The City of Dublin strives to preserve and enhance the unique high quality of life offered to those who live or work in our community by providing the vision, leadership and performance standards which allow for managed growth and development. We endeavor to deliver our services cost-effectively, with an emphasis on quality and innovation. The City of Dublin seeks recognition in the field of local government as being responsive, cooperative, and culturally and environmentally sensitive, while embracing the highest standards of integrity and accountability to those we serve.
Surrounds the Scioto River in the northwest area of metropolitan Columbus
Approximately 24.44 square miles
Dublin is directly accessible by US 33/SR 161 and I-270, approximately a 20-minute drive to downtown Columbus.
Council/Manager form of government
Platted as a Village
Incorporated as a City of Dublin
Revised City Charter
Population Growth – City of Dublin
Profile of the Average Dubliner
36 to 45 years of age, married with minor children living at home, owns single-family home, employed full-time in a variety of professions, trades and service positions.
Dublin offers over 1,098 acres of developed parkland, 123 acres of undeveloped parkland, 56 developed parks ranging from wooded natural areas and river frontage to active, athletic facilities and 96 miles of bikepath.
Dublin is home to more than 3,000 businesses
City Financial Ratings
- Aaa from Moody’s Investors Service and AAA from Fitch Ratings
- 2010-14 Capital Improvements Program designates $174.5 million in funding for transportation, parks/recreation and utilities projects
14,143 Total Households, 2.76 People/Household
Median Home Value
Median Household Income
Average Highs and Lows
January: 34 degrees/17 degrees
July: 85 degrees/61 degrees
Average Monthly Precipitation
Average Yearly Precipitation