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Located less than an hour from both San Francisco and Silicon Valley, this city of over 46,000 people is one of the fastest growing in Alameda County. Dublin is nestled among scenic rolling hills and flat lands with gorgeous views of majestic Mount Diablo. Its central Tri-Valley area location offers easy access to wineries, restaurants, museums, theaters, the ocean and the mountains. This city attracts residents by offering a variety of residential opportunities from town homes and condominiums to an abundance of single family homes in established neighborhoods or master-planned communities. In addition, a mild climate, award winning schools and dozens of parks and trails make this community a great place to call home.


Dublin employs over 20,000 people in various sectors providing the area with a highly trained and educated workforce. SAP, Tria Beauty and Carl Zeiss Meditec are all based here as well as the home of Hexcel’s US Center for Research and Technology. Located at the crossroads of Interstates 580 and 680, it is easily accessible to the entire bay area and offers city wide public transportation including a BART station and three nearby airports.


Averages in July

Averages in January

Maximum 89 °F (32 °C) Maximum 56 °F (13 °C)
Minimum 57°F (14 °C) Minimum 39 °F (4 °C)


Places of Interest

Farmers Market

Visit the outdoor farmer’s market every Thursday evening from April through September for local fresh produce, music and entertainment, cooking demonstrations, wine and beer tastings and activities for children.

Hacienda Crossings Shopping Center

The Hacienda Crossings Shopping center includes dozens of restaurants, shops and a 21 screen movie theater with IMAX.

ArcFest Film Festival

ArcFest is an annual film festival and convention that is widely popular.

Explore nature through one of the many hiking and biking trails including the Iron Horse Trail which offers a whole access trail over 30 miles long connecting the cities of Dublin and Concord.

Emerald Glen Park

Discover one of fourteen parks including Emerald Glen which boasts one of the largest skate parks in the Tri-Valley area and also offers over 40 acres of trails, play and group picnic areas, basketball, tennis and bocce ball courts as well as softball, soccer and cricket fields. Enjoy an outdoor summer concert at the Shamrock’n Sundays at Emerald Glen Park. A favorite event among locals is the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration featuring a festival, green and white gala, parade, pancake breakfast and a 5k run.

Dublin Heritage Park & Museum

Named after the city in Ireland by its Irish immigrants, Dublin honors its rich history. The Heritage Park and Museum offers visitors a unique and picturesque environment to explore the town’s roots. In 1856, the first schoolhouse in the Amador-Livermore Valley was built in Dublin. The Murray Schoolhouse, Green’s Store and the 1859 St. Raymond’s Church are among the historic buildings preserved in the park. Spend the day relaxing and discovering Dublin’s proud heritage.


The 2010 U.S. Census reported that Dublin had a population of 46,036. The population density was 3,087 people per square mile. The racial makeup of Dublin was 23,634 (51.3%) White, 12,321 (26.8%) Asian, 4,347 (9.4%) African American, 246 (0.5%) Native American, 287 (0.6%) Pacific Islander, 2,458 (5.3%) from other races and 2,743 (6.0%) from two or more races and 6,663 (14.5%) Hispanic or Latino of any race.

Places to Go