Governor DeWine has given authority to Ohio public health agencies and Ohio local law enforcement agencies to enforce the Stay At Home State Order for the continuation of essential businesses as identified in the order, and for the protection of residents to physically distance themselves in public places and workplaces.
The City of Dublin also strongly encourages our residents to do your part to protect yourself, your family and our community by complying with the Governor and Health Department’s Order, especially social distancing – even outdoors (see guidelines for outdoor social distancing). We encourage our public to enjoy the outdoors – playing, walking, running, biking and exercising. It is important to maintain social distancing outside as well as in essential workplaces. Therefore, we are closing certain components of our parks, to include but not necessarily limited to, play equipment, basketball courts, skate park, and public restrooms.
We also ask that groups distance themselves in parks, on walking paths, sidewalks and especially the new Dublin Link Bridge. Our community can access the hundreds of miles of shared-use paths and sidewalks, as well as, the hundreds of acres of parkland and nearby Metro Park in a safe and enjoyable manner.
While it is not the City’s desire, we will remind residents of this order, if necessary. These orders are meant to deter, not to penalize people or businesses.
Likewise, we encourage our businesses to comply with this order.
Adhering to the order will save lives and it is the responsibility of every Ohioan to do their part. We are in this together.
For information or questions on coronavirus contact us through the GoDublin app. Please Do NOT call the Police non-emergency line or 911.