The Planning Division coordinates the City’s review of residential, commercial, office, and industrial development projects. This includes working with property owners, developers, business owners, and residents to ensure that their development proposals conform to City policies and guidelines.
Interactive Development Map:
Click on our interactive development map (to the right) for more information about proposals and projects.
Sign Up to Receive Information About Community Meetings for Major Development Projects in Dublin
Interested in participating in community meetings related to major development projects in the City of Dublin? Sign up to be notified when meetings occur. Visit https://www.dublin.ca.gov/list.aspx and scroll through the “Notify Me” category to find the Community Meetings - Major Development Projects listing.
Residential Development Activity
UNITS ISSUED BY PLAN AREA
2024 Year to Date
Estimated Units Remaining
Eastern Dublin Specific Plan
Dublin Crossing Specific Plan
Downtown Dublin Specific Plan
For more information, please contact the City of Dublin Community Development Department at (925) 833-6610.
Copyright Disclosure and Fair Use Commitment for Copies of Architectural Plans
ARCHITECTURAL PLANS ARE SUBJECT TO COPYRIGHT PROTECTION UNDER STATE AND FEDERAL LAW. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL MAY RESULT IN A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW, 17 USC § 501.
The City of provides copies of architectural plans that are submitted to the City in the course of the design review or land use approval process in order to comply with State public disclosure laws. The City provides copies of these architectural plans for the purpose of facilitating project review, public comment and news reporting consistent with the doctrine of fair use. Any further use or publication of architectural plans without the permission of the copyright owner may constitute an infringement of applicable copyright protections.
By clicking on the interactive development map and accessing the draft plans, you are (1) acknowledging the existence of copyright protection for architectural plans; (2) recognizing that the use of such plans is limited by the copyright protection; and (3) represent that you do not intend to use the copies in any manner that would infringe upon the copyright.