Which methods of communication from the City of Dublin do you use to receive news and information about what is happening in the City? How can the City of Dublin better communicate with you?
We want to better understand how you get your news and information about what is happening in Dublin.
The City of Dublin strives to provide timely, effective communication to the Dublin community with a goal of increasing citizen understanding and awareness of local government.
Sharing relevant information is also the cornerstone of improving government transparency and gaining community participation in the decision-making process. To that end, the City of Dublin has launched this new online form, “Open City Hall,” in order to increase civic engagement. The City will identify issues in the community and ask for community feedback without being confined to a City Council or Commission agenda. The feedback is available to all site visitors and will be communicated directly to City staff and officials.
In the ever-changing communications landscape, the City recognizes that there is a multitude of ways that our residents and businesses receive information.
Please participate in this brief survey so we can gain information on how we share news with the community.
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