Living up to its ranking of #7 on Money’s list of “The Best Places to Live,” Dublin is the perfect suburban city to set down roots in. With easy access to BART/580, gorgeous parks, and an incredible school district, this Tri-Valley community is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country—and it’s still growing. With a nice balance of appreciating the past and looking forward to the future, Dublin has some of the most striking architecture and development around. Whether in East and West Dublin, Dublin Ranch, or Wallis Ranch, there are new and beautiful master-planned areas to live at every turn. With an impressive list of community projects coming up and the construction of high-end condominiums, townhouses, and single-family homes, there’s a lot to look forward to when starting a life in Dublin.
What to Love
- Notable school district
- Exciting development projects
- Easy access to surrounding areas
- Gorgeous modern homes
People & Lifestyle
In Dublin, a slow lifestyle with a touch of luxury is cherished by the families living in the area. Whether it’s an afternoon strolling through the park or dining at the newest restaurant in town, residents take joy in safe, day-to-day life and the new and exciting things that are constantly popping up in town. Dublin sits at the intersection of Interstate 580 and 680, which means an easy commute for working parents. The rich quality of life is unmatched, and the sense of community between the variety of programs, services, and amenities is truly one-of-a-kind.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dublin is appealing due to its commutability as well as its down-to-earth atmosphere and ample dining, shopping, and recreational options right in town. A trendy and colorful destination, has everything from fast-casual eateries that are perfect for a busy day running errands to chic boutiques and grocery stores for every one of your clothing or wellness needs. is a mixed-used center that has an IMAX and lots of restaurants and shops, including Best But, Bed Bath & Beyond, Barnes & Noble, Five Guys, World of Beer, Lazy Dog Restaurant, and more! Dublin has several other large shopping centers, including Dublin Place and Dublin Retail Center, The Shops at Waterford, The Shops at Tralee Village, Grafton Station, and more.
Things to Do
Dublin residents value a healthy and fun lifestyle. Get outside and walk, bike, or play at , which is the largest community park in Dublin. This serene yet lively 48-acre green space features various sports fields, a skate park, trails, and picnic areas. Located in the park is , a 31,000-square foot facility that boasts a huge indoor pool for year-round swimming lessons, exercise programs, and recreational use. is a popular public park with paths, lighted fields, and courts for various sports—there’s even a BMX track! Golf enthusiasts thrive at , a par-63 public golf course with luscious hills and panoramic views of Livermore Valley and Mount Diablo. Of course, Dublin wouldn’t be Dublin without its , a festival brimming with local vendors, entertainment, and fun activities for the whole family.
Dublin has several highly-rated schools and educational facilities of note, including:
- John Green Elementary School, Public, K-5
- Eleanor Murray Fallon School, Public, 6-8
- Dublin High School, Public, 9-12