At its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, the Dublin City Council took a number of actions. The following summarizes the actions taken:
- The City Council proclaimed November 17-23, 2019, as United Against Hate Week.
- The City Council adopted an ordinance amending the Zoning Map and approving a Planned Development Zoning District for a 5.88-acre site in the Dublin Transit Center for the proposed 198-room Westin Hotel.
- The City Council adopted a resolution approving an agreement with Redwood Toxicology Laboratory, Inc., for the Provision of Toxicology Testing Services for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and Fiscal Year 2020-2021, contingent upon budget approval.
- The City Council adopted an ordinance to amend the Dublin Traffic Code establishing 15 new bus stops in the City of Dublin, as requested by Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA).
- The City Council adopted an ordinance to reduce the speed limit from thirty miles per hour to twenty-five miles per hour on Golden Gate Drive.
- The City Council adopted a resolution, approving the plans and specifications, and awarded a construction contract to IBS USA Incorporated for the Mape Memorial Park Playground Replacement. The Council also approved a budget change to increase project funding by $20,000.
- The City Council approved the art design and adopted a resolution approving an agreement with Colin Selig for a Public Art Project at Clover Park.
- The City Council approved the agreement to employ Linda Smith as the next City Manager of the City of Dublin, effective January 1, 2020.
- The City Council approved the Downtown Dublin Preferred Vision and its three main principles (siting of the town square, a new street grid network, and the downtown character), which will chart a path forward to improve the retail district of Downtown Dublin over the next 30-50 years.