The Muirfield Association office will be open special hours this
Saturday, March 21 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
to give those residents who have not obtained a Muirfield photo ID card
a chance to have their photos taken and cards issued. The entire ID process takes just under
3 minutes and your card will be issued immediately!
If you miss this date, you'll have another after-hours opportunity on
Thursday evening, April 16, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30
Additionally, photos can be taken any business day at the Association office from 8 a.m. to
A Muirfield photo ID is required to enter the pool facilities, whether
swimming or not. Photos will not be taken at the pools this year, so please
plan to visit the Association office before the pools open.
The Association has a large number of ID cards from last season. If you had a photo taken at
the pool and did not pick up your finished card, it is at the Association office. An adult
family member may pick up cards for their entire household any time the Association office
is open. Residents may only pick up cards for their own household; not for neighbors or
friends. Children under 18 may not pick up cards.
If you have lost your ID card, there is a $10 replacement fee. The office is able to accept
cash and checks.
Exclusive Brunch Invitation
To show our appreciation to The Country Club at Muirfield
Village for allowing us to utilize their facilities for our Annual meeting and for offering
their services at a greatly reduced cost, the Muirfield Association is pleased to remind
Muirfield residents of this exclusive invitation:
The Country Club at Muirfield
Village exclusively invites all Muirfield Village homeowners and their families to
experience a delectable Sunday brunch in our beautiful, newly-renovated
There are two more bunches planned for Muirfield Residents this spring. They will take place
on Sunday, March 29 and Sunday, April 26 between 11 a.m.
and 1 p.m.
Brunch cost is $13.95 (plus tax and gratuity) for adults and $10 (plus tax and gratuity) for
kids and is payable by credit or debit card.
Reservations are kindly requested and may be made by calling The Country Club at 764-1714.
We hope to meet you at an upcoming brunch!
The Muirfield Association is pleased to pass on the
following message from the Muirfield Village Civic Association (MVCA).
Introducing Muirfield Playgroup
A Great New Benefit of MVCA Membership!
Are you new to Muirfield and/or just looking for children the same age as yours?
Would you like to meet other Moms in the neighborhood?
Would you like your children to meet children their same age?
Are you a working mom who wants to attend playdates on the weekend?
If you answered "Yes", we have exciting news for you!
We are thrilled to introduce the
Our primary goal is to connect moms through playdates and events.
Whether you're a new mom, new to Muirfield, or want to meet new friends, our weekly
and monthly meet-ups will be the perfect way to connect with moms in Muirfield.
* Our children will build close friendships
* Support each other
* Trade ideas, tips, and advice
* Meet New friends
Please email your Name, Address, Phone Number, Names and Ages of Children and Preference of
Days and Times to
We will begin organizing Playgroups and Events soon! Looking forward to meeting you!
Please contact Lauri Patrick, Organizer and Neighbor, at
City of Dublin Pet Code
While the majority of residents are responsible pet owners, it has come to the
Association's attention that a small handful of owners have not been removing their
animal's waste from others' property and from along pathways.
All pet owners have a responsibility to clean up after their pet. Dublin has an ordinance
against persons leaving dog waste on property other than their own. Residents should be
aware that a fine of up to $100 can be levied by the City of Dublin for each offense.
The City of Dublin code states:
§ 96.17 ANIMAL REGULATIONS; HUNTING AND FISHING.
(2) No person being the owner or having charge of
any animal on any public or private property other than the property of the owner or person
having charge of such animal, shall fail to have in his possession a wood, plastic, or metal
device or other container for the purpose of picking up and properly disposing of any fecal
matter left by his/her animal. Failure of any such person to have in his possession
such suitable device or container is prima-facie evidence of a violation of this
section. No person shall fail to remove fecal matter left by his or her animal within
a reasonable amount of time by properly placing such refuse into a waste receptacle.
§ 96.99 PENALTY.
(B) Whoever violates §§ 96.15, 96.17(B), 96.19, 96.20, 96.22 or 96.23
is guilty of a first degree misdemeanor.
§ 10.99 GENERAL PENALTY.
Whenever, in this code or in any ordinance of the municipality, any act is
prohibited or is made or declared to be unlawful or an offense or a misdemeanor, or whenever
the doing of any act is required or the failure to do any act is declared to be unlawful,
where no specific penalty is otherwise provided, whoever violates any such provision shall
be punished by a fine not exceeding $100. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each
day during or on which a violation continues or occurs.
Residents may contact City of Dublin Code Enforcement at 410-4647 with questions or to
Your neighbors and the Association thank those who are diligent in caring for and cleaning
up after their animals!