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City Of Dublin

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OUR DUBLIN HISTORY
Nestled on the banks of the Scioto River, Dublin was settled in 1802.  It was incorporated as a village in 1881, and was still a village in 1970 with only 681 residents.  In 1987, Dublin became a city and, today, boasts a residential base of 36,300
 

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Entrance to Dublin. Home of the Emerald City Summer Music Games 2006.
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  Memorializes the Wyandot Chief Shateyaronyah. The Chief made his final camp on the banks of the Scioto River.   A tribute to Jack Nicklaus, Master of Golf, a Teacher and a Role Model.
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    Dublin Jerome Stadium, location of
    Emerald City Music Games 2011.
  Field of Corn-Commemorates Dublin's history as a farming community.
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OUR DUBLIN SCHOOLS

The Dublin School District, located 16 miles north and northwest of Columbus, encompasses 47 square miles in most of Dublin and parts of Columbus, Hilliard, Upper Arlington, Delaware County and Union County.  There are currently 19 schools in operation:  3 high schools, 4 middle schools, 11 elementary schools and one preschool, with an additional elementary school soon to be added.

 

 

Map of Dublin City School District
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