Welcome to Dublin, where small town southern charm and a determination to keep Dublin-Laurens County "Green and Growing," have combined to create a community rich in character and full of life.
The City of Dublin was incorporated by the Georgia Assembly on December 9, 1812 and made the county seat. It is said that a citizen, Jonathan Sawyer, named it Dublin after the capital of his Irish homeland.
The city is situated at the junction of Interstate 16 and US Highway 441 and 319. It is about 2 hours away from the Atlanta airport and just an hour and 45minute drive from the beautiful city of Savannah. Dublin has a total area of 13.3 square miles of which, 0.1 square miles is water.
Dublin's economy was based on cotton, soybean trades and corn which developed because it is the trading center with 5 railroads running into the city. Back in 2000, the city was known as 'City Of Excellence' by Trend Magazine and tagged as 'Signature Community' by Georgia Department of Community Affairs. Exactly the same reason why Dublin's people upheave that they are the only city in Georgia that's DOUBLIN' all the time.
There's a lot of things to do and a whole lot more of experience to enjoy in Dublin. If your family is into both sports and adventure, you can go on fishing and hunting or go play tennis and golf. If you and your family are in for a little detour after the adventure, bring your kids to Dublin-Laurens County Historical Museum
For those who love shopping, the city has 400 stores; including Dublin mall and an entire retail center with shops and restaurants. Then after a tiring day from shopping, one can relax, sip wine under the astonishingly gentle climate of the city or visit the newly renovated Theatre Dublin.
In March, the entire community is a "wee bit Irish" for the Dublin-Laurens St. Patrick's Festival, which has been in existence for over 30 years! The month-long celebration offers fun for the whole family with a parade, a road race, an arts and craft fair, a leprechaun contest and much more.
Dublin is home to several scholarship pageants, which are largely popular in the Southern United States:
Whatever you need and whatever you want do there is always a place for everyone, where everything has a place. Experience the simple yet marvelous Emerald city called DUBLIN.
The mission of Dublin City Schools, a diverse and dynamic chartered district with a rich heritage of excellence, is to create a compassionate, respectful environment ensuring success through exceptional educational opportunities, integrating individualized instruction with leading edge technology, consistent discipline, and a world class curriculum.
For those wishing to take full advantage of all that Dublin-Laurens County has to offer year round, Southland Custom Homes specializes in Georgia new homes in the Dublin-Laurens County area. Southland Custom Homes is an on-your-lot custom home builder, meaning they build the home of your dreams in the location of your choice!
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