The economic development strategy is a strategic planning document and planning process that helps guide the economic growth and development of our community.
The City of Dublin’s economic development efforts help to maintain a high quality of life by supporting businesses, jobs, and tax revenues that fund City services. In 2012, the City Council adopted the City's first Economic Development Strategy which is largely focused around four top priorities:
Enhancing quality of place for businesses and residents
Small business support and growth
Development of the Eastern Dublin Transit Center
Development in Downtown Dublin
Within the 10 years since the strategy was adopted, the City has made significant accomplishments and strides in fulfilling these priorities. To ensure the strategy remains relevant, the City of Dublin is currently preparing an updated Economic Development Strategy and an update to the “Economic Development Element” of the City’s General Plan. The Strategy and Element will outline the Dublin community’s vision for economic development and will identify specific strategies and actions the City will implement to fulfill this vision.
As part of the update, the City is has conducted several stakeholder and focus group meetings with the community. The City is also conducting Resident and Business Community surveys. The City invites all residents and business owners/operators in Dublin to provide their input on priorities, issues, and opportunities to help inform the vision, goals, and strategies in the Economic Development Strategy and Element. Please provide you input by January 31, 2024!