Thank you Columbus CEO magazine readers for selecting the City of Dublin as the Best Suburb to Do Business for the third consecutive year.
Dublin, Ohio, USA offers residents and corporate citizens responsive government services, attractive housing, superior public education, direct regional highway access, abundant park space and a dynamic community life. Located just minutes from Ohio’s capital City of Columbus, Dublin is a desirable place for business, raising a family or enjoying professional sporting events and renowned attractions.
The City of Dublin provides an extremely high level of local government services and is committed to working with residents and businesses to exceed expectations. Everyone from the City Manager to field staff is accessible and eager to help individuals or businesses address their needs and concerns. We are here to serve you.
Dublin is recognized as one of the safest cities in central Ohio, with an average City of Dublin Police response time of six minutes. The City’s internationally accredited police division keeps citizens involved and informed through programs like the neighborhood watch program, an early outdoor warning system and a computerized calling system that alerts residents to community concerns via phone.
Dublin, Ohio is synonymous with excellence in education with approximately 80 percent of Dublin residents possessing a bachelor’s or graduate degree. The Dublin City School District offers an exciting and highly enriched educational environment. In addition to being one of the largest and fastest-growing districts in the state, Dublin is also one of the most highly regarded school districts in the nation.
If you’re looking for fun you don’t have to travel far in Dublin. Each year the City hosts a variety of special events from the Dublin Kiwanis Frog Jump to the Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Golf Tournament and Dublin Irish Festival. Dublin’s recreational programs and extensive parkland make it rich in both greenspace and leisure-time activities. In 2013, Muirfield Village Golf Club hosted The Presidents Cup.
It’s no wonder more than 40,000 residents are proud to call Dublin home. In a recent National Citizen Survey, residents ranked Dublin as the best place to live. Dublin’s commitment to an outstanding quality of life makes it a great place to live and raise a family.