Dublin OH’s roots can be traced back to 1802. However, the village itself did not develop until the Sells family of Pennsylvania purchased the land and brought family in 1808.
Dublin OH originally experienced slow growth — from having a few mills and a store in the 1830s to hosting just shy of 700 citizens in the 1970s. The opening of I-270 exponentially grew the population, as did the headquartering of corporations such as Wendy’s and Ashland Inc. The Muirfield Village Golf Club brought in an affluent community, and by 1987, Dublin had nearly 5,000 residents.
The growth sparked annexation of the Washington, Perry, Concord, and Jerome townships. Today, there are several apartments, condominiums, retail stores, office buildings, and suburban amenities. The area also includes several natural areas, trails, and parks for a scenic escape.