Road has gone to Traffic Advisory (TAG) which takes 5 stages. Flashing speed signs are in use within Fingal/D.15 to good effect;

Ashtown Grove – marked for road repairs – we have asked if this to be piecemeal or a proper repair – await confirmation.
 Opinions welcome – Bring your suggestions to our meeting on 5th April.

Update 24 February plus notice of meeting

Our meeting Wednesday 1st March 8.00 pm Parish Centre. We would love to have new people consider joining, and if you have professional experience to offer even better. Attendances at monthly meetings, occasional Committee meeting, and some DCC Council meetings . Also Navan Road/Pelletstown Police Forum, about 3/4 times a year. We were lobbying for this before Pelletstown lands were even re-zoned – some things take gigantic efforts, so determination helps! Result – Forum held alternately on Navan Road and a Pelletstown community centre.
Community Gardaí inform us via our Text Alert system – they will supply an information pack about Personal pendant alarms, such as Pendant; Watch; Fall alarm. Normal cost €250, free to all over 65. NOTE; There is a €66 annual monitoring fee. Information Packs be collected from Cabra Station, or ring 01 6667420, Community Gardaí 01 6667421 – leave a message on voicemail if not there – their work takes them out & about

Upcoming Meeting and Church Gate collection

Our annual church gate collection will take place after all the masses in Navan Road church this coming weekend 1/2 October. Please support our only fundraising effort during the year. The funds go toward printing costs, insurance, and planning submissions and appeals on behalf of the community. 

Our next public meeting will take place next Wednesday 5th October at 8pm in the parish centre. Topics under discussion at the last meeting included traffic, speeding on the main road, planning matters and General Election constituency issues.  All are welcome. 

Update – 29th April

Monthly meeting next Wednesday 4th May – 8.00 pm Parish Centre – Come along to let us know your views.We try to finish by 9/9.30p.m. 

Runs in the Park

Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May ARC 10 K run some road closures from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Ashtown Gate/No right turn inside from 9.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Saturday 7th May – Darkness into Light – some road closures from 3.00 a.m. – 6.45 a.m.   

New trees for the Park – Many larger older trees have had to be felled due to danger and disease such as Ganoderma and Kretzschmaria Deusta which can cause crown or trunk collapse. In commemoration of 1916 a new avenue of 185 Plane Trees is being planted along Furze Road (across main Avenue from Visitor Centre). Think about planting a tree, suitable to smaller gardens, for next generation to enjoy. www.phoenixpark.ie