Overview of Dublin
Dublin, Ga. is a moderately sized city of 16,000 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Located in central Georgia, residents enjoy a mild climate year round. Located at the connecting point of three major transportation routes, Dublin residents have easy access to surrounding cities and destinations, including a 50 minute drive to Macon, a two-hour drive to the Atlanta Airport and about 117 miles from Savannah. Dublin apartments for rent attract residents to this growing and developing city.
Living in Dublin, GA
Oconee Fall Line Technical College and a Middle Georgia College campus are located in Dublin. Georgia College and East Georgia State College are in nearby Milledgeville and Swainsboro, giving residents access to education and job opportunities. Many of the region's top employers are major manufacturers and warehouses, including Best Buy, Fred's and Farmers Home Furniture. Close proximity to Interstate 16 also provides opportunities for access to education and employment. A Dublin rental can be perfect for residents who want to escape the noise of the city to the quiet of a city like Dublin and still have reasonable access to get where they need to go.
Dublin Attractions and Events
Incorporated in 1812 and named after the city in Ireland, Dublin immerses itself in its Irish roots every March with a month-long Dublin-Laurens St. Patrick's Festival. This family-friendly festival includes a parade, road race, arts and crafts fair and a leprechaun contest. Residents of the Emerald City spend time and enjoy the mild climate of Middle Georgia in Dublin's historic downtown. Thanks to the Dublin-Lauren's Historical Museum, learning about the history behind the area can be experienced by both residents and visitors.
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