Muirfield Bike Lanes
Named a Bicycle Friendly City by the League of American
Bicyclists in 2013 – Dublin continues to expand
its bike path network. This summer five-foot wide bike
lanes will be constructed along Muirfield Drive from Moors
Place to Glick Road and pedestrian will be added over
the North Fork Indian Run. The bridge construction will
start this month and will connect the new bike lanes to
existing paths located at the Muirfield Drive/Brand Road
roundabout. Outside traffic lanes for northbound and
southbound Muirfield Drive traffic are currently closed to
traffic and will stay closed until the project is completed
in November 2014. For questions contact Engineering Manager Ken Richardson at
[email protected]or 614.410.4631.
Community Service Officers
Dublin recently added six new Community Service Officers, bringing the City’s total to 15. Follow Dublin on social media to see features on this front-line group who dedicate hours each month to help Dublin Police and residents.
Dangers of Distracting Driving
We have all been guilty of it at one time or another – doing something else while driving. It can be eating, drinking a cup of coffee, looking at our cell phone, searching for a favorite song, or about anything else. In the coming months, Dublin Police will launch an education initiative regarding the dangers of Distracted Driving.
Coyotes - Let Them Know They Are Not Welcome
Coyotes live among us - make sure you are taking the proper steps to protect yourself, your family and your pets. Pet food, unpicked fruit or vegetables and trash can all invite these unwelcome visitors. If you do encounter a coyote, don't back away. Throw rocks or items in the direction of the coyote, spray water from a garden hose, wave your arms, yell, and look as big as you can. You can learn more about coyotes and how to deter them at
Nextdoor – New Way to Connect with the City of Dublin
The City has added Nextdoor, another communication tool where residents can converse with neighbors and City representatives. There are 25 active neighborhood groups with more than 1,000 households using this social media tool to exchange information, express concerns and stay current on neighborhood trends impacting your safety.https://nextdoor.com/
New Website Feature It’s a new one-stop shop designed for neighborhood groups wrapped up in one webpage: http://dublinohiousa.gov/neighborhoods/
The City’s new webpage provides information, such as hosting a block party, links to previous Dublin Directs, contact information for all Dublin Homeowners Association and Civic Association Groups.
Resident Survey – Protecting Our Waterways The City of Dublin is blessed with many beautiful natural features such as waterfalls, ravines and the Scioto River. The City is committed to protecting the community’s waterways by reducing stormwater pollution. We are inviting residents to take a brief survey that is an important component to our stormwater management efforts. Please share the survey link with your friends and neighbors.. Residents who participate in this research will be eligible to win their choice of a compost bin or rain barrel. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QNBGXT8
Save The Date
Next Neighborhood Group Meeting in the Bridge Street District and get updates on City projects at the City’s next neighborhood association meeting.
Heartland of Dublin
4075 W. Dublin-Granville Road
Wednesday, Oct. 15
Facility Tours 6 – 6:30
Meeting 6:30 – 8 p.m
To reserve a seat or add an item to the agenda contact Community Relations Assistant Lauren McDonald at 614.410.4450 or [email protected]
No Small Feat
Officer Climbs Mt. Rainer for Charity
If you see Officer Devin Howard patrolling the streets of Dublin,
you might want to extend congratulations. Officer Howard climbed Mount
Rainer in July to help raise money for charity.