Register to Vote

Don’t Miss Out on Your Chance to Vote!

New to the area? New to Ireland? Just turning 18? Make sure you are registered to vote. If you have registered already, the process has
changed and further details are required.

  • Anyone over 18 and resident in Ireland can vote in the Local Elections.
  • Irish Citizens and British Citizens living in Ireland can vote in General Elections.
  • Irish Citizens and Citizens of the EU who live in Ireland can vote in European Elections.
  • The electoral registration process has changed and it is now easier to register to vote and to update your details. Even if you are already registered, you now need to add your PPSN, date of birth and Eircode.
  • Even if you are registered, everyone is being asked to check and complete their details by adding their PPSN, date of birth and Eircode. Visit for more information.

Local Elections

Every resident, in Ireland, aged 18 and over regardless of their nationality can vote in Local Elections, usually held every 5 years in May. The next local
election will be held in June 2024. You can check to see if you are registered to vote with your local authority or visit:

If you wish to be included on the Electoral Register and register to vote you can submit a paper application form or apply online at the following website:

Alternatively, you can pick up the form from your local Garda station, library or council office. Once completed, please return the form to your local authority. On the envelope, write ‘Electoral Register’ and the address of your local authority. You may post using a standard stamp. See local authority details for the Lucan Electoral Area (LEA) below.

Contact Details for South Dublin County Council

The Lucan Electoral Area (LEA) is in South Dublin County Council, County Hall Tallaght, Dublin 24, D24 YNN5

Phone (01) 414 9000