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Following a ‘Yellow’ wind and rain warning issued today by Met Éireann, Storm Dennis will bring some very wet and very windy weather over the weekend in to Monday. The public are advised to observe caution and not to enter Parks or Open Spaces where large trees are present during high winds.  Caution should also be observed on roads and paths due to the risk of trees/branches falling.

The Parks and Landscapes Services Division plans, designs and manages the City's landscapes to provide an attractive and sustainable City. The Division also aims to meet the social, recreational and conservational needs of the City and its citizens.

For a list of Parks in the Ballymun area, please click here.

For more information about Parks, please click here.

Playgrounds

For children play is the most important thing they do. Children love playing, it comes naturally to them, they will do it anywhere and anytime, though they prefer and benefit from spending time playing outdoors. Play is essential to the healthy development of children and young people – not just their physical development, but their social, motory and cognitive development too.
Dublin City Council maintains about 100 playgrounds around the city, some in parks and some in housing complexes.

For a list of Playgrounds in the Ballymun area, please click here.



 

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