Dublin is one of the fastest growing communities within Alameda County. It is located south of San Ramon and north of Pleasanton. It is bordered by the 580 and 680 with two BART stations. These hubs of transportation provide easy commuter access to San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Alamo, Danville, Lafayette, and numerous other communities.
The city has almost doubled in the past decade and has rich diversity of people and cultures. Dublin arose from the land originally given to Jose Marie Amador in 1835. Irish immigrants bought land from Amador and the first housing tracts were built in the 1960s.
Dublin students attend one of the premier school districts in California. Dublin High School has been named one of the top high schools in the United States while each of the elementary schools have received accolades from California Distinguished School, California Gold Ribbon School, and/or National Blue Ribbon School. Student test scores are routinely in the top tier of schools in the State.
Beyond the community, Dublin hosts two major festivals each year. In March, the city hosts the St. Patrick’s Day parade and festival. During September, Dublin has Splatter, which brings local Livermore and Napa wineries along with games and booths.
Dublin is definitely one of the jewels of Alameda County.