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Annual Assessment

Annual assessment invoices have not been sent yet. They are tentatively scheduled to be sent the first week of February. More information will be posted here once the actual send date has been determined. Residents have 30 days from the date of the invoice to pay the balance.

There is still plenty of cut and split firewood available! A half cord is $100 and a full cord is $190. Cost includes delivery and stacking on your property in an appropriate low-visibility location.

To get your name on the list, read more and order online in the Members Area, call the office at 614-889-0922 to place your order, or email info@muirfieldassociation.com and give us your name, Muirfield street address, a good contact phone number (or two) and whether you'd like a full or half cord.


Muirfield FAQs

Invoices are tentatively scheduled to be sent the first week in February. We will post a message when they have been sent. Please keep an eye on your email or mail, depending on your method of delivery.

Residents have 30 days from the date of invoice to pay the balance. No payment is currently due because invoices have not been mailed yet.

If your mailbox was damaged by a City of Dublin snowplow, call the Streets and Utilities Department at 614-410-4750 and tell them your address and that you live in Muirfield. They will call us to arrange for repairs and payment. Read more about winter mailbox damage.

To get real time snow removal and road treatment information, visit the SnowGO page. This will show you where the plows currently are.

With the exception of the two gated communities in Muirfield Village, all streets are city streets and will be plowed and treated by the City of Dublin. Muirfield Association doesn't plow city streets. Please visit the City of Dublin's snow removal page for more information.

The City of Dublin is collecting real Christmas trees as a part of their curbside yard waste collection program.

Collection will take place each Monday in January. Remove all decorations and place Christmas trees at the curb, free of any wrapping or bags, by 7 a.m. on Mondays. Trees should be cut to lengths of no more than 4 feet.

Read more on the city's website.

Exterior signage is very limited in Muirfield Village. Only certain types of signs are permitted and may only be displayed in accordance with the signage policy.

Residents who wish to display a sign other than a permitted one may place the sign on the inside of a window facing out.

The following types of signs are permitted:

  • One "For Sale" or builder sign may be placed in the front of the property in the buildable area.
  • Political signage is permitted on lots 3 weeks before Election Day and no longer than 3 days following Election Day.
  • One Muirfield issued garage sale is permitted the day(s) of the garage or yard sale.

No other types of signs are permitted on the exterior of homes, including, but not limited to, advertising signs (including contractor/remodeling signs), school signs, banners, "For Rent" (or lease), and seasonal or decorative signs.

As a reminder, signs placed on common ground will be removed. The City of Dublin will remove signs placed in city right-of-ways. Download the signage policy here.

There is virtually no wait for residents to get wood! The cost is $100 for a half cord and $190 for a full cord of cut and split firewood. Cost includes delivery and stacking in an appropriate location on your property.

To order, either place your order online in the Members Area or email info@muirfieldassociation.com and give us:

  • Your name
  • Your address
  • A very good contact number (or two)
  • The quantity of wood you'd like (half or full cord)
  • Stacking location/instructions

We'll call before delivery to verify stacking information. Payment is COD; cash or checks accepted.

The City of Dublin has a very strict policy regarding solicitations. As such, Muirfield Association does not have a separate policy.

In order for someone to solicit door to door in Dublin, a permit is required. Permits are issued by code enforcement. Applicants must pass a background check. Approved solicitors must wear a city-issued badge and must obey "No Soliciting" signs. Get more information about solicitations in Dublin and what to do if approached.

If you accidentally deleted an eNews email or alert from us, you can find it on the eNews page. If you don't receive eNews and would like to, sign up here.

The Resident Directory is located in the Members Area of the website.

We'd like to add as many residents as possible! Directory FAQs are here. The minimum information required to be in the directory is the name of one head of household and their Muirfield street address. Optionally, residents can choose to include other household members' names, phone numbers and/or emails. Add your listing here!

Our office is located at 8372 Muirfield Drive on the same driveway as the Muirfield Drive (Holbrook) pool and tennis courts. Continue past the tennis courts and you will dead end into our building. We have very specific directions online or download an aerial map and direction here. GPS units are generally unreliable for finding our office correctly.

Did you miss an email from the Association? Go to the Muirfield eNews page.