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Dublin Destination Guide
Dublin’s new digital destination guide is now available! Discover local shopping, restaurants, parks, and more! Plan on staying close to home? You don’t have to go far to get away! https://www.visitdublinohio.com/discover/destination-guide/
Head to Historic Dublin to celebrate Fall on October 24th! Enjoy outdoor Live Art exhibits, including The Annual Paint Out, wood carving artist Dustin Weatherby, sidewalk chalk artist Cecilia Martyna and handmade bracelets by Calypso Bead Bar. The Dublin Food Pantry will be collecting food and monetary donations at theContinue Reading
The 6ft. Gallery is a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This safety-focused gallery is a collaboration between the DCVB and Dublin Arts Council that reminds residents and guests to stay 3 paintings apart. For artist details and a map of decal locations, click here.
The Spirit of the Festival Lives!
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Health and Safety
Your Guide to Visiting, Dining and Shopping in Dublin, Ohio
The Dublin Link Bridge
The Dublin Link pedestrian bridge is now open! Officially opening on March 17, 2020, it is the longest single span, single tower, S-shaped suspension bridge in the world. Dublin residents and visitors to the area can know easily cross the Scioto River to enjoy both the Historic Dublin District andContinue Reading
Expanded Dining Areas & Temporary Portable Structures
City Manager Dana McDaniel recently signed two temporary emergency orders to help support businesses and restaurants opening up under the COVID-19 State’s Responsible RestartOhio Plan. These orders are intended to support operations and social/physical distancing required by the State’s Restart Plan. These temporary amendments will immediately cease upon termination ofContinue Reading
New Signage Allowances for Dublin Businesses
As of April 16, 2020, the City of Dublin is allowing temporary signage increases for area businesses. The intent is to support and promote local businesses during this difficult times due to COVID-19.