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The gateway to the Tri-Valley region, Dublin is probably the most accessible city in the region. It is located at the I-580/I-680 interchange and is home two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations. Every year, Dublin celebrates the Irish immigrants that founded the city with the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. The city is undergoing a shopping and dining renaissance, with new national and regional stores, as well as neighborhood plazas with specialty shops and restaurants. Get outside and hike the newest East Bay Regional Park, Dublin Hills Regional Park. Located at the crossroads of Tri-Valley, Dublin's 14 square miles is alive with community spirit. The city has an approximate population of 41,907, and has consistently been on the list of fastest growing cities in Alameda County. Dublin is dedicated to developing and implementing quality programs that strengthen community image, provide recreational experiences, encourage healthy lifestyles, and preserve the city's heritage. From the historic district to the bustling downtown you will find a friendly smile and a helping hand. At work or play, Dublin looks forward to your stay.

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Spring "Tri-It!" list

> Go the distance along the Iron Horse Trail through Pleasanton, Danville, San Ramon and Dublin

Stock up on the season’s freshest produce and locally-made goods at the Dublin Farmers’ Market, April 17-September 25

> See and be seen at the Blackhawk Food, Wine and Film Festival in Danville, May 15

> Cheer or sneer at some of opera’s most famous figures at Livermore Valley Opera’s Villains and Heroes at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, May 24

> Find inspiration at the Art & Wind Festival in San Ramon, May 25-26


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