Save Dodder Valley Park

0 have signed. Let’s get to 5,000!

The bulldozers are already on-site, we urgently need your help to save our park.

Dodder Valley Park is an unspoiled, natural treasure in the heart of South County Dublin. It is a shining example of biodiversity in action and is home to countless species of flora and fauna including badgers, rabbits, foxes, pine martins, hedgehogs, herons and kingfishers; along with protected species of bats. South Dublin County Council are about to obliterate this precious ecosystem and replace it with a football pitch and a running track that few people in the community want or need. In mere weeks this unique habitat could be gone forever along with the animals and plants that need it to survive. We will not let this happen without a fight. Please sign our petition to preserve Dodder Valley Park as a wildlife habitat. We are asking South Dublin County Council to stop this unnecessary development now and instead to protect the park as a nature reserve.