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County: Alameda Population: 44,297 Weather: Dublin Weather City Website: Dublin Website


Located in the rapidly-growing Tri-Valley region of San Francisco’s East Bay, Dublin is located at the crossroads of I-580 and I-680. Dublin is 14.01 square miles in size and currently has an approximate population of 41,907 (and growing!).

Dublin has a mild climate and a positive attitude toward commercial, industrial and residential growth. A wide variety of housing types, shops and recreational opportunities as well as an excellent educational system make Dublin a wonderful place to live, work and play.

Dublin has long been known as the “crossroads” of the Bay Area. Dublin now sits at the crossroads of two major highways: Interstate 580 and Interstate-680. However, the significance of the “crossroads” dates back over two hundred years when Dublin served as the crossroads of two important stage routes - one from the Bay Area to Stockton and the other from Martinez to San Jose. The Alamilla Spring, located in the Dublin area, provided a place for travelers to change horses and freshen up before continuing their journey.

Dublin has a rich history dating back to 1772 when Pedro Fages led an expedition of 16 mounted men on a journey in search of a land route to Drake’s Bay which at that time was called San Francisco Bay. Their return journey brought them through the Amador Valley.

By 1877 the first schoolhouse in the Amador-Livermore Valley, along with a church, two hotels, Green’s Store, a wagon and blacksmith shop, and a shoemaker’s shop were constructed in Dublin. The Murray Schoolhouse, Green’s Store, St. Raymond’s Church and the old cemetery (where members of the Donner Party Expedition are buried) have been preserved and are now located on Donlan Way. Mail was delivered to the Dougherty Station Hotel. Thus the area became known as Dougherty’s Station. Subsequently, the area became known as Dublin and in 1982 the City incorporated.

During the past twenty years, the rapidly expanding Tri-Valley area has become renowned as a place of prosperity, a center for internationally acclaimed business parks and home to some of the world’s largest corporations.

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