Your Ideas. Your Budget. Your Vote.
You decide how to spend €300,000 in your community.
Participatory Budgeting is a local democratic process which facilitates citizens in a local community to directly decide how to spend a portion of a public budget in their area. It gives people direct power to determine spending priorities to improve their community.
South Dublin County Council has allocated €300,000 for the Lucan-Palmerstown area. Residents through a combination of locally facilitated workshops and an online consultation portal are invited to submit their spending priorities for this budget.
How Will This Work?
- Community Workshops will be held where you can put your ideas forward. You will also be able to submit your ideas online!
- Ideas are assessed and costed. Then put up for Public Vote!
- The idea(s) with the highest number of votes will proceed to implementation.
Tuesday 7th March: Adamstown – St. John the Evangelist School – 7pm – Link to map
Monday 13th March: Lucan – Lucan Leisure Centre – 7pm – Link to map
Wednesday 15th March: Palmerstown – Palmerstown Community School – 6.30pm – Link to map
Find Out More
Find out more here: www.southdublin.ie/haveyoursay/
Download the poster: Participatory Budgeting Poster