Capital Improvements Program

2022 – 2026 Capital Improvements Program

Dublin City Council has adopted the 2022-2026 Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (CIP), which allocates $258 million dollars for new and existing infrastructure in the city. It was developed in support of the City’s Strategic Focus Areas, with emphasis placed on the safety of the public and employees, the City’s overall fiscal health, and promoting economic vitality.

“The 2022-2026 CIP continues to provide an appropriate balance of funding for maintenance of the City’s existing assets and funding for new assets and infrastructure, both of which are vital to our economic development efforts as well as increasing funding available for Council’s goal and priorities,” said Matthew Stiffler, Director of Finance.

Total Estimated Project Costs: $258,448,000 over five years

Projects by Type:

  • Capital Maintenance: $81,138,000
  • Capital Enhancements/New Infrastructure & Assets: $170,810,000

Notable Projects:

  • Fiber to Home – $23M (2022)
  • Annual Street Maintenance Program – $6.2M (2022)
  • Riverside Crossing Park– $5.3M (2024)
  • Eiterman Road Relocation – $1.8M (2022) & $4.1M (2023)
  • Sewer Extensions – Area 3A, 3B, 3C, 8A & 15 – $2.9M (2023)
  • Franklin Street Extension – $2.7M (2022)

About the CIP

The CIP is a five-year outlook for anticipated capital projects and is reviewed and updated annually by the City. These projects are primarily related to improvements in transportation, parks, utilities and facilities. The CIP represents a long-term financial plan, which establishes priorities, identifies project costs and phasing, identifies funding sources, and serves as a planning document for capital improvements. The projects and their timing are reviewed annually by City Council, and adopted by Ordinance. As a planning document, the CIP is a fluid document being revisited many times during the course of the year by City Council, and the City’s Administration. Annual revisions to the CIP are based on many considerations, including adjustments in funding sources, construction timing, and the changing needs and priorities of the City.

In developing the Five-Year CIP, several elements are taken into consideration:

  • City Council goals
  • Community surveys
  • Economic development opportunities
  • Current economic climate
  • Grant funding opportunities
  • Commitments made by the City of Dublin
  • Maintenance and rehabilitation of existing City facilities and infrastructure
  • Technology improvements
  • Enhancements within the community

Public Records Request Overview

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.

Why JustFOIA?

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.

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Mission

We are and always have been a proud local democracy. In our service, we strive to provide the best quality of life and environment in which our residents and businesses can thrive. We seek to ally our proud traditions with the best innovations of the future.

Vision

A global city of choice. Vibrant. Innovative. Engaged.

Core Values

Integrity, Respect, Communication, Teamwork, Accountability, Positive Attitude & Dedication to Service.

The City of Dublin operates under a set of seven key core values: integrity, respect, communication, teamwork, accountability, positive attitude and dedication to service. Staff members use these seven values as the basis for daily decision-making, including the decisions that go into the budget process.

  • Integrity. We are open and honest. We honor our commitments to the community and each other. Our actions are consistent with what we say.
  • Respect. We treat our coworkers and members of the community with courtesy and dignity. We embrace diversity and acknowledge the needs, responsibilities and inherent worth of each individual.
  • Communication. We maintain an environment in which employees feel free to share ideas and information. We promote open interaction throughout the organization to ensure knowledge and understanding among all employees and our community.
  • Teamwork. We create a climate in which all employees work together and support the individual talents and contributions of team members. We celebrate successes and see mistakes as opportunities for growth; we will never willingly let a member of our team fail.
  • Accountability. We are responsible to our community and each other for our personal and organizational decisions, actions and performance results. We are committed stewards of our City’s assets and resources.
  • Positive Attitude. We focus our efforts on constructive behavior, attitudes and solutions. We promote an environment that people love going to every day – a place where each individual can find a sense of belonging, inspiration, enjoyment and meaning.
  • Dedication to Service. We pursue innovation and continuous improvement in all we do. We are committed to efficient, effective and responsive service delivery that makes a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Leadership Philosophy

We are members of an organization that succeeds because of teamwork, dedication, diversity and the innovative spirit of all of   our members. Together, we build a culture of trust, service, mutual respect, inclusion and open communication. We hold ourselves mutually accountable to promote and sustain continuous learning and to develop the learning potential that exists in every member of our team.

City Code

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.

Revised Charter of Dublin, Ohio

This Revised Charter, as adopted on March 19, 1996, became effective on July 4, 1996.

Zoning Code

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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