Thanks to recommendations from the Muirfield Grounds &
Facilities Committee, Muirfield is creating a resident directory!
This electronic directory will be available exclusively
in the members area of the Association website and
only Muirfield residents will have access to it.
The purpose of the directory is to give Muirfield residents a way to contact one another. Unlike the original paper directory, residents can choose to list more than one phone number plus up to two email addresses. The directory will be organized alphabetically by last name of the primary head of household, just like a regular phone book.
It is important to note that inclusion in the Muirfield resident directory is ENTIRELY VOLUNTARY. No residence will automatically be included. A head of household must submit a listing in order to have their household listed.
By accessing the directory or by adding a listing, you are agreeing to our
Terms of Service,
which state that website content can only be used for personal, internal, and non-commercial use.
What information is included in listings?
Residents may choose how much (or how little) of their household’s information is included on their listing.
If a resident chooses to have their household included, the minimum information required for a listing is as follows:
Head of household’s first name (or first initial) and last name
Muirfield street address
The Association will automatically add the lot number to all listings.
Additionally, residents may opt to include some, all or none of the following optional information in their listing:
Second head of household’s name
Children/others living at home (names only - no ages)
Phone numbers (up to one home and two cell numbers)
To avoid confusion and delays, only a head of household should add a listing.
How do I opt out of being listed?
If you do not want your household to be listed in the directory, do not do anything at all! Unless the Association office receives your request to add a listing for a residence, your residence will not be included in the directory in any way.
When will the directory be published?
The target date for the first online publication is July 1, 2016. Plans are to update the directory monthly.
Election Results - Congratulations to Elected Members
Muirfield Association would like to extend congratulations to the newly elected and re-elected Board of Directors members and Grounds & Facilities Committee members. Results are listed in alphabetic order by last name.
Board of Directors:
Grounds & Facilities Committee:
Thank you again to everyone who ran for a position, those who voted, and all who joined us at the annual meeting.
Reminder: 7th Annual Recycling Day this Saturday, 4/30
Muirfield Association is pleased to pass on the following message from Foundation at The Country Club at Muirfield Village:
SEVENTH ANNUAL RECYCLING DAY IS COMING TO MUIRFIELD VILLAGE
Saturday, April 30, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The Country Club at Muirfield Village Parking Lot
8715 Muirfield Drive, Dublin, Ohio
SHRED those old tax records and other outdated personal and business papers and dispose of them properly and securely. Shredding will be done in the country club parking lot.*
RECYCLE old and obsolete electronic gear, including computers, cameras, servers, televisions, VCRs, monitors, cell and other phones, keyboards, video games, and wire and cable…ANYTHING WITH A CORD PLUS ALL OF THE PERIPHERALS.
DISPOSE of unwanted batteries of any size at the TCC Recycling Day.
DONATE unwanted and useable clothing and household goods.
FIREPROOF RECORDS will provide shredding on-site and disposal services for paper records, and Accurate IT will provide recycling and disposal services for the electronic gear. Battery disposal will be handled by the men from Prince of Peace Church. Collection of clothing and household goods will be handled by Goodwill Columbus.
Services are provided free of charge, except a $20 charge must be collected to recycle tube-style CRTs and tube-style TVs.
Recycling Day is arranged by the TCC Foundation. The Foundation provides financial support to organizations serving children with special needs.
Recent financial support has been provided to Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio, Dublin Special Olympics, Buddy Up Tennis, Childhood League Center, Helping Hands Center, Willow Ridge Therapeutic Riding, and The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition.
The TCC Foundation will gratefully accept donations to support the charitable grants to organizations serving children with special needs.
* Note from Muirfield Association: We have called Fireproof Records, the company providing shredding services, for clarification of services. They plan to shred everything onsite until the truck fills up. Once the truck fills, documents will still be collected to be shredded at their facilities. Please call 614-299-2121 with any questions or visit http://www.fireproof.com/.