Welcome to Muirfield Village located in Dublin, Ohio

In 1968, Jack Nicklaus teamed up with prominent architects, designers, and builders to fulfill his dream of converting an unspoiled rural area outside the village of Dublin, Ohio, into a world-renown golf club and living community. The result is the Muirfield Village Golf Club, which hosts the annual Jack Nicklaus Memorial Golf Tournament, and Muirfield Village, the premier residential community in central Ohio.


Muirfield Resident Survey

Thank you to all residents who have provided feedback on the resident survey. Your responses will help guide the future of Muirfield Village! The last day to take the survey will be Friday, October 20. Please take the Muirfield Resident Survey by end of day Friday if you have not already done so. The Muirfield board, committees, and staff thank you for your input!

O'Shaughnessy Dam Bridge Closure

The City of Columbus will close the O'Shaughnessy Dam Bridge at 9 pm, Friday, November 3rd, reopening it around 5 am Monday, November 6th. Those dates and times are slightly tentative. This will be a complete closure and traffic will not be able to get over the bridge during the closure. Joints from last summer's repairs are being fixed. More details will be posted once we have them.

Glick and Rothesay Tunnel Closed

Beginning the week of October 2, the tunnel at Glick Road and Rothesay Drive will be closed along with the path going in and out of the tunnel. The City of Dublin will be painting the tunnel. Work will take approximately two weeks. Read more on the City's website.

Pathway Work and More Tunnel Closures

Association staff is still sealing sections of pathway pavement. Completion date will be dependent on several factors, including weather. Please do not enter closed areas.Read more about the pathway sealing project here..

Two separate tunnel projects are occuring at one time. The City of Dublin is working on tunnel entrances, which will close the paths in those areas. Work begins September 11 at Aryshire and then Memorial Drive, then a second project will begin starting September 18 of two Muirfield Drive locations here.

Sections of the pathways will be closed while crews complete these projects. Closed sections will be marked with caution tape or signs. Please don't enter the closed areas.

Looking for an alternate route? Maps of Muirfield pathways can be found here. We appreciate your patience!

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


Leaves will be collected during the following weeks in Muirfield Village:

  • October 9-13
  • October 23-27
  • November 6-10
  • November 20-24
  • December 4-8

To ensure pickup, have your leaves at the curb by 7 a.m. the Monday of each pick up week. Collections will take the entire week to complete in each zone. Remember, leaf piles can only contain leaves; not other plant debris, branches, or vegetation.

Check the city's LeafGo system to track leaf collection progress in real time. Read more about the city's leaf collection program here.

Trick or Treat will take place in Dublin on Halloween, Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 6 – 8 p.m. From the City of Dublin's Trick or Treat page:

Halloween Safety Tips for Homeowners

  • Keep your yard well-lit if you plan to pass out treats. Turn your lights off if you won’t be home to discourage children from approaching your property.
  • Make sure your yard is clear of such things as ladders, hoses, dog leashes and flower pots that can trip young children.
  • Battery-powered jack-o’lantern candles are preferable to using a real flame.
  • If you do use candles, place the pumpkin well away from trick-or-treaters.
  • Make sure paper or cloth yard decorations won’t be blown into a flaming candle.
  • Healthy food alternatives for trick-or-treaters include packages of crackers with cheese or peanut butter, packaged fruit rolls, mini boxes of raisins or microwave popcorn.
  • For non-food treats try pencils, stickers, coins or plastic toys.

Firewood deliveries start in the late fall (usually November), but you can get on the list now.

The cost is $100 for a half cord and $190 for a full cord. Cost includes delivery of the wood and stacking in an appropriate location on your property. Wood must be paid for at the time of delivery.

Place your order in the Members Area, email your request to [email protected], or call us at 614-889-0922, then wait for a phone call from our staff. We'll call right before delivery to confirm your order and stacking instructions.

To hold a yard or garage sale in Muirfield:

  • You don't need to notify the office.
  • Only Muirfield yard sale signs are permitted on properties. You may pick up one free sign and stake at the office. Only one sign may be placed on the property and it must be placed in the front yard.
  • Unauthorized signs are subject to removal. Other signs may be placed outside of Muirfield subject to the City of Dublin's rules.

The City of Dublin has rules regarding yard and garage sales. As a courtesy to residents, we are passing on the following information:

  • The City of Dublin requires a permit to hold a garage or yard sale.
  • Permits cost $5.00 each.
  • Permits are sold Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 5800 Shier Rings Road. Go to the main front desk or the Planning Department desk for assistance.
  • Green and white signs are sold for $1.00 each. (Residents should be aware that only Muirfield signs are permitted within Muirfield Village. The city’s signs may be used right outside of the Village.)
  • Residents may request up to 2 permits a year. Each permit is good for one sale lasting a maximum of 3 consecutive days.
  • Permits should be requested one week in advance.
  • Questions should be directed to the City of Dublin at 614-410-4600.

The city can levy a stiff fine ($102) to persons who hold a sale without a permit; therefore, we strongly encourages residents to obtain a permit.

Download all yard sale policies and information here.

Updated 10/17/17: Pathway sealing is nearly complete. However, given the temperature and the shortened days (and therefore fewer hours of sunlight, which is critical for drying), the project will not likely be completed this year. There's an outside possibility we may still work on the pathways this fall, but it will require warm days with plenty of sun.

The most likely scenario is that work will resume in the spring as temperatures allow.

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.


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