2.73Avg Per Household
63.5%Single Family Homes
- Housing units: 15,782
- Percent of housing stock that is Single-Family Detached Homes: 63.5%
- Homeownership rate: 63.7%
- Average persons per household: 2.73
Top 10 Largest Employers
|United States Government & Federal Correction Institute||2,100|
|Dublin Unified School District||755|
|County of Alameda||465|
|Micro Dental Laboratories||242|
|City of Dublin||208|
|Franklin Templeton Investments||200|
Open House Sign Ordinance
Sign LocationSigns are allowed on sidewalk and landscaping strip between sidewalk and street but cannot disrupt vehicular flow, views, ingress or egress, or restrict sidewalk to less than 32”. Signs may not be placed in the center divider or traffic islands and within a 5 foot radius of a call box, fire hydrant or mail box. Signs allowed in R-1, R-2 and RM zones only.
# of Signs AllowedFour per property, eight per intersection and one per property per intersection.
Maximum Sign HeightThree feet.
Maximum Sign AreaFour square feet.
Sign Text & Other RequirementsNo tags, riders, streamers, balloons or other attachments. City may charge for removing illegal signs. Signage is not to be adhered to or attached to any public sign post, traffic signal or utility pole. Authorization of affected private property owner shall be secured prior to placement of signs on private property.
Days and Times Signs may be DisplayedHolidays, Saturdays and Sundays and one agent tour day each week from 10:00 a.m. to sunset.
Contact InformationPlanning: (925) 833-6610
Municipal CodeChapter 8.84.140 K
Potential Disclosure Issues
Spark Arrestor Ordinance
The transfer of any real property containing a single-family dwelling, whether the transfer is made by sale, exchange, or real property sales contract, as defined in Section 2985 of the State Civil Code, shall deliver to the transferee a written statement indicating that the transferor is in compliance with this section. The disclosure statement shall be either included in the receipt for deposit in a real estate transaction, an addendum attached thereto, or a separate document. (Ord. 37-87 § 1 (b))
Heritage Tree Ordinance
No person may remove, cause to be removed, or effectively remove any heritage tree from any property within the city of Dublin without obtaining a permit from the Director. “Heritage tree” means any of the following: Any oak, bay, cypress, maple, redwood, buckeye and sycamore tree having a trunk or main stem of twenty-four inches or more in diameter measured at four (4) feet six inches above natural grade.Read Heritage Tree Ordinance
There are several different types of assessment districts in the City of Dublin, including:
- Landscaping Assessment Districts
- Street Lighting Assessment Districts
- Geologic Hazard Abatement Districts (GHAD)
- Refuse Collection Assessment Districts
- EMS Fees
- Dublin Boulevard Extension Assessment District
Some districts, such as Landscaping and GHAD, are only assessed on properties within the physical boundaries of their districts. Other districts, such as the Refuse Collection and Street Lighting districts, are assessed on every property in the City of Dublin. Assessments occur annually and are collected on the property tax bill.
Additional Tax Information
The Alameda County Assessor Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office may have additional information about property-specific taxes or assessments. You may look up a property by its parcel number or street address.Lookup Current Taxes
Transfer Tax Information
Alameda County Transfer Tax($ per thousand of sale or transfer price) $1.10
per each thousand
Property Tax Rate*($ per thousand of assessed value) 1.1401%
per each thousand
* This is not the rate for all properties. A detailed Property Tax Bill with the most accurate Property Tax Rate can be found at the Tax Assessor’s website. If you’d like to see your Alameda County property tax bill, visit Alameda County Assessor and follow these instructions.
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