Offaly County Council (OCC)
Offaly County Council is the authority responsible for local Government in County Offaly, for a population of 82,000 people. Our mission statement is to lead sustainable economic, social and community development in Offaly as we deliver a wide and complex range of services with a strong focus on community, economy, culture and tourism in the county.
Local Government is the main vehicle of governance and public service at local level – leading economic, social and community development, delivering efficient and good value services, and representing citizens and communities as effectively and accountably as possible.
Offaly County Council’s values and principles encompass: People, Local Democracy, Integrity, Quality, Collaboration, Promoting our County, Sustainability and Innovation.
County Offaly is located strategically within the centre of Ireland and ensures good connectivity and quality of life making it a great place to live and work. Local Elections occur every 5 years and Elected Members work with our Management Team and staff to deliver sustainable development projects which benefit current and future generations. We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of innovative thinking, successfully delivering regeneration programmes as we strive to make a real difference through the work we do. We explore projects and opportunities for the development of existing and new tourism trails in our county and provide extensive infrastructure which illustrate a conscious move towards nature based solutions within all projects/developments recognising the value of our location, public realm assets and our people.
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