Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations


  • Shannon Community Center (11600 Shannon Avenue) can accommodate two cars at once. 
  • Fallon Sports Park  (lower level, Central Parkway at Fallon Road) can charge three cars at one time.
  • Dublin Library (200 Civic Plaza) can accommodate three cars at once. 
  • Heritage Park (6600 Donlon Way) can accommodate four cars at one time.
  • The Wave at Emerald Glen Park (4201 Central Parkway) can charge eight vehicles at a time.
  • The Public Safety Complex (6361 Clark Avenue) can charge three vehicles at a time.
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The new EV charging stations at Heritage Park and the Wave were funded in part by a grant from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District as part of their Charge! Program.

EV Charging Station Policy

  • A flat rate fee per kWh to cover electricity use is charged for the use of the station. The fee amount is adjusted annually. For the current fee, refer to the City's Master Fee Schedule and search for electric vehicle charging station fee. 
  • There is a four (4) hour time limit for charging at the EV station. Violators may be subject to towing at owner's expense.
  • Vehicles parked in EV station spaces MUST be connected to the charging station. Violators may be subject to towing at owner's expense.

Call the City at 925-833-6630 if you have any questions.

White Prius automobile parked in front of electric vehicle charging station at Fallon Sports Park.

EV Charging Station Etiquette

To provide our residents with sustainable transportation opportunities, the City of Dublin sponsors these EV charging stations. To ensure equitable use of limited spaces, we ask you to observe EV Charging Station Etiquette:

  • Space reserved for EV charging only.
  • Place the cord where no one can trip
  • When done, please neatly wind up the cord, plug the charger into the station, and move your vehicle so other EV users can plug in

State of California law on EV’s (AB 475 Butler)

“Electric vehicles (EV’s) must be plugged in for refueling when occupying an EV designated parking space, otherwise they may be towed. In addition, the law prohibits a person from obstructing, blocking, or otherwise barring access to an EV-designated parking space."

Using the Stations

  • The equipment and software are managed by ChargePoint. In order to use the stations (which are dual 240/120 volt stations), you will need to access the ChargePoint network. 
  • To access charging station without a ChargePoint card: Call ChargePoint to get access - you must be parked at one of the stations. ChargePoint staff activate the station. You should hear a click, which means you can now remove plug from the holster, and plug the charging cord into your EV.
  • To get a ChargePoint user card: Go to ChargePoint to apply for their user card. 

EV Charging Station