Update: City Openings and Closures
The City of Dublin continues to follow Governor Mike DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton’s state orders, as well as guidance from the Ohio Department of Health and Franklin County Public Health, to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Dublin City Council will hold a Special Council Meeting on Thursday, May 28, at 5 p.m., regarding the re-opening of City facilities and certain programs/services. Public comment is welcome through the City website online public comment form. Here are some updates about current openings and closures of City and community spaces.
- Tennis courts/Pickle Ball courts, baseball and softball fields, cricket fields and the skate park are now open.
- City building lobbies (City Hall, the Service Center, and Development Building) will be open to the public June 1. However, visitors are encouraged to use online service tools, such as GoDublin and remote meeting programs, to complete their city business. Conference rooms in public buildings will remain closed. The Dublin Justice Center will continue to be open to the public.
The City continues to work with local and state agencies in order to plan for future use of other City facilities. At this time, the following remain closed:
- Dublin Community Recreation Center, City pools, Soccer fields, Lacrosse fields, Shelter houses, Basketball courts, Volleyball courts, Playgrounds, Kaltenbach Community Center, Drinking fountains, Outdoor restrooms
- Review this update about the Dublin Community Recreation Center’s closure.