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Welcome to Dublin, GA

The city of Dublin, GA is located in Laurens County, approximately 135 miles southeast of Atlanta and 117 miles west of Savannah and the Atlantic Coast. Its closest big city is Macon, GA (population 94,000). Incorporated by the Georgia Assembly in 1812, Dublin was largely settled by Irish immigrants; in fact, the city was named by one of its first citizens—Jonathan Sawyer—in honor of his homeland capital of Dublin, Ireland.

Today Dublin boasts a population of over 16,000, and serves as the governmental seat of Laurens County, offering a thriving economy, wide commercial base, and a warm, spirited community. Residents of Dublin take pride in their city’s small-town atmosphere, Southern hospitality, and high quality of life that provides a perfect environment for growing families. Dublin is served by Dublin City Schools and Laurens County Schools—together offering three high schools, three middle schools, and six elementary schools. Also within Dublin are the Trinity Christian School and the Heart of Georgia Technical College.

Weather in Dublin

The average high temperatures in Dublin range from 59 in January to 93 in July

Average home income in Dublin

The average household income of a Dublin resident is $56,975 with an average home value of $109,202

Population of Dublin

Dublin has 27,962 residents.

Home ownership in Dublin

The average level of home ownership in Dublin is 60%.

Education breakdown of Dublin

Education levels of residents of Dublin include: highschool 42%, associate 5%, bachelor 12%, graduate 7%.

Households in Dublin

Dublin has 10,813 homes, built on average 38 years ago.