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My wife and I have lived in Dublin since 1977. I am a former president of the Dublin, Ohio Chamber of Commerce and the Dublin Youth Athletics. I have been active with many local "not for profits" of which the Dublin Foundation is one of my favorites. Our one son went through the Dublin public schools and lives less than 1/2 away from us with his family. Within Dublin we live in Muirfield Village and its 2,400 homes, 2 golf courses and life style are quite special. Come visit Dublin for the Irish Festival in August and check out the fun in a great community!
Dublin is one of the more wealthy neighborhoods in the capital city. It has a bubbling retail atmosphere with plenty of newly constructed housing. Most major corporations have headquarters located in Dublin, while residential space is vast. The Dublin school system is above the median county ranking and education is a top priority within the state. Most people do not live in Dublin for the nightlife. Dublin is not "diversity friendly" and some visitors may receive dirty looks or mistreatment. The commute time for Dublin travel for personal or professional use is less than 30 minutes, non-rush hour, Or 40-60 minutes during rush hour.
Dublin is a city that offers a great sense of diversity among the people, healthy choices for food and places to exercise, also it is a community for everyone! The people of Dublin are welcoming and cultured. The views at the parks and on the trails are breathtaking. You feel a sense of peace. It's a city with a lot to offer, but can also be a place of refuge. Dublin is a place of home.