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Dublin is a Nationally-Recognized Premier Community
Bustling small-town charm and access to top-notch big-city attractions, amenities, and opportunities these are just part of what make the city of Dublin, Ohio a nationally-recognized premier community. Located just minutes from downtown Columbus, Dublin boasts so many of its own attractions, including the internationally-famous Dublin Irish Festival, and employment opportunities, that a commute into the city, while convenient, is certainly not necessary.
CITY INCOME TAX RATE 2.0% EFFECTIVE PROPERTY TAX RATE 90.74 mills
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Dublin: Residential Key Features
One of Dublin’s top attractions is its Historic Downtown, located on the banks of the Scioto River. Brick-lined sidewalks and beautiful 19th-century architecture are just part of what makes downtown so charming. Quaint shops, unique cafes, delicious cultural restaurants, Jeni's Ice Cream… there’s much to see and enjoy along the streets of downtown! But that's not all and from public art to summertime performances, award-winning community events to rich historical exhibits, Dublin has something to offer everyone. Appreciate Art in Public Places, or step back through time at the Fletcher Coffman House, the Kelton House Museum, or the Ohio History Center’s Ohio Village. Enjoy a show or partake in a theatre program at Abbey Theater. Enjoy summer performances at the Coffman Park Amphitheatre, or take a short drive to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, named the #1 Zoo in America by USA Travel Guide.
Live Irish music and cultural Irish events. One of the largest Irish festivals in the nation. Irish Second Saturdays and Irish Thursdays… Dublin takes pride in its rich Irish history with a wealth of exciting cultural events. The Dublin Irish Festival is just the beginning… also popular are the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Independence Day Celebration, Halloween Spooktacular, Irish Christmas in Dublin, and even the PGA Tour Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. So get out and have some fun in Dublin!
Employment, Recreation & Education
With a strong and diverse economy, Dublin calls to job-seekers young and old looking to enhance current careers to pursue new opportunities. Top industries in Dublin include education, banking, logistics, energy, medical research, healthcare, and technology. Some top employers include The Wendy's Company, Cardinal Health, Nationwide Insurance, The Kroger Company, CheckSmart, Midwestern Auto Group, Century Link, HP, Ashland Inc., Garden City Group, Careworks, Express Scripts, Stanley Steamer, and OhioHealth.
Parks & Recreation
With over 100 miles of bike paths and 60 city parks offering everything from vast prairie lands to wooded waterfall paths, there are plenty of ways to get outside and enjoy sunny Ohio days. Dublin parks offer playgrounds, athletic fields and courts, disc golf courses, skate parks, dog parks, picnic areas, and miles of hiking and biking trails. Also nearby is the Glacier Ridge Metro Park, offering hiking, horseback riding, disc golf, wetlands education, and picnicking.
Dublin is served by Dublin City Schools, which are committed to excellence and equality and rank among the top schools in central Ohio. In fact, all three of Dublin’s high schools were named top schools in the country by Newsweek in 2012. The district is comprised of 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools.
Dublin Real Estate
The Columbus lifestyle is calling — if you are ready to make Dublin OH home contact The Opland Group, the Dublin OH real estate experts at 614-332-6984 today for more information on neighborhoods and available homes for sale in Dublin.