Councillor at Fingal County Council
Joe is an Independent Councillor Candidate for the Swords Electoral Area. Joe was elected to Fingal County Council in 2014.
Joe’s manifesto for election was based on what he heard calling door to door and listening to the people of Fingal. He is there to work on behalf of the people of Fingal and to strengthen relationships between the local council and the people of Fingal.
Swords Woodland Association are celebrating National Tree Week by presenting a Biodiversity Award Certificate to Kilcoskan National School. The certificate is in recognition of their participation in the biodiversity project and promoting the the "Grow A Native Tree...read more
Message from Swords Tidy Towns Group: Swords Tidy Towns The St Patricks Day Parade will soon be upon us. As is our tradition we want to invite all our followers their children, family and friends to walk with us on the day in this yearly celebration. Green is the...read more
The All Weather Pitch Proposed will replace an existing Soccer and GAA pitch. It is also proposed to create a 135 space car park. Please see the information below. if you wish to make your views known log on to the consultation link and make a...read more
A growing number of primary schools in the Swords area are now part of the "Grow A Native Locally" biodiversity project promoted by the Swords Woodland Association,The students learn about many factors related to woodlands, including lessons in how trees absorb and...read more
The number 196 Flexibus local link is providing a bus service between the Pavillions in Swords and Knocksedan. for online information log on to locallink.ie or phone 180030307 or 0469074830 email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org vehicles are wheelchair accessible and the DSP...read more
The Fingal Leader Partnership has launched a home computer support service for over 55s. Trained advisors will help people with little or no prior experience of computers or mobile phones. All advisors have been Garda vetted and they will carry identification at all...read more
The Swords Tidy Towns Group have won a Diversity Award as well as a Silver Medal in the Tidy Towns Competition 2017. The TidyTowns committee was recognised for its efforts to include all of the Swords community, on an inter-generational and inter-cultural basis, in...read more
As part of the Creative Fingal Programme, Fingal County Council will support individuals and groups to develop initiatives that support culture and creativity in the community. The scheme is open for applications from June 2017 with €20,000 made available in the...read more
There is an ongoing problem with regards people dumping rubbish at the bottle bank in River Valley. I would urge any resident who observes people dumping at this area to report the individual to the environment and litter department in the council. The cost of the...read more
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Purple Flag, a not-for profit, mutual organisation, owned by it’s members, which focuses on the creation, development, and management of vibrant and viable town and city centres. Swords holds the purple flag and we continue to ensure it retains the flag: