Following recent heavy rainfall and improving river and ground water conditions the Water Conservation Order (better known as the hosepipe ban) has been lifted. See https://t.co/7PktBiImQq for more.

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MMRA Treasurer Position – Applications Welcome

After many years of fine service Brendan McManus is stepping down as Honourable Treasurer of the MMRA. If you are a member and would like to be considered for this voluntary position please contact mmra@mountmerrion.ie.

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MMRA 2020 Membership

FY2020 annual subscriptions can now be paid online or by cheque/cash to the Subscription Coordinator. Thank you for your continued support.

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Mount Merrion is a suburban estate in South County Dublin developed on lands once the seat of the Viscounts Fitwilliam. Centred around the Deerpark, a public park first landscaped by the 5th Viscount, and the remains of the house he built there in 1711, Mount Merrion today is generally considered to be bounded to the North by The UCD campus at Belfield, to the East by the N11 and Booterstown and Blackrock, to the South by Stillorgan and  Kilmacud, and to the West by Goatstown and Clonskeagh.

The Mount Merrion Residents Association, founded in 1935, is the oldest residents’ association in continuous existence in Ireland. It represents the following roads:

  • Callary Road
  • Cedarmount Road
  • Cherry Garth
  • Chestnut Road
  • Clonmore Road
  • The Close
  • Cypress Road
  • Deerpark Road
  • Fosters Avenue
  • The Fosters
  • Glenabbey Road
  • Greenfield Road
  • Greygates
  • Iris Grove
  • Lower Kilmacud Road
  • Mather Road North
  • Mather Road South
  • Mount Anville Road
  • North Avenue
  • Owenstown Park
  • Redesdale Crescent
  • Redesdale Road
  • The Rise
  • Roebuck Ave
  • St Thomas Road
  • St Thomas Mead
  • South Avenue
  • Sycamore Road
  • Sycamore Cresent
  • Sycamore Avenue
  • Thornhill Road
  • Trees Avenue
  • Trees Road Lower
  • Trees Road Upper
  • Wilson Crescent
  • Wilson Road

At its peak, Mount Merrion rises to 82m (269ft) above sea level.