About Clontarf Residents' Association
- About Clontarf Residents Association
More About The Clontarf Residents' Association
Since 1970 the Clontarf Residents’ Association has been advocating on behalf of the residents of Clontarf. Currently the Association is involved in 3 major projects - the fight to Save St Anne’s, the Flood Defence on the Promenade and the works on the Clontarf Road from Bull Bridge to the Causeway Road.
The running of the Association and these campaigns is funded through the membership subscription of €20 per annum per household. See payment options here. Every resident in Clontarf is entitled to become a member of the CRA. We would encourage you to join your Association and have your say.
The CRA looks at issues that impact on the wider Clontarf community. Consultation with residents and local groups is key to that work. We regularly coordinate campaigns on behalf of residents in matters of mutual interest and work with local road associations that are managing area specific issues. We do not get involved in planning or other disputes between individual neighbours.
The CRA Committee meets once a month throughout the year. We also hold an Annual General Meeting which is open to all members.
If you wish to contribute your skills and experience to support the Association, either as a committee member or to help with specific campaigns, or, you would like to be informed about our work please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all things Clontarf related, including information on ongoing campaigns check out www.loveclontarf.ie, which is part funded by the CRA subscription.
CRA is non-sectarian, non-racist and non-party-political. We promote the interests of members in a democratic fashion and with respect for all. We encourage community integration and we respect multi-culturalism and diversity.