South Dublin County Council is taking part in an #ourcouncilday Twitter campaign today.

The goal of the campaign is to help to increase public engagement and to raise awareness of services provided by the council.

Members of the public are invited to join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtags #ourcouncilday or #ÁrLáSaChomhairle.

This is the second year of the campaign which was launched in 2017.

Last year, the campaign was successful in generating community engagement. 1,481 Twitter accounts contributed to over 5,000 tweets.

#Ourcouncilday highlights services such as transportation, housing, arts, heritage, the library services, fire service, civil defence, parks and playgrounds, sports facilities, litter
control, enterprise units, community infrastructure, financial supports, and others.

Full details about services are available here.

Cllr Paul Gogarty, Mayor of South Dublin County Council said: “South Dublin County Council uses Twitter and other social media channels to further our communication, and information exchange with members of the public.

“By taking part in Twitter Day today we aim to engage with even more people and raise awareness of the many different services South Dublin County Council provides. I’d encourage people to engage in the conversation by following #ourcouncilday and discover more about South Dublin County Council.”