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Polling Schemes

Electoral Act 1992 (as amended)
Electoral (Polling Schemes) Regulations 2005

County of Meath Polling Scheme

Meath County Council in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 28 of the Electoral Act, as amended, has now made a new Polling Scheme for the County of Meath. The Scheme divides the County into polling districts and appoints a polling place for each polling district for the purposes of elections and referenda.

This Polling Scheme will come into effect from 15th February 2016.

The Polling Scheme can be viewed during normal office hours at the offices of Meath County Council at the following locations:

  • County Hall, Railway Street, Navan
  • Kells Civic Office, Headfort Place, Kells
  • Duleek Civic Office, Main Street, Duleek
  • Dunshaughlin Civic Office, Drumree Road, Dunshaughlin
  • Trim Civic Office, Mornington House, Summerhill Road, Trim
  • Ashbourne Civic Office, 1-2 Killegland Square Upper, Killegland Street, Ashbourne

Copies can be purchased for a fee of €10.  

Meath County Council Polling Scheme - Adopted 5th October 2015 pdf, 207kb

Ashbourne MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 5,401kb

Kells MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 6,900kb

Laytown Bettystown MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 5,686kb

Navan MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 4,171kb

Ratoath MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 6,023kb

Trim MD Polling Scheme Map pdf, 5,541kb