On average 3,000 volunteers contribute over 40,000 hours of service in Dublin. This is equivalent to the work of 20 employees. And this doesn’t begin to measure the enormous value of what volunteers give. For everything you do, from the visible impact at events, to those working behind the scenes, the City of Dublin says THANK YOU!
In preparation for the 2023 winter season, the City is developing a call-out list of volunteers — or Snow Angels — to help residents in need of snow clearing services.
Help senior citizens and people with disabilities clear their driveways and walkways from snow after winter storms. Register with the City of Dublin to be placed on the call list when a resident in need contacts the City. With questions, contact the Outreach and Engagement Team at 614.410.4404.
The Nature Education Docent program is a team of volunteers who are advocates and environmental stewards for the Dublin community. Volunteers in this program will lead educational programs and share their knowledge and passion for the environment. The purpose is to involve the community in being active stewards of Dublin’s natural resources through educational programming, hikes and activities. Want to learn more? Email Shannon at email@example.com.
Are you fluent in a language other than English? Language is a common barrier for recipients of nonprofit services. Dublin’s nonprofit community is developing a language bank—a database of volunteers fluent in another language, which nonprofits can tap into when serving clients in need of translation. Email Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and volunteer.
If you have a passion for history, nature and sharing knowledge with the community, consider becoming a Dublin Heritage Interpreter. Based at Ferris-Wright Park, this parkland is home to three earthworks and five burial grounds believed to be constructed by the Hopewell peoples thousands of years ago. Ferris-Wright is also home to a restored farmhouse said to be the first framed house in Dublin.
Heritage Interpreters complete a robust training program comprised of online learning modules, in-person workshops and interactive information sessions. Training will begin winter 2022-23, and new interpreters will be ready to lead tours in the spring and summer of 2023. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Help celebrate Dublin’s diversity by teaming up with volunteers and staff to create educational and creative displays highlighting the many cultural holidays celebrated in Dublin. The Culture Corner is on display at the Dublin Community Recreation Center as well as digitally on the City of Dublin social media sites. Email Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
We care about water quality and know that residents and corporate partners do, too. To that end, we have a volunteer team that tests water quality in various Dublin streams and waterways, with a testing kit that sends data back to us for monitoring. It’s a great way to get outdoors on breaks, during lunch, for teamwork and wellness. If you’d like to discuss how your office group can test water quality on afternoon walks, contact Shannon at email@example.com.
Located next to the Dublin Development Building on the grounds of the Historic Coffman Homestead is The Giving Garden. This eight-bed garden produces fresh veggies and herbs, which are tended to by City of Dublin volunteers. The purpose of the garden is to grow nutrient-rich veggies for the grateful clients at the Dublin Food Pantry. It’s a win-win-win for a piece of public land being put to great use for those who need a fresh, healthy dose of goodness. Planting typically takes place in mid-May, and care is needed through October. If you are interested in helping with the 2023 season, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Park clean-up kits are available for groups looking to give back. The kits include trash and recycle bags, gloves, safety vests, a scavenger hunt for kids, and even a selfie stick. To reserve a kit, please complete this form and we will ll be in touch with next steps.
Volunteers interested in healthy waterways are encouraged to join Dublin’s Water Quality Monitoring Team with Nature Education Coordinator, Barbara Ray. These volunteers will measure water quality in our many streams using various methods. This data is important to our overall environmental understanding and reporting. Training is provided. To learn more about how you can get involved in this opportunity, e-mail email@example.com.
Volunteers are needed days, evenings and weekends at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, assisting instructors with recreation classes for preschool and youth participants. It’s a great way to keep your heart smiling and help kids grow! To volunteer email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adults interested in turning their leisure biking time into a service to the community may inquire about this program that encourages safe biking, offers extra eyes and ears out on our bike paths, and assists City staff with bike-related events. To learn more email Christine at email@example.com.
Our offices are always in need of project champions. We are especially interested in matching volunteer skills and interests with City initiatives and projects in need of helping minds, whether with technology, with programs and planning, wellness and research, or communication and engagement efforts. To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Giving doesn’t stop at the holiday season! Finding ways to donate your time and resources now and in the year to come can be just as beneficial to your community.
Still Finding the Perfect Present?
There’s a chance your favorite local organization might be overwhelmed during the holidays, with many people requesting to volunteer. Instead, plan to volunteer during an upcoming season — and make it into a gift!
Here are some area nonprofits to consider year-round:
New Year’s Resolution? Volunteer Right Here!
The City of Dublin is always looking for new and returning volunteers to find a project they are interested in that helps contribute to the health of Dublin.
Try something new in 2023, like being a Dublin Heritage Interpreter, Giving Garden volunteer, Bicycle Ambassador and more. Sign up.
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.
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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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