Dublin, California

Alameda County


Dublin is a city with the status of a city in Alameda County in the U.S. state of California. The population is around 46,000 (as of 2010 ). Dublin is also the headquarters of the County Administration.

Location and infrastructure

Dublin is 580 and 680 east of Oakland at the intersection of Interstate. Dublin is also connected via the BART to San Francisco and other Bay Area cities, the station is here Dublin / Pleasanton or West Dublin. Pleasanton is the neighboring town of Dublin, both of which are separated by Interstate 580 and the BART.

One of the oldest church building, built in 1859 Old St. Raymond 's Church, located in Dublin. It was built by Irish immigrants.

The census of 2010 showed a population of 46 036. Thus, the urban population increased by more than 16,000 within a decade. So lived in 2000 slightly more than 29,000 people in Dublin. The demographic structure of the population groups indicates that a relative majority, 44 percent, are white. Above average, the proportion of Asian- citizens, who make up more than a quarter of residents by 36 percent. Latinos are represented by 14 percent, which is below the California average. Other groups, such as African-Americans are a minority. The African American population comprises slightly more than nine percent. The census collected in 2010 also found that the number of households was 14,913, which each household has an average 3.08 persons. The median age of the population was 35.3 years, while 100 females 108.8 males.


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