Safe Space Dublin Celebrates First Anniversary

This month marks the first anniversary of Safe Space Dublin, which is designed to promote havens of safety, security and support resources for anyone who can use help. This initiative ensures there are community-based sanctuaries for people who have experienced hate crimes, threats or intimidation, or for people in personal crisis. All City buildings, including […]

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 […]

Dublin Earns Second Consecutive Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign Index

The City of Dublin is once again humbled to earn a perfect score on the Municipal Equality Index, reflecting the City’s vision to be the most sustainable, connected and resilient global city of choice for all. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has published its 2023 Municipal Equality Index (MEI) Scorecard, a ranking that examines laws, […]

City of Dublin Honored with Multiple Awards by the International Festival and Events Association

(Dublin, Ohio) – The City of Dublin was honored at the 66th Annual International Festival and Events Association (IFEA) Convention, Expo and Retreat in McAllen, Texas. The IFEA/Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Competition winners were announced during the convention. Seventy different categories included various creative, promotional, operational and community outreach programs. Each of the 70 […]

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 […]

Connected Vehicle Study Expanding to Dublin

DriveOhio’s connected vehicle technology research study, Connected Marysville, is expanding to Dublin residents. The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and DriveOhio are equipping residents in The Beta District with connected vehicle technology to study the potential safety benefits. Connected vehicles communicate wirelessly with other vehicles on the road and infrastructure along roadways, sharing important safety […]

City of Dublin Wins Ohio EPA Gold Level E3C Award

The City of Dublin is honored to have received the Ohio EPA Gold Level Encouraging Environmental Excellence in Communities (E3C) award. This award recognizes communities with exceptional achievements in environmental stewardship. The City of Dublin aspires to be the most sustainable global city of choice. After receiving a silver-level E3C award in 2021, achieving the […]

Dublin Earns 3 Awards for Government Communication Excellence

The City of Dublin’s Communications & Public Information team is honored to have received three City-County Communications & Marketing Association (3CMA) awards from the group’s national conference in Orlando, Florida. Out of more than 875 entries across 38 categories, Dublin earned a first-place Savvy award and two second-place Silver Circle awards at the 2023 Savvy […]

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 […]

Dublin Community Recreation Center Introduces Respawn: Esports Lounge and Programming

Calling all gamers, the Dublin Community Recreation Center is excited to introduce its esports programming! As the first open-use esports center in Dublin, the new Respawn lounge will be a place for drop-in play, tournaments and STEAM learning. The mission of this initiative is to provide new collaborative programs and services for growth, beginning with STEAM […]

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 […]

The Abbey Theater of Dublin Sheds Light on Student Writers at the Otterbein Playwrights Collective

The Abbey Theater of Dublin will produce two scripts written by Otterbein University students for the theater’s third annual Otterbein Playwrights Collective. Performances will be held in person on June 30-July 1 at 7 p.m. and July 2 at 2 p.m. This is the third annual summer collaboration between Otterbein and the Abbey Theater. This year’s collective […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Home Road Water Plant

The City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities is building the Home Road Water Plant and transmission mains to prepare for the growing need for clean, safe drinking water in Central Ohio. The new plant will be built along the Scioto River near the corner of Home and Dublin roads in Delaware County. Water transmission […]

Pavement Testing Beginning in Dublin

(Dublin, Ohio) — Some Dublin residents might see an interesting-looking visitor in their neighborhood beginning Wednesday, April 12. Resource International will be conducting pavement testing on various streets around the city. Weather permitting, this project will wrap up by April 26. You might see a white pickup truck pulling a testing trailer (as shown below). […]

New Members of the City of Dublin’s Boards, Commissions and Committees Are Sworn Into Service

As part of a proud local democracy, the City of Dublin’s City Council appoints community volunteers to serve as members of the City’s various boards, commissions, committees and task forces. These volunteer groups are a large portion of the support system for the City government. All of the City’s boards, commissions and committees play a […]

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 […]

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 […]

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