Located in the state of California, Dublin is a medium-sized city with a population of 54,523 people. In Dublin, there are 3,579 people per square mile, which is well above the national population density average. Individuals of White (48%) and Asian (37%) backgrounds make up a significant portion of the population of Dublin. Dublin has a high percentage of people who are married with children when compared to the rest of the country. In total, more than 82% of the population is classified as married and 44% have kids.
Whether you’re relocating to a new city to be closer to family, friends or for a new job, living in Dublin could be a positive experience compared to other cities in California if you know where to look. To help you find the best places to live in and around Dublin, AreaVibes has created a livability score using key metrics like crime, cost of living, weather, education, housing and more.
Dublin, CA receives 82 out of 100 for its livability score; this results in a ranking of #38 in California and #1,017 in the USA. This is a fantastic score, as Dublin ranks well in multiple categories! Dublin also ranks in the top 10 percent of all cities, which is no small feat! If we dig a little deeper into each category within the livability score, we see that Dublin has higher than average scores for the following: amenities (A+), crime (A-), weather (B+), education (A+) and employment (A). Dublin does not fare well for the following: cost of living (F). It might be wise to take a closer look at each category to find out why.
Location, location, location - possibly the three most important words in your search for a new place to live. Fortunately, in Dublin, there is no shortage of amazing local amenities and interesting things to do. Some of the notable things to do include: Iron Horse Trail, Dublin Ranch Golf Course, and Dublin Heritae Park & Museums.
Feeling a sense of safety in the area that you live in is a must for most people. Low crime rates can have a positive impact on things like home prices, home appreciation rates and the overall sense of community. Dublin has a violent crime rate of 137 crimes per 100,000 residents which is far lower than the national average.
School test scores can be an important metric in deciding if the local area schools can provide a solid educational system for children. The schools in Dublin have a test score average of 72%, which is well above the US average.
Dublin real estate prices and overall affordability will play a huge role in determining if the area is the right fit for you. Of course there are probably some other items on your “wish list”, but even before they are considered, let’s take a look at the home prices and affordability in Dublin. The median home price for Dublin homes is $693,900, which is 69.5% higher than the California average. If we take a closer look at the affordability of homes in Dublin, we’ll see that the home price to income ratio is 5.4, which is 15.6% lower than the California average. Purchasing your new home can come with many financial benefits, some of which are more lucrative than others. Perhaps the most notable benefit could be the appreciation of your new home. Home appreciation rates are a good way to generate tax-free equity on a long term basis. The year over year appreciation rates in Dublin were 8.6%, and the 5 year appreciation rates came in at 10.1%.
|Average one way commute||37min||28min||26min|
|Workers who drive to work||70.0%||73.5%||76.4%|
|Workers who carpool||9.4%||10.6%||9.3%|
|Workers who take public transit||12.1%||5.2%||5.1%|
|Workers who bicycle||0.3%||1.1%||0.6%|
|Workers who walk||1.0%||2.7%||2.8%|
|Working from home||6.3%||5.4%||4.6%|