2020 State of the City

Normally, we have the pleasure of presenting the State of the City live to about 300 people. We always appreciate coming together as a community to celebrate our collective accomplishments from the previous year and to look into the future. This time, we are presenting our State of the City, digitally.

As I am sure you know, actions are being taken at all levels of government to help minimize the community spread of the corona virus. We made some tough decisions earlier this week to cancel several events scheduled for this week and this weekend. These include the live presentation of our State of the City, postponing the celebration of our new Dublin Link bridge, cancelling our St Patrick’s Day Parade, and revoking a permit for a street party this weekend, which would have drawn hundreds of people to a very confined area.

We are in continuous contact with our public health agency, Franklin County Public Health and the State of Ohio Department of Health. We are closely monitoring the advice and direction of our Governor in order that we can slow down and even reduce the spread of this virus in order to keep our public safe and healthy, to minimize the impact of this virus, and to not overburden our health care systems.

We will do all we can to keep you informed on this evolving situation.

Please make the effort to understand and know what you can do to keep you, your family, and our community as healthy as possible by monitoring the City’s website and those of our public health agencies.

Dana McDaniel, Dublin City Manager


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