Dublin Civic Center
About the Civic Center
The City of Dublin's award-winning Civic Center is home to the City's administrative offices and Dublin Police Services. The 53,000-square-foot building consists of two semicircular wings surrounding a beautiful courtyard. The structure itself is a steel frame with an Arizona sandstone exterior, a fully landscaped interior courtyard, an impressive fountain, and a 68-foot clock tower.
The Civic Center includes an administrative wing, City Council Chambers, and the Regional Meeting Room. The Civic Center also houses a full police facility, including a short-term holding cell, an Emergency Operations Center, and training and support facilities.
The center was constructed to meet California's stringent earthquake standards.
Civic Center Rental Facilities
The Civic Center is an excellent place to conduct meetings and small receptions. Facilities available for rental within the Civic Center include the Regional Meeting Room and the City Council Chambers (view more information below).
Regional Meeting Room
This 1,250-square-foot rectangular room is ideal for holding meetings, workshops, and small receptions. The room features a kitchenette, drop-down screen, and windows that look out onto the beautiful Civic Center grounds.
- Assembly capacity: 125
- Dining capacity: 80
- Equipment: Tables (12 feet by 6 feet), chairs, podium, kitchenette, and a screen
The City Council Chambers offers theater-style seating, with flip-up desktops and panel seating at a dais in the front. The layout of the Chambers makes it perfect for lectures and presentations.
- Assembly capacity: 153
- Equipment: 142 theater seats, 11 panel seats, two podiums, PA system, and a screen