Hansley Served as Dublin’s First City Manager from 1987-2001
- Community volunteer, Dublin resident, and former Dublin City Manager, Tim Hansley, will lead Dublin’s Greenest, Grandest St. Patrick’s Day Parade as the
2017 Grand Leprechaun on Saturday, March 18.
- In this role, Hansley will preside over Parade activities including serving as judge of the Parade float decorating contest featuring more than 110 units.
- Hansley retired from public service in 2016 after nearly 45 years in city and county government. He spent 14 of those years as Dublin’s first City Manager from July 1987 through December 2001; a period in which the City saw significant growth.
- In his nomination of Tim, 2007 Grand Leprechaun A.C. Strip said, “Much of what Dublin is today is a direct result of Tim’s vision and leadership. Many facilities exist due to Tim’s hard work.”
- A graduate of Capital University, the University of Oklahoma and a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, Tim is a volunteer Dublin Community Service Officer and currently serves as President of the Dublin Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association.
- Tim is a Dublin resident and lives in the Brandon subdivision. He enjoys traveling and attending sporting events at Ohio Stadium and at Capital University. His four children all attended Dublin Coffman High School. He especially enjoys spending time with his seven grandchildren.
- For more information and a complete schedule of St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Dublin, visit http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/st-patricks-day-parade/or contact Events Administration at 614.410.4545.
- Love a parade? Join the fun and submit a Parade Application today! Cash prizes will be awarded to the best float entries.
- Sponsor the Parade, or become a Parade Partner! For more information, contact Mary Jo DiSalvo at email@example.com.
- Become a Volunteer! The St. Patrick’s Day Parade wouldn’t be possible without a team of dedicated volunteers.
– Tim Hansley, 2017 Grand Leprechaun
Talk To Us Directly:
- We can arrange a conversation with an Event spokesperson or our Grand Leprechaun – just ask!
- Visit our FAQ Page for quick tips and information on the City of Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The City of Dublin will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Greenest, Grandest parade on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Dublin’s Irish attitude will be on display as more than 100 units travel from Metro Place through Historic Dublin. After the parade, enjoy Irish entertainment at Dublin’s restaurants and pubs. For more information and a complete schedule, visit http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/st-patricks-day-parade/ or contact Events Administration at 614.410.4545.
- Parade Application: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/st-patricks-day-parade-application/
- Volunteer: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/volunteer-st-patricks-day/
- FAQ Page: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/parade-faqs/
Mary Jo DiSalvo
City of Dublin
City of Dublin
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