Community of Dublin
Dublin is located at the crossroads of the 680/580 freeways and encompasses 14 square miles of flatlands and rolling hills. Once the home to the Ohlone Indians and Mexican rancheros, Dublin was quickly settled by successive waves of immigrants to California that continues to this day. In 2010, the population was 46,063, a nearly 56% change from the 2000 census. The city has carefully managed its growth with new parks, a new community center, senior center and the new Dublin Library. In 2011, Dublin was named an All American City by the National Civic League. Major companies in Dublin include Carl Zeiss Meditec, Sybase Corporation, and Hexcel.
- City of Dublin
- Dublin Chamber of Commerce
- Dublin Unified School District
- One Dublin
- Dublin Historical Preservation Association
The Dublin Historical Preservation Association Foundation (DHPA) delivers highly needed historic enhancement and preservation activities that are left unfunded by other means. For over thirty years DHPA has brought together generous support from the business community, local service organizations, and citizen volunteers, to preserve and enhance the Murray School House, Old St. Raymond’s Church, the Kolb House, the Dublin Pioneer Cemetery, the Camp Parks historic collection and a diverse range of services and funding to many Dublin heritage efforts. DHPA heavily supports the Dublin Heritage Parks and Museums and the ongoing preservation of Dublin’s history.