About Dublin, California
Dublin is a suburban city located in Alameda County, California, in the eastern part of the San Francisco Bay Area. It has a total area of 15.23 square miles, with no water area. The city is roughly 35 miles east of downtown San Francisco. The city has seen significant economic growth in recent years, with the opening of new retail centers, business parks, and housing developments. The city is located near several major shopping centers, including the Stoneridge Mall and the San Francisco Premium Outlets. Dublin is home to several beautiful parks and open spaces, including Dublin Hills Regional Park and Emerald Glen Park. It hosts numerous annual events, such as the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, a two-day festival that attracts thousands of visitors each year. The city also hosts the annual Alameda County Fair, one of the oldest and largest county fairs in California, at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Dublin is known for its excellent public schools, which consistently rank among the top in the state. The city is known for its commitment to sustainability, with numerous green initiatives in place, such as recycling programs and the promotion of renewable energy. Incorporated on February 1, 1982, Dublin has an estimated population of 69,794 as of 2024.