The City of Dublin is proud to introduce the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Service Series. This is a collection of volunteer service and community impact discussions to honor Reverend King’s vision of creating a Beloved Community where people are committed to nonviolence and love.
Join us for impact talks followed by service projects in January, April, September and November to keep sharing Rev. King’s message year-round throughout Dublin.
Monday, Jan. 16, is not just a day to remember Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy. Here in Dublin, it’s a way to honor and participate in our community. Find a way to complete an impactful at-home service project that gets the whole family involved or branch out into volunteering around your neighborhood.
Serve your community! Volunteer engagement is a hallmark in Dublin, and we’re grateful when residents or visitors sign up to offer their support. Apply now.
Lift spirits in your neighborhood with kind messages and cheerful art displays in your window, sidewalks or driveway. Anyone passing by will a get a boost of happiness and joy as they smile at your handmade creations. Get ideas here.
Walk to your nearest park, stream, tree line or bike path. Wear gloves (garden or disposable) and take trash bags with you to collect litter. Take a separate bag to collect recyclable items!
Check on your neighbors, especially elderly and vulnerable residents who could use a little extra help. Shoveling driveways and walkways or helping with yardwork. Even something as simple as a phone call or scheduling daily waves from your window could go a long way. Sign up to be a Dublin Snow Angel after the next winter storm.
The City of Dublin formed diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) groups in 2020 in response to calls for racial equity and inclusion in our country. Anyone can attend an upcoming Dublin Police Chief’s Advisory Committee meeting or the Community Inclusion Advisory Committee, which both meet monthly. Read more about Dublin’s DEI initiatives.
Write letters for older adults who are staying at local living facilities. Offer words of encouragement, tell stories, share your favorite activities or create sunny, cheerful drawings and pictures that can be admired. If you need help connecting with a facility, send us an email: email@example.com.
Write letters or create patriotic cards, drawings and other homemade items to share encouragement and gratitude with soldiers overseas and veterans here at home. Learn more about Operation Gratitude.
Connect with grandparents, seniors, neighbors and friends through video calling, selfies, photos of pets, etc. These methods could be vital to combat isolation, especially for anyone spending many hours at home.
Fun fact: Not all birds fly south for the winter; some native birds stick around our wintery landscape and need help to survive. Food and fresh water are scarce during the winter months. Try setting out a large bowl of water each day and leaving out dried fruit (cranberries, blueberries, etc., but be careful using dried grapes if you have outdoor pets). Learn more.
Sunday Supper was inspired by Rev. King’s vision of people from diverse backgrounds interacting on personal levels to embrace and celebrate our differences while cultivating racial and cultural understanding through conversation. People are encouraged to share a meal and discuss issues that affect their communities, such as unemployment, homelessness, education and hunger. The events often happen around MLK Day, but you can hold them any time of the year for groups big and small to promote service to others.
Reminisce and recall. Discuss with older adults in your family or neighborhood who may remember Rev. King and the movement. Ask where they were, what their reactions were at the time, and how things have progressed, regressed or changed since then.
Read. Discover the great books recommended by the Columbus Metropolitan Library Dublin Branch.
Discover. Learn more about Rev. King’s legacy at the following sites:
Connect. Follow organizations with the mission of serving diversity, equity and inclusion in the central Ohio community. Search the Central Ohio community for organizations that serve specific missions of inclusion in all communities, such as the LGBTQ+ community, those who are aging, all faiths and cultural inclusion groups.
Serve. Volunteer engagement is a hallmark in Dublin, and we’re grateful when residents or visitors sign up to offer their support. Apply now. Or, inquire at any organization that is seeking volunteers throughout Central Ohio.
Be kind. Discuss action steps to express kindness. Some suggested conversation starters:
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.
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.
Dublin, Ohio, is the most sustainable, connected and resilient global city of choice.
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.
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.
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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Dublin, Ohio 43017
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Dublin, Ohio, 43017
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