As the City of Dublin continues to grow, central to our development is our dedication to enhance the overall quality of life here to create an environment where people love where they live. Our priority is to create and improve park, recreation, and cultural facilities for all current and future residents of Dublin. To that end, the City has several projects in the works, and we invite you to look at the many stages of our parks and facilities development.
This project provides for the design and improvement of an approximately 13,500-square-foot Cultural Arts Center on the first floor of the Dublin Civic Center. The space will serve as a multi-use facility that affords cultural, educational and social opportunities for the community. The Cultural Arts Center may include an art gallery, Black Box theater space multi-purpose art and music classrooms, and a dance studio.
The City of Dublin acquired a 12-acre parcel adjacent to the Iron Horse Trail for park and open space purposes. The property stretches from the border of San Ramon to the confluence of the Alamo and South San Ramon Creeks, south of Amador Valley Boulevard. Phase 1 amenities will include outdoor classrooms, shade structures, a bike maintenance station, and a direct link to Stagecoach Park.
Jordan Ranch Neighborhood Square is a new park to be located on Central Parkway in the Jordan Ranch development. The planned features of the park will include a multi-use sports court, a pollinator garden, a nature playground, and picnic areas.
This future 8.85-acre park, adjacent to the Wallis Ranch Community, will span three parcels of land along Rutherford Drive, bisected by Tassajara Creek. The park will feature a dog park; tennis, basketball, and pickleball courts; onsite parking; restrooms; fitness stations; group and individual picnic areas; children’s play areas; informal grass area for free play; landscaping; and walkways.