Rolling hills, mountain views, and winding roads consume 14.9 square miles in Alameda County, California, coupled with access to modern amenities and conveniences like restaurants, shops, spas, museums, galleries, and other forms of recreation. In the east bay region 35 miles east of San Francisco, is the affluent suburban city of Dublin, California.

Not many areas can be defined by their parades and festivals, but there’s nothing quite like the St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Dublin, California – a two-day extravaganza featuring a 5k run and walk, a firefighter-sponsored pancake breakfast, a two-day fun-filled festival, and a parade. The St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Dublin, California is a testament to the active nature of the spirit flowing throughout the community. The community also celebrates annual harvest festivals, holiday traditions, seasonal celebrations, and other special events throughout the year where neighbors can spend time relaxing and socializing.

There are approximately 54,695 residents living in the 94551 and 94568 zip codes of Dublin, California. Residents of Dublin earn average annual household incomes of around $128,351, double the state’s average annual household income of $64,000. In keeping, homes in the area hold average values of $764,437, significantly above the state’s average home values of $449,100.

Students living in Dublin, California who attend public schools have the privilege of attending schools managed by the Dublin Unified School District. Within Dublin, there are seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. There are also more than a handful of private schools from which to choose.

Dublin, California receives approximately 18 inches of rain each year, which falls collectively across 39 days throughout the year when the precipitation is measurable. But you don’t see many snowmen with button noses because it doesn’t snow in Dublin. Throughout the year, there are 262 days when the sun’s golden rays permeate the city. Summer high temperatures are around 87 degrees while winter lows fall to a chilly 39 degrees.

Public transportation is made available via “Wheels” bus routes, and the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) bus service. But there are also lots of trails, walkways, and bikeways for an eco-friendlier commute.

The Dublin Public Library has a whimsical appeal as its entrance is adorned by pillars boasting open books with flying pages and symbols for an internet cafe. Aside from the library, you can entertain yourself at the local movie theater, bowling alley, ice skating rink, museums, art galleries, and more.

One staple in the community is Heritage Park, where historic buildings, old graveyards, open lawns, picnic areas, and museums converge on a ten-acre plot of land. Steep yourself in the history of Dublin, California by exploring the exhibits and artifacts on display in the museums.

Dublin, California is a quaint community situated in the rolling hills of Alameda County. The affluent community is rich in local resources such as shops, restaurants, and recreational things to do, and is conveniently located to surrounding areas with even more options for entertainment and recreation.

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