Donna Cooney

Councillor for Clontarf

My vision for Clontarf

I want to protect and enhance our local amenities, and to create a place where people can live secure and fulfilling lives within their community.

What I stand for

I stand for a local government that is responsive and well resourced to meet your needs and the needs of the community. Providing real solutions for a cleaner, greener, healthier, more sustainable future for you, your family and your community.

My priorities

    • Protecting our beautiful natural and built heritage in Dublin Bay and in our parks. Providing enhanced public transport, with a well designed, safer cycling and walking environment. Making communities strong and resilient so we can meet the challenges of Climate Change.
    • Providing solutions so we can have homes for all and a more equal society where the most vulnerable in our communities are protected. Giving people real opportunities to live happy healthy and connected lives.
    • Securing access to all the services and amenities we need in our communities, from health and education to sports and culture.
    • Safeguarding access to quality childcare and care for older people in our communities. Creating living communities designed with consideration for children and people who are less mobile. Supporting local shops and businesses. Keeping our streets clean and safe, protecting our trees.

My experience

I have been a community activist for 25 years, working to protect Dublin Bay, the Promenade, St. Anne’s Park, and Fairview Trees & Park. I have campaigned against bad developments; improving our area with cycle-ways, playgrounds and sporting facilities. A founder of Dublin Bay North Repeal the Eighth, I am committed to equality and climate action.

Latest activities

29th June 2021

Dublin Bay water testing and treatment to be extended thanks to Green Party Councillors and local campaigners

12th May 2021

EPA recommendation for year-round water monitoring a necessary step – Cllr Cooney

12th April 2021

Green councillor brings emergency motion for Moore Street Area to Dublin City Council

5th March 2021

Green Party welcomes Moore Street renewal as part of €430m fund for Dublin projects

17th February 2021

Green Party launches vision for Moore Street

7th September 2020

Greens welcome move to provide bicycle parking in Dublin City car parks

2nd June 2020

The Green Party welcomes the release of detailed designs for the proposed Clontarf to City Centre Cycle Route.

19th May 2020

Dublin City Council must do everything in its power to protect Bull Island after large grass fire devastates wildlife – Greens

10th April 2020

Real supports needed to help artists through Covid-19 crisis, say Green Party Councillors

4th October 2019

Green Party councillors are calling for urgent action to save Moore Street market

24th July 2019

Councillors to meet Irish Water to discuss sewage discharge into Dublin Bay

9th July 2019

Government must stop dragging feet on air pollution: Greens

25th June 2019

Green Councillor becomes Ireland’s first ‘Bicycle Mayor’

26th March 2019

Green Party call for more details from Irish Water on Greater Dublin Drainage Project

26th February 2019

Irish Water must come clean on what is happening in the Ringsend waste water plant: Greens