Mountview Fortlawn Community Campus Ltd comprises of the Mountview Youth & Community Centre and the Fortlawn Community Facility. The Mountview Youth & Community Centre has one of the largest indoor sports halls in Dublin 15 and large meeting rooms and changing facilities. In November 2010 a floodlight FIFA 1-Star 5-Aside all weather pitch was added to the centre facilities.
The Fortlawn Community Facility sits on landscaped grounds within the Fortlawn estate with a childrens playground and raised beds for community horticultural projects and a reflection corner in memory of local community activist Noeleen O'Brien. It's facilities include a coffee dock area, large meeting room, small board room and offices for the Garda Youth Crime diversion WEB Project and Mountview youth workers. For all events in both facilities please click on the Events tab above. For bookings or enquirys down load a form opposite or click on the Contact Us tab above and send us a message.
Mountview Fortlawn Community Campus Ltd was setup in July 2008 to manage and maintain the Fortlawn Community Facility and the Mountview Youth & Community Centre. Both facilities are owned by Fingal County Council and part funded by Fingal County Council, Co Dublin VEC and Pobal. With the two facilities the Mountview community boast one of the best community campus' in the country.
The Fortlawn Community Facility was built in 2005 and boasts a large reception area, coffee dock, medium size hall which seats upto 50 people, a board room which seats up to 15 people and a playground and community gardens at the rear of the facility. It also houses the offices for the local Mountview Youth Worker and the WEB Project (Garda Youth Crime Diversion Programme).
Mountview Youth & Community Centre is the latest project delivered by Fingal County Council and it's state of the art design delivered by reflects the young vibrant population of the Mountview community whilst delivering practical solutions to building and energy management. The building opened it's doors in late September 2009 and was officially opened by Minister of Finance Brian Lenihan and Mayor of Fingal Cllr. Ciaran Byrne on June 12th 2010. The centre has state of the art meeting rooms which can be used for training, meetings, groups, classes etc. The centre also boasts a large sports hall (Approx 630 Square metres) which caters for indoor football, basketball,futsal, badminton, volleyball, table tennis, indoor bowls and community events.
Their are four changing rooms each with shower facilities. Mountview Youth & Community Centre is also the home to HOPE Autism Montessori and Mountview Boys & Girls FC.