Serve as a representative of Dublin’s diverse communities, advise City Council on the unique needs of diverse Dublin residents, and review City policy through an inclusive lens.
Wednesday, Dec. 14
Regular Meeting | 6 p.m. | Development Building, 5200 Emerald Parkway
Agenda | Minutes
Tuesday, Nov. 15
Regular Meeting | 6 p.m. | City Council Chamber, 5555 Perimeter Drive
Agenda | Minutes
On August 8, 2020, Dublin City Council passed Resolution 41-20, approving the formation of the Community Task Force. The members of the Task Force represented a wide range of perspectives and identities in the community, including residents throughout Dublin, the business community, the school district and youth leaders. City Council directed the Task Force to identify solutions to defeat social injustice, bias, bigotry and racism in the community and establish corresponding long-term goals. In August 2021, the Task Force presented to City Council a recommended DEI Framework. The Task Force’s chief recommendation was for City Council to establish an ongoing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) advisory committee composed of Dublin residents with knowledge of the various cultural communities throughout the community.
On Nov. 9, 2021, Dublin City Council passed Resolution 72-21, establishing the Community Inclusion Advisory Committee (CIAC). The purpose of the CIAC is to advise Dublin City Council on the unique needs of diverse Dublin residents and to consider the further development and feasibility of implementing the Community Task Force’s DEI Framework.
The CIAC will consist of 11 City of Dublin residents with knowledge of the diversity of the community. Members will serve in staggered terms. Five of the initial appointees will serve for an initial one-year term. Six of the initial appointments will serve a two- year term.
While demographic alignment is not required, applicants must display an adequate degree of connectivity and engagement with the diverse communities of Dublin. The City is looking for residents with a deep understanding of the perspectives and experiences of different cultural communities, ages, identities and abilities representative of those who reside in the City of Dublin.
In order to support faster response and better tracking of requests, the City of Dublin uses JustFOIA to collect, respond to and manage public information requests.
JustFOIA is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) online application that helps streamline the open records request process for the community and improve efficiencies in getting requested information quickly and accurately.
The application lets community members submit requests for all city records, including police reports. Commonly requested information includes accident reports, copies of resolutions and body-camera video.
The complete Dublin City Code is available online at American Legal City Ordinance website. Information staff at the Dublin branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library are available to help navigate this website.
This Revised Charter, as adopted on March 19, 1996, became effective on July 4, 1996.
The Zoning Code for Dublin is Chapter 153 of the Dublin Code of Ordinances. The Zoning Code sets land development requirements and establishes different uses within individual districts. Zoning regulations address the physical development of a site, such as building height, lot requirements, setbacks from lot lines, minimum numbers of parking spaces, sign types and sizes, and other related regulations.
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The Clerk of Council prepares legislation, City Council meeting agendas, and acts as the liaison between members of City Council and City Administration.
Jennifer Delgado, Clerk of Council
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