COVID-19 Resource Hub

MORPC Central Ohio Coronavirus Data Hub

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What’s Open and Closed in Dublin


Closed at This Time
  • Park shelters
  • Water fountains
  • Ballantrae Community Park splash pad (closed for the season)
  • Dublin Community Recreation Center’s following areas:
    • Gymnasium
    • Hot tub/Spa
    • Locker room showers
    • Teen Lounge
    • Wee Folk Room
    • Senior Lounge
    • Personal Training

Statewide Mask Order

Governor Mike DeWine issued a State Order which went into effect for all citizens living in all 88 Ohio counties on Thursday, July 23, at 6 p.m. All individuals in Ohio, 10 years and older, must wear facial coverings in public at all times when:
  • At an indoor location that is not a residence
  • Outdoors, when unable to maintain a consistent six-foot physical distance from people who are not household members
  • Waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, a car service, or a private car used for ride-sharing.
  • More information and exclusion at: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/home

Franklin County Board of Health Executive Order Mandates Face Coverings

On July 14th, 2020, the Franklin County Board of Health issued an Executive Order requiring all residents and visitors in Franklin County to wear a face covering indoors, except at a residence, and outdoors where consistent six-feet of physical distance can’t consistently be maintained. Children under 10 are not required to wear a face covering, and there are a few other exceptions noted in the Order. The Order applies to all of the City of Dublin (including portions in Union and Delaware Counties) as Franklin County Public Health is the City’s health agency. View the County Order

Face Mask FAQs

Dublin Cares: Connecting When it Matters Most

Our community is united in offering support to one another during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn how you can request help, share resources with those in need, or volunteer to help support our local social service providers..

Business & Employee Resources

The City has issued an Executive Order Regarding Temporary Signs to Advertise Local Businesses During the COVID-19 State of Emergency

COVID-19 is presenting unprecedented challenges for businesses and the workforce. One Columbus, the economic development organization for the 11-county Columbus Region, has compiled a list of programs and resources available to employers and employees.

JobsOhio also has a list of resources for companies affected by the coronavirus.

Help protect the public against the spread of COVID-19: State Guidelines for Testing Employees

Ohio Resources for Economic Support for Individuals and families, small businesses and non-profits.

Franklin County Commissioners Announce Support for Struggling Small Businesses and Employees

City Services

Not Impacted at This Time. City buildings are open to the public, you must wear a face covering to enter. City services are continuing as scheduled. That is subject to change during this rapidly evolving public health crisis. We will keep you posted on the City's response to this situation on our social media platforms and here on our website.

Development Department

Building permit activity can be conducted online at the links below. Counter staff are prepared to take your calls at 614.410.4670. If absolutely necessary, staff will meet in person by appointment only. Inspections will be scheduled online and by phone. Planning applications, submissions and review can be done online and/or with assistance by phone at 614-410-4600.

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