“fixyourstreet.ie” is a service launched on 2nd of August, 2011 whereby you can report issues to your local Council. fixyourstreet.ie consists of a publicly accessible web site with associated mobile technologies on which non emergency issues such as graffiti, road defects, issues with street lighting, water leaks/drainage issues, and litter or illegal dumping can be reported.
As promised in the programme for government, issues raised on “fixyourstreet.ie” will be responded to within 2 working days. The response available through the website will always be given by an official of the relevant Council.
What areas are covered?
As of 1st of January 2013, you can report issues for the attention of any Irish local authority.
Is the site available through the Irish language?
Yes, fixyourstreet has a full Irish language implementation available at www.deisighdoshraid.ie
What is the ‘beta’ tag on the site?
Because fixyourstreet continues to develop, the site and associated services are being placed at a ‘beta’ status. The functionality offered may change or develop further to meet the aspirations of the service delivery.
Is there an app?
Yes. Currently we support the Android mobile phone platform, and you'll find it in the google play store.
There is an iPhone version coming real soon so please hang in there. The web site itself www.fixyourstreet.ie is mobile enabled which gives a simple interface for viewing and reporting issues through the mobile phone web browser.
How can I get the app?
- Follow this link on your Android mobile phone to download and install the fix your street app,
- Search the google play store for "fix your street ireland" and install from there, or
- Scan the QR code below to bring you to the app in the google play store.
Privacy / Open Data / Open Source
fixyourstreet.ie is built on open source technology and facilitates openness and transparency by keeping each issue reported through fixyourstreet.ie and its progress in the public domain and available to anyone through the website and mobile interfaces.
As the service is open - dealing only with non personal information, third parties will be free to analyse and interact with the service and information reported on the system. For those technically minded, an API (application programming interface) is available to interact with the service in a structured manner.