Annual Assessment Invoices are scheduled to be mailed and emailed on February 6, 2015.
If you are not on electronic communications, watch your mailbox starting February 7.
If you have signed up for electronic communications, please watch your
inbox and spam folder carefully starting February 6.
Sometimes our emails wind up being delivered to spam.
We recommend you "whitelist" or add our domain (muirfieldassociation.com)
to your list of approved senders. Each email provider handles this process differently,
so refer to their website for directions.
If you do not receive your invoice in your email or spam by
February 12, please contact the Association office for a re-send.
Invoices are due 30 days after the date on the invoice.
The Association office accepts checks, money orders, and cash.
It is possible to pay with a credit card online in the
but please be aware that there is a charge to do so.
Did you know most
banks will let you pay your invoice online through
their bill pay program for free?
Save yourself a check, time, a stamp, and a trip
to the mailbox in the snow! Check with your bank
to see how easy their program is. There are
no additional fees
from the Muirfield Association to pay using this method!
Save the Date! Muirfield Association Annual Meeting
The date for the Muirfield Association annual meeting has been set for
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
at The Country Club at Muirfield.
The business meeting will begin at 8:00 p.m.
The meeting will be preceded by a speaker,
meet & greet, or both -
exact schedule and times to be announced.
Stay tuned to our homepage and email blasts!
Bike Path Safety
With the addition of the new bicycle lanes on Muirfield Drive,
we'd like to pass on some safety reminders to help both drivers and cyclists.
A bicyclist is considered a vehicle on the road with all
the rights on the roadway and responsibilities of motorized traffic.
Cyclists must obey all traffic laws, including stopping at lights
and stop signs, plus signaling turns and stops.
Cyclists may turn, change lanes, and occupy the road
just as motorists do. Both motorists and bicyclists
should look out for one another and show mutual respect.
Even though cyclists have the same rights to the road as drivers,
please exercise caution and be exceptionally careful at intersections,
roundabouts, and near driveways. Motorists should check the bike lane
before making a right hand turn that could cross the path of a
cyclist on their right. Similarly, cyclists should be aware that
while most motorists are very careful, some are not always aware
of the cyclist's presence. An ounce of caution could save a serious injury.
The City of Dublin has some great information on cycling:
Since there is no barrier between the bike lane and the roadway,
always supervise children carefully.
When the weather is cooperative,
remember that Muirfield has over 29 miles
of multi-use paved pathways. These pathways can provide
a safer alternative to street travel.
Pathway maps can be found here.
It's our wish that everyone has a safe and fun biking experience!
The bike lanes along Muirfield Drive were constructed
by the City of Dublin with city funds.
Please contact them with any maintenance concerns at 410-4750.
Jack Nicklaus, Muirfield’s Favorite Son, Earns Congressional Gold Medal
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus soon will join a very exclusive club of
Ohioans who have been a recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal.
This is the highest honor Congress awards a civilian for contributions and personal achievement.
U.S. Representative Pat Tiberi introduced the House bill to honor Mr. Nicklaus
and Ohio Senator Rob Portman introduced the Senate bill. Pat Tiberi's bill
states the Congressional medal would be awarded for "service to the
nation in promoting excellence, good sportsmanship and philanthropy".
Mr. Nicklaus's contributions to our community are undeniable.
In 1968, Jack Nicklaus teamed up with prominent architects,
designers, and builders to fulfill his dream: 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 has sponsored the annual Jack
Nicklaus Memorial Golf Tournament since 1976, and our premier residential
community of Muirfield Village.
Golf Digest ranks the Muirfield Village
Golf Club number 1 in Ohio and 14th in the nation.
The Memorial Tournament attracts thousands of golf enthusiasts and visitors each year.
Mr. Nicklaus has also been the recipient of the Presidential Medal
of Freedom for his lifetime achievements, awarded in November 2005
by President George W. Bush. He shares the distinction of being
awarded both the Presidential and Congressional medals with only
one other golfer, Arnold Palmer.
Being a Good Neighbor
One of the many benefits of living in Muirfield is our pathway system.
These paths give residents the ability to walk through the woods and
open terrain without needing to visit a local park.
Paths often run right along residents' properties and can come close to homes. Please respect these neighbors'
privacy and their properties; do not enter another's yard without invitation and do not walk dogs through
yards or allow dogs off-leash to wander into yards.
Dogs are welcome on Muirfield pathways. Everyone appreciates responsible
pet owners. Dublin law states all pets are to be under their owner's control at all times by either
voice command or by leash and that pet waste must be cleaned up.
As a reminder, neither residents nor dogs may enter either golf course.
Nearly all residents are good neighbors and are very respectful of private property,
which in turn is respected by everyone who lives here.
Free Architect Services Still Available
It's never too early to start planning for spring and the remodeling season!
Would you like free assistance with making decisions about your home or landscaping?
The Muirfield Association is still offering the assistance of two professional
architects to assist our residents with their property enhancement plans.
Mr. Richard Taylor, Architect, will meet with you at your home to offer his
expertise in many areas of residential architecture covering everything
from roof material and paint selections, room additions and remodeling,
kitchen, bath, bedroom and garage updates. He is anxious to help you find
reasonable approaches in enhancing your home.
Likewise, Mr. John Reiner, Landscape Architect, will visit you to
offer positive suggestions and options for homeowners
who want to refresh tired, mature and over-grown landscaping.
His free service can include ideas for tree removal and replacement,
patios, decks, attractive screening and overall good health for your
home's exterior presentation.
If you are interested in having Mr. Taylor or Mr. Reiner
visit with you, contact Sandy at the Association office at
or (614) 889-0922.
For Sale: Cut and Split Firewood
Do you need more wood to get you through this cold winter? If so,
the Muirfield Association is still offering cut and split firewood for sale to residents.
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. A full cord of wood measures
four feet high by four feet wide by eight feet long (4 ft. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.)
Likewise, a half cord measures 4 x 4 x 4 feet.
Wood must be stacked at the rear of the house or an area screened
so it is not visible from the street or an eyesore to neighboring properties.
The delivery area must be easily accessible by wheelbarrow.
If extra handling is needed, there will be an extra cost.
The amount of firewood you are requesting (either half or full cord)
Let us know if you need extra handling, such as stacking wood on a deck.
Providing a good contact phone number is critical.
If we are unable to reach you by phone for delivery and stacking instructions,
we will contact the next person on the list.
All orders are on a first come, first served basis.
If you have questions, please email
or contact the office at (614) 889-0922.