Development Resources

Notice of Proposed Changes to Dublin Municipal Code 7.98, Solid Waste and Recycling Enclosure Standards

Dublin City Council will consider adopting updated language for Dublin Municipal Code 7.98, Solid Waste and Recycling Enclosure Standards at an upcoming meeting. The new language for Council to consider can be found here.

The proposed changes to code will require:

  1. Installation of a sanitary sewer connection and hose bib, only in enclosures intended for use by food service establishments. Current code requires such installation for all newly built enclosures.
  2. Enclosures to be well maintained and used only to store trash, recycling, and organics containers. It also requires trash, recycling, and organics containers to be stored inside existing enclosures.
  3. New Developments to install and maintain public litter containers within the commercial development or multi-family complex.
  4. Installation of dog waste stations for newly developed parks and trails owned and maintained by private entities.

The public is invited to learn more about the proposed changes at a public meeting on November 20, 2018, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., in the Library Community Room, located at 200 Civic Center Plaza.

Development Permits - Stormwater Requirements

Stormwater requirements, including construction best management practices, stormwater management plan content, and template documents for Stormwater Management Maintenance Agreements can be found on the Development Permits - Stormwater Requirements page. 

Development Permits - Solid Waste Requirements

Please refer to the Waste Handling Standards for Commercial and Multi-Family Properties for solid waste requirements.

All projects must provide a completed Waste Enclosure Requirements Checklist with each application.

The City of Dublin requires all construction and demolition (C&D) projects recycle at least 65% of the waste for remodels or tenant improvements, and 75% of the waste for new construction generated on a job site, excluding asphalt and concrete debris, of which 100% must be recycled.  For more information and required forms, visit the construction and demolition webpage.