Dublin Area Statistics
Location: Northwest Franklin County, 20 minutes from downtown, 40 minutes from airport
Schools: Dublin Schools District
Utilities: American Electric Power, city water
Size: 23 square miles
Zip Codes: 43016, 43017, 43235
Dublin, Ohio Community Information
Dublin, OH was an incorporated township created in 1881, and it officially became a city in August 1987. Dublin is a growing city whose core is reminiscent of a small village in Ireland. It is home to highly rated schools and the Memorial Golf Tournament held at Muirfield.
Through well-managed growth, Dublin, OH has preserved its historic past while enriching the quality of life within the community. Early nineteenth century architecture and dry limestone fences bordering its roads serve as testimonials to Dublin’s rural heritage. Many of its original buildings are listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
Today, the city of Dublin, OH encompasses nearly 24 square miles in the northwest area of metropolitan Columbus. Its population is comprised of upwardly mobile, young, married and employed citizenry, more than half of whom has children living at home. The daytime population rises to over 60,000 including residents and corporate citizens.
Public schools in Dublin, OH believe that all students can and must learn at high levels of achievement and are confident that, with support and help, students can master challenging academic material. Dublin City Schools are prepared to work collaboratively with colleagues, students and parents to achieve this shared educational purpose.