Dublin Pride Week

Saturday, April 29 - Saturday, May 6

Dublin Pride Week is an annual event that promotes a positive image for the City of Dublin. The events encourage people to work to improve our world through environmental awareness and volunteerism.

Volunteer Day and Food Drive

Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who came out on Saturday, April 29, to help in the community!  Residents and guests helped clean up our creeks and parks, volunteered at schools and senior residences, and much more! Local food banks also benefitted from the generous donations of food collected during the Dublin Pride Food Drive.  

Home Energy Workshop

Wednesday, May 3, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at 100 Civic Plaza.  Learn about the Home Energy Score, a rating system which rates your home's energy efficiency on a scale of 1-10, similar to a MPG rating system for a car.  Next learn about the Home Upgrade Program which provides rebates to homeowners who want to take action on energy efficient upgrades.  Light dinner will be provided.  Email es@dublin.ca.gov to reserve your spot!

Screening of Dirt! The Movie

Saturday, May 6, 12:00 noon – 5:00 p.m. at Dublin Heritage Park and Museum, 6600 Donlon Way, Old St. Raymond Church. Dirt! The Movie is a documentary directed by Gene Rosow and Bill Benson and narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis.  This fascinating film brings to life the environmental, economic, social, and political impact that soil has worldwide.  Dirt! The Movie will be played on loop in the church as part of Dublin’s Spring Fair on the Farm. Check out the trailer! Information about how you can build healthy soil in your back yard will also be available. 

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection and Compost Give-Away Day

Saturday, May 6. Schedule an appointment to dispose of household hazardous waste in Dublin by calling 925-557-1091 or emailing psc-appointments@answerquick.com. A detailed flyer describing the event was mailed to all single-family dwellings in April. 

Poster & Essay Contest

The annual Dublin Pride Week Poster Contest is open to all K-12 students in Dublin.  This contest is a project of the Dublin Pride Week Committee and the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) Dublin/San Ramon chapter. This year the City of Dublin marks its 35th year as a city.  We have incorporated the anniversary into this year’s poster and essay contest.  This year’s poster theme is "Celebrate Dublin the Emerald City”. The question for the essay contest is “What environmental actions can Dubliners take in the next 35 years to reduce our impact on the environment?”  All Dublin students are encouraged to participate.  

Contact Us

For more information, please contact the City of Dublin, Public Works Department by email  es@Dublin.ca.gov or at 925-833-6630.
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