It has come to the Association's attention that there is some confusion
regarding the new bike paths along Muirfield Drive.
Other than granting an easement to the City of Dublin
to construct the paths, the Muirfield Association has had nothing to do with the new paths.
The bike paths were designed, constructed and entirely
funded by the City of Dublin.
The finishing work on the berms, grass restoration,
and landscaping will be completed by and entirely funded by the city.
The new lights located along Muirfield Drive were installed and paid for by the city.
No Muirfield funds were used, or will be used, in conjunction with this city project.
Since the new bike paths are owned entirely by the City of Dublin,
please direct any concerns, maintenance requests, or questions to them at 410-4750.
Has Your Annual Assessment Invoice Arrived?
Annual assessment invoices were sent February 6.
If yours has not arrived by either mail or email
(depending on which method you requested),
please contact the Muirfield Association immediately at
Please note this email address ends in .org and not .com, unlike our website.
As a reminder, the Association office accepts
checks, money orders, and cash for payment.
Please make checks or money orders payable to "Muirfield Association, Inc."
Please include the top portion of your invoice or write your lot number
in the memo field of your check so that we can properly credit your account.
Our mailing address is:
8372 Muirfield Drive
Dublin, Ohio, 43017
To save yourself time, a stamp,
and a trip to the mailbox in freezing weather,
we highly recommend paying your assessment through your bank's bill pay program.
There is no fee from the Muirfield Association to pay using this
method and most banks do not charge a fee for this service.
Please check with your bank if you have questions about their fee structure.
You may pay with a credit card online in the Members Area of the website,
but there is a $30 fee to do so.
If you still wish to pay online with a credit card:
Go to the Members Area of the website
and log in (if necessary).
If you have not created an account,
click on the link on the login page
and fill in the requested information.
You will receive an email once your account is active.
Click on “Pay Annual Assessment”
on the right side of the screen (link is in the green box).
Follow the directions on the screen.
Payments are handled through Paypal.
You do not need to have a
Paypal account unless you are paying an
amount greater than $1,000.
Applications Still Being Accepted Through Tuesday
Interested in becoming more involved in your community?
Submit an application to serve on the Board of Directors
or the Grounds & Facilities Committee!
Applications are still being accepted
through Tuesday, February 17.
There is always a challenging issue or
ambitious project for the Board of Directors or
Grounds & Facilities Committee (G&F) to
deal with. Over the past several years, the G&F
Committee developed and initiated the highly-successful
Dedication Program; the Board of Directors
joined discussions with the PGA and the Muirfield
Village Golf Club regarding the Presidents Cup;
and they both worked together to select the best
summer swim facility use.
The Association regularly posts alerts on Twitter as we become aware of them.
Alerts include street closures, traffic and snow alerts,
lost and found pet alerts, City of Dublin news,
crime alerts, and last minute news from around Muirfield.
We encourage you to follow us at
Vicious Dog Alert
The Association has received reports of unleashed and
uncontrolled dogs behaving in a vicious manner near St. Alban's Place.
Dogs running at-large without a leash are a threat to all those
around them. Dublin has a leash law that states
animals should not be permitted to run at-large.
The Association also requires dogs to be under reasonable
control at all times. Some are lax in complying with this
ordinance because they think the dog will stay in the yard
and not be a problem. This is not necessarily true: even a
well-trained dog may react if animals or people invade the
dog's space. Without a leash,
very few dogs will be under reasonable
The Dublin police or Franklin County Animal
Control officers can impound any stray domestic animal.
Vicious or biting dogs should be reported
to the Dublin police or Animal Control.
If you observe an animal acting in a vicious manner,
contact one or more of the following:
Dublin Police: 614-889-1112 Animal control (Delaware County): 740-368-1915 Animal control (Franklin County): 614-462-3400
Taxpayer Scam Alert
A Muirfield resident reported that an
individual claiming to be from the U.S.
Treasury called her and demanded money
for “back taxes”,
which she did not owe.
According to the IRS website,
this is pervasive scam and warms
people to be aware of anyone who
calls or emails them and claims to
be from the IRS. Their website states:
“This scam has hit taxpayers in nearly every state in the country. We want to educate taxpayers so they can help protect themselves. Rest assured, we do not and will not ask for credit card numbers over the phone, nor request a pre-paid debit card or wire transfer,” says IRS Acting Commissioner Danny Werfel. “If someone unexpectedly calls claiming to be from the IRS and threatens police arrest, deportation or license revocation if you don’t pay immediately, that is a sign that it really isn’t the IRS calling.” Werfel noted that the first IRS contact with taxpayers on a tax issue is likely to occur via mail.