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Dublin, Ohio—“Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow”

Dublin, 2010 U.S. Census population 41,751, area 21.1 sq mi, is an Ohio city in Franklin, Delaware, and Union counties. Dublin is served by ZIP codes 43016 and 43017 and by area code 614.

A suburb of Columbus, Dublin hosts the annual Memorial Tourament, a favorite stop on the PGA Tour. Home to several golf courses, including Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield, Dublin is also home to many who love the game.

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Dublin News

Lane restrictions, changes set for 161-Riverside roundabout in Dublin. Starting tonight -- Monday, Oct. 15 -- lane restrictions will be in place at the state Route 161 and Riverside Drive roundabout, according to the city of Dublin's website. Lane restrictions will occur from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Oct. 15-18, although traffic will maintained in all directions. This Week Community News, Oct 15 2018 10:22 PM.

2 injured in wrong-way crash on US 30. Two men were injured in a wrong-way crash on U.S. 30 in Van Wert County this morning, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said. Journal Gazette, Oct 15 2018 5:02 AM.

Monks making mandala as part of Dublin festival Updated Oct 12 at. Bent over a table, their shaved heads nearly touching, three Buddhist monks painstakingly arranged colored sand into lines and shapes at the Coffman Park pavilion in Dublin. They worked diligently and silently, the only sound coming from the locust-like rasping of the chak-pur, a two-piece tool through which sand trickles out when a stick is rubbed over the ridged side of a metal funnel. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 12 2018 11:29 PM.

Dublin welcomes Hen Quarter restaurant. With roots in the nation's capital, Hen Quarter has drifted west to Columbus, picking up a few variations along the way. The Southern-style restaurant in Dublin stands apart from its three contemporaries of the same name in the Washington DC area. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 8 2018 10:43 AM.

Dublin City Notices

Syntero Celebrates 40 Years.   Our partners at Syntero are celebrating their 40 year anniversary! They provide many professional resources and offer a welcoming, comfortable and safe environment where individuals and families can receive supportive services that positively transition their lives. We want to thank them for being an advocate and supporter of the health and well-being of the Dublin community for four decade... Sep 11 2018 9:57 AM.

Autumn Rose Woods – Parking Lot. Case 18-064 - Special Permit - 7580 Debbie Run Way Sep 10 2018 2:24 PM.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Installed at Dublin Recreation Center. The City of Dublin has installed a dual-port smart charging station at the Dublin Community Recreation Center (DCRC). This Level 2 station can charge any EV and is currently free of charge. To access the charging station, users will need a free ChargePoint card or the ChargePoint cell phone app. The app allows users to see whether a charger is in use or available. Free ChargePoint cards are availa... Sep 10 2018 10:36 AM.

City of Dublin Mobility Study. Request for Proposals The City of Dublin, Ohio, is issuing two Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for workforce shuttle and senior/disabled/local transportation services. The Dublin City Council has identified the need to provide more transportation options for residents and businesses as the City grows and becomes more diverse. Both RFPs have two components: the first is outreach to the target rider g... Sep 10 2018 7:05 AM.

Dublin Data

Dublin was founded on 400 acres of land purchased by Huntingdon, Pennsylvania brothers Benjamin and Peter Sells as a gift to their brother John, who arrived with his family in 1808.

John Sells’ partner John Shields, an Irish surveyor, named the new settlement: “If I have the honor conferred upon me to name your village, with the brightness of the morn, and the beaming of the sun on the hills and dales surrounding this beautiful valley, it would give me great pleasure to name your new town after my birthplace, Dublin, Ireland.”

Golf legend and Columbus native Jack Nicklaus is a Dublin resident.

Only a small town with 681 residents in 1970, Dublin’s population had grown to 5,000 in 1987, when it was officially recognized as a city, and has grown to over 41,000 today. This boom was fueled by construction of I-270, location in Dublin of several major corporate headquarters, and the attraction of the Muirfield Village Golf Club and the surrounding residential area.

Dublin is home to a number of companies, including including Ashland Inc., Cardinal Health, Wendy’s, and OCLC.