Fill-A-Cruiser Holiday Toy Drive

(Dublin, Ohio) — For the fifth year, the Dublin Police Department is collecting donated toys for local kids who may otherwise not receive a gift this holiday season. The Fill-A-Cruiser toy drive is in partnership with the Get Behind the Badge initiative directed at helping families of first responders in need. Those who want to […]

U.S. 33-S.R. 161-Post Road Interchange Improvements

Work is underway on the U.S. 33/S.R. 161/Post Road interchange improvements! The project is expected to be completed in spring 2025. Check ODOT’s website for the latest information. Work Status Reconstruction of both U.S. 33 bridges over Post Road/S.R. 161 Reconstruction/widening of Post Road/S.R. 161 Traffic Impact Beginning Sunday, Nov. 26, through Friday, Dec. 8, both directions […]

South High Street Utility Burial

Phase 2: A public meeting for Phase 2 of this project was held Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2023.  Download the Presentation As part of the Downtown Historic District beautification efforts, the City of Dublin will relocate the overhead utility lines (AEP and telecommunications) underground. Burying lines eliminates fire hazards, accidents, safety risks, and power outages due […]

Franklin Street Extension

Franklin Street is now open from Sells Alley to North Street. A traffic light and crosswalk have also been added. This project widens part of Franklin Street and adds on-street parking and brick sidewalks to this area of Downtown Dublin to benefit residents and visitors. Work Status Phase 2: Construction of Franklin Street between West […]

Shawan Falls Drive Bridge Maintenance

As part of ongoing infrastructure improvements, a vehicular bridge north of Bridge Street on Shawan Falls Drive will be replaced, along with the addition of a sidewalk and traffic signal upgrades. Work Status Bridge reconstruction across North Fork Indian Run Creek Roadway and drive entrance reconstruction Replacement of traffic signal system Traffic Impact Shawan Falls […]

City Hosts Fourth Dublin Talent Connect Virtual Hiring Event to Support Dublin Businesses with Workforce Recruitment

(Dublin, Ohio) – The City of Dublin is partnering with Chatstrike, Inc., a Dublin-based business itself, for “Dublin Talent Connect,” a free virtual hiring event held Monday, Oct. 30, through Friday, Nov. 3, to attract potential employees to Dublin companies and support workforce recruitment. “Dublin Talent Connect is an opportunity for us to assist Dublin-based […]

Dublin Community Recreation Center Refresh

Update: Thank you to those who joined us or submitted feedback at the Oct 24 community engagement meeting. You can access the presentation slides from the meeting by clicking the button below and share any additional feedback you may have by clicking the link above that button. The Dublin Community Recreation Center has been a central […]

Ohio Auditor of State Recognizes City of Dublin for Excellence in Financial Reporting

(Dublin, Ohio) – The City of Dublin has earned the Auditor of State Award with Distinction from the Ohio Auditor of State’s office. The award is presented for excellence in financial reporting related to Comprehensive Annual Financial Reporting and compliance with applicable laws for the fiscal year ending in 2022. Only 4% of audits annually […]

Dublin Launches Community-Based Speed Management Campaign

(Dublin, Ohio) — The City of Dublin has launched “Slow Down Dublin,” a community-based speed management campaign to create safe and comfortable streets for all residents and road users across Dublin, including people walking and rolling. Slow Down Dublin was created to engage community members to take an active role in supporting speed management efforts, increase […]

City Council Approves 5-Year Capital Improvements Program

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council has approved a five-year capital improvements program (CIP) for 2024-2028, for $256,481,342 and includes 148 projects over five years. Key projects within the 2024-2028 CIP include: Darree Fields Park Enhancements – $12.5M Emerald Parkway/Mount Carmel roundabout – $2M Eiterman Road relocation – $7.8M Tuller Road to Emerald Parkway over I-270 […]

Prepare to Slow Down on Riverside Drive; Dublin is Lowering the Speed Limit

(Dublin, Ohio) — Drivers in Dublin should prepare to slow down on Riverside Drive near Riverside Crossing Park and the Bridge Park neighborhood. Dublin City Council voted to establish the Bridge Street/Riverside Drive Business District to create safer, more comfortable streets. As part of this effort, the speed limit will decrease from 40 to 25 miles […]

COhatch to Partner with City of Dublin to Create First-of-its-Kind Coworking and Entrepreneurship Village in Historic Dublin

Riverview Village, the new National Headquarters for COhatch, will provide unprecedented economic incentives for hundreds of its members In the heart of Historic Dublin, COhatch is creating a first-of-its-kind coworking, flexible work, and entrepreneurial village that will be the hub for its expanding national operations and its growing Columbus-based member network. Riverview Village will be […]

Forever Dublin: ‘Am I a Senior?’

Growing older. Reaching a certain age. Being a senior. These phrases might come with a hint of denial or indifference. So, what can serve as a solution to ensuring that older adults in a community receive the dedicated support they need and deserve without feeling isolated during the process? Read more about how Forever Dublin […]

City Council Approves Economic Development Agreement to Bring Leading Animal Nutrition Manufacturer to Dublin

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council has approved an economic development agreement (EDA) with Kalmbach Feeds, Inc., a leader in animal food nutrition and feed manufacturing. Established in 1963, Kalmbach Feeds is a family-owned and operated business with its main headquarters in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Kalmbach Feeds utilizes cutting-edge technology and proprietary processes to deliver safe, […]

City Council Approves Economic Development Agreement to Support Expansion of Manufacturing Lab in Dublin

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council has approved an economic development agreement with INEOS Composites, a manufacturer and seller of a broad range of general-purpose and high- performance grades of unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resins, gelcoats and low-profile additives for the plastics industry. Comprising 36 individual businesses, INEOS operates 194 facilities in 29 countries throughout […]

City Council Approves Economic Development Agreement to Keep Fast-growing Healthcare IT Company in Dublin

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council has approved an economic development agreement with Nymbl Systems, a healthcare software as a service (SaaS) company specializing in helping practitioners in the orthotics and prosthetics industries to schedule appointments, keep patient records, and bill out claims. Nymbl began onboarding clients in March 2018 and now has more than 200 […]

City of Dublin Receives $340,000 State Grant for Critical Water Infrastructure Upgrade

(Dublin, OH) The City of Dublin has received a $340,000 grant from the State of Ohio to fund a waterline replacement project. The grant comes from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s Ohio BUILDS (Broadband, Utilities, and Infrastructure for Local Development Success) program. Grant money will support the City’s Waterline Replacement – Phase VII project, which will […]

The 49th playing of the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday set to be contest the week of June 3-9, 2024

DUBLIN, Ohio – Officials of the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday announced today that the 49th edition of the world-renowned event founded and hosted by Jack Nicklaus will be contested the week of June 3-9, 2024. In conjunction with today’s release of the 2024 PGA TOUR schedule, next season’s the Memorial Tournament will move to […]

Dublin Irish Festival Traffic Impacts, Recreation Center Hours

The City of Dublin’s signature event the Dublin Irish Festival will kick off Aug. 3 with the DIF 5K then followed by the three-day festival from Aug. 4-6. For more information, please visit Traffic Impacts DIF 5K The City of Dublin’s Dublin Irish Festival 5K, presented by IGS Energy, will alter traffic and parking […]

Remembering Jennifer Readler

The City of Dublin is deeply saddened by the untimely passing of Law Director Jennifer Readler. Readler, 51, died July 22 after suffering complications from a fall. For 24 years, she was a dedicated employee representing the City in all facets of municipal law. During her tenure, Readler played a vital role in every major […]

For the Second Consecutive Year, City of Dublin Earns Rare ‘Triple Crown’ Award

(Dublin, OH) For the second year in a row, the City of Dublin earned the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) Triple Crown Award which recognizes governments that have received GFOA’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, Popular Annual Financial Reporting Award and the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award […]

City of Dublin Now Powered 100% by Renewable Energy

The City of Dublin has partnered with Dublin-based company IGS Energy on our latest sustainability initiative. All City buildings, streetlights and electric vehicle power stations now run on 100% renewable energy across all electrical counts. This partnership is an exciting step toward carbon neutrality and helps limit environmental pollution, which can improve overall health and […]

City of Dublin Recognized for Exceptional Financial Reporting

(Dublin, Ohio) — The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) honored the City of Dublin with its Award for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR Award) for the City’s Popular Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2021. The PAFR Award honors state and local governments that extract information from their annual comprehensive […]

Bright Road Corridor Improvements

To ease congestion and reduce delays along the Bright Road and Sawmill Road corridors, capacity improvements are planned at the intersection of Bright and Sawmill roads and along Bright Road. The Bright Road corridor will be widened on both sides. Turn lanes will be added to the northbound left and the eastbound right turn movements […]

City Council Approves Economic Development Agreement to Bring Expanding Healthcare Manufacturer to Dublin

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council has approved an economic development agreement with React Health, a manufacturer and distributor of respiratory management, sleep therapy and equipment disinfection products. Founded in 2010, React Health has steadily grown its portfolio through strategic acquisitions and product development, resulting in its ascension to the top of the respiratory industry. The […]

The City of Dublin Announces Ann Wilson as the Headlining Act for the Independence Day Evening Celebration

(Dublin, Ohio) – Ann Wilson, lead singer of the bands Heart and Tripsitter, will headline the City of Dublin’s Independence Day Celebration on Tuesday, July 4 at Dublin Coffman Stadium. Ann Wilson is the founder and the lead singer-songwriter of the barrier-breaking band Heart. Her powerful voice and passionate performances have made her one of […]

2023 Beautify Your Neighborhood Grants Announced

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council approved the two applications submitted for Spring 2023 Beautify Your Neighborhood Grants. The grant applications were first reviewed by the City’s Community Development Committee, which recommended approval. The Beautify Your Neighborhood Matching Grant Program was established in 2011 to provide funding assistance on an annual basis to support Dublin Homeowners […]

Dublin Earns 8 Central Ohio PRSA Awards

(Dublin, Ohio) — The City of Dublin’s Communication & Public Information division and Visit Dublin Ohio collectively won eight PRism Awards from the Central Ohio Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) at its awards ceremony May 18. Top corporations, agencies, nonprofit associations, colleges and other organizations across Central Ohio compete annually for the PRism Awards, […]

Dublin Road Resurfacing

ODOT will resurface Dublin Road between Emerald Parkway and Glick Road starting April 12. Work will begin with sidewalk ramp replacement at the Brand Road/Dublin Road roundabout. Drivers will see northbound and southbound lane closures on the roundabout’s south side for a few days until work is complete. Traffic will be maintained in both directions. Resurfacing begins April 17 at Glick Road and moves south. Traffic will be flagged in both directions during this time. Work should be completed by mid-May.

City of Dublin Partners with Automotus to Implement Curbside Management Analytics

Dublin, Ohio – The City of Dublin has launched a new initiative to evaluate curbside parking utilization for the purpose of informing the City’s Curbside Management Plan. The City is partnering with Automotus, a leading curb management company, to gather real-time data on curbside activity for the Longshore Street Corridor, in the City’s Bridge Park […]

Ramadan Mubarak: Celebrating the Muslim Holy Month

Ramadan Mubarak! Meaning “Blessed Ramadan,” this greeting is often shared during the holy month of fasting recognized by Muslims around the world. You might also hear Ramadan Kareem, meaning “Generous Ramadan.” Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.  This year, the month of Ramadan began with the sunset on March 22. The […]

Dublin Council Member John Reiner Appointed President of the State of Ohio Landscape Architects Board

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council Member John Reiner was appointed president of the Ohio Landscape Architects Board. Reiner serves as Ward 3 Representative on the Dublin City Council. The Ohio Landscape Architects Board was created in 1965 to protect the citizens of Ohio through the licensing of landscape architects. The Board ensures that each landscape architect […]

Dublin to Host State of the Community Event, Highlighting Regional Collaboration and Economic Development Initiatives

The City of Dublin will present the State of the City on Thursday, March 9, at The Exchange at Bridge Park. In her first address as city manager, Megan O’Callaghan will report on the City’s 2022 accomplishments, financial outlook and the City’s vision to be the most sustainable, most connected and most resilient global city […]

Muirfield Greenway Corridor Tree Planting

Parks and Recreation will begin the Muirfield Greenway Corridor Program in April along Muirfield and Avery-Muirfield Drive in the Avery-Muirfield/Indian Run Meadows neighborhood. The process involves removing 84 dead and decaying trees for the safety of our residents. The city plans to plant 124 new trees and shrubs. City Council adopted this program to ensure […]

Council Member Christine Amorose Groomes Appointed to National League of Cities/ Information Technology and Communications Committee

(Dublin, OH) Dublin City Council Member Christine Amorose Groomes, of Dublin, Ohio, was appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2023 Information Technology and Communications federal advocacy committee. She was elected to a one-year term and will provide strategic direction and guidance for the NLC’s federal advocacy agenda and policy priorities on broadband infrastructure, […]

Dublin Police Investigation Uncovers Drug Trafficking Operation

(Dublin, Ohio) — The Dublin Police Department seized more than $20,000 of cash, 26 pounds of marijuana and three firearms at a residence in January, completing a monthslong investigation that ended in a drug trafficking charge. The police department’s Community Impact Unit conducted a search warrant and seized the illicit property from an address in […]

Playgrounds Closed for Improvements

Amberleigh Playground Closed for Improvements Amberleigh Park will be closed beginning Wednesday, Feb. 15, for playground improvements. The community outreach requested additional swings to accommodate the neighborhood children. Work is expected to wrap up in April. Tree Tops The Smart Play Tree Tops play structure allows kids to explore a forest canopy. They can also […]

Dublin Connector Eases the Commute to Work

Benjamin Trotter works at Dublin’s Giant Eagle on Perimeter Loop five days a week. Currently, Benji does not yet have his license, so getting to his job was a difficult process, leaving him at the liberty of his parents to drive him to his workplace. Today, Benji uses the Dublin Connector on his daily commute […]

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