Department of Rural and Community Development
Published on 22 November 2018
Last updated on 20 April 2023
A Public Participation Network
is a network that allows local authorities to connect with community groups around the country.
The Public Participation Network is the 'go to' for all local authorities who wish to benefit from community and voluntary expertise in their area.
In February 2023, the Department of Rural and Community Development revealed new national branding for the Public Participation Networks.
Interested in learning more? Further information on PPNs and the awareness campaign can be found here.
Public Participation Networks are designed to identify and respond to the needs and priorities of their communities. Each of Ireland’s 31 local authority areas has a PPN. Find your local PPN below:
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