Muirfield photo ID cards are mandatory to enter the pool facilities, but there may be some confusion regarding photo ID cards:
If you are an adult homeowner and already have a photo ID card:
You do not need to do anything at all. You do not need a new photo and you do not
need to visit the office. There are no yearly stickers. Simply take your existing
photo ID card to the pool. It will be scanned and you will be permitted in,
providing there are no outstanding property violations or delinquencies.
Your existing photo ID cards will be good through the last day stated on your lease.
You must bring a copy of your latest lease to the Association office yearly unless your
lease clearly shows an expiration date longer than one year. We will renew your ID cards
once we have a copy of your lease. Cards are not re-issued; you will use your existing card.
If you or any family member has never
been issued a photo ID card:
Stop by the Muirfield Association office at 8372 Muirfield Drive between
8 am and 4 pm Monday through Friday.
The ID card will be issued while you wait. Those under 18 must be
accompanied by an adult family member when requesting an ID card.
If you have lost your card:
Please visit the Association office to purchase a replacement for $10.
The office is able to accept cash and checks, but not credit cards.
Photos do not need to be retaken.
If you had a photo taken but never picked up your card:
Your card is at the office. Stop by during regular business hours to pick it up.
An adult must sign for all cards they pick up for their household.
Read complete information
regarding ID cards.
If you still have questions, please call the office at 614-889-0922.
FORE! Miler Race Street Closures
As a reminder, some streets will close this Thursday, May 28 from approximately
6:30- 8:00 p.m. for the FORE! Miler Race. These streets include Memorial Drive,
Avery Road, Brand Road, Muirfield Drive and Kinross Court. Please
check the map
The Association would like to remind residents that the Muirfield Village Golf Club
is responsible for issuing all parking passes and for handling all parking arrangements.
The Association is not involved with tournament parking or passes in any way.
The Muirfield Village Golf Club's number is 614-889-6700.
The following excerpts are from a letter from the Muirfield Village
Golf Club that describes how, where, and when to obtain additional
resident parking passes:
Guest of Resident parking passes will be
distributed at the same location as last year.
The location is HNS Sports Group at 6189 Memorial Drive.
The hours of operation are as follows:
Monday, May 25 through Friday, May 29 from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Your name and address MUST be placed on each Guest of Resident
parking pass before leaving the distribution center -
bringing a stamp or preprinted labels is recommended.
NEW THIS YEAR: During Tournament Week, additional Guest of
Resident parking passes may be picked up at the Memorial
Patron Will Call located in the parking lot behind Wendy's/Tim Hortons,
at the intersection of Avery-Muirfield Road and Hospital Drive,
just north of SR161/SR 33. Hours of operation are as follows:
Monday, June 1: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 2 – Saturday, June 6: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 7: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Parking passes for construction crews and service
trucks will be available by written request to the
Tournament office prior to Tournament week.
Please include the address or lot number where access will be needed.
Parking passes will be valid Monday, June 1 through Sunday, June 7 only.
Upon approval, the homeowner must pick up these passes at HNS Sports Group the week of May 25.
If someone has illegally parked in a resident's driveway
or in front of his/her home, call the Tournament Parking
Hotline at (614) 889-6796. A tow truck will remove the vehicle.
The Golf Club can be reached at 614-889-6700.
For neighborhood disturbances other than golf carts
on our paths and other than parking problems,
contact the Dublin police at 889-1112 or 911 if needed.
Alert: Golf Carts on Muirfield Paths
The Association office has already received calls from residents
concerned about golf carts using Muirfield paths. We have been in
touch with the Muirfield Village Golf Club and are attempting to
halt this unapproved activity, but until we do, please be aware
that there may be carts traveling on our paths.
If you notice carts on our pathways, please contact the Muirfield
Village Golf Club at 889-6700 with the location you spotted the cart.
The Golf Club is responsible for the actions of all vendors.
Blue Star Memorial Marker Dedication
A timeless addition to downtown Dublin! The Muirfield
Village Garden Club has purchased a Blue Star Memorial Marker.
The Muirfield Association is pleased to make the following
announcement and to pass on this invitation for the dedication.
You Are Cordially Invited
Sunday, June l4th, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
On the grounds of the City of Dublin Cemetery
Sponsored by the Muirﬁeld Village Garden Club
The Muirfield Village Garden Club, in cooperation with the City of
Dublin and the Dublin Foundation,
invites you to a Blue Star Memorial Marker Dedication honoring our
military servicemen and women, to be held on the grounds of the City
of Dublin Cemetery, South side of US 33, Dublin, OH. Ceremony begins
at 2:00 p.m. and refreshments will follow.
Parking is available at the Dublin Community Church adjacent
to the Cemetery.
Begun in 1945 by the National Garden Clubs, lnc., this program
is committed to the placement of Blue Star Memorial Markers to
show our appreciation for the Armed Forces of the United States
of America. We are proud of this patriotic program which encompasses
our entire country
Muirfield Village is made up of over 100 cul-de-sacs! If you live in a
cul-de-sac or a street with tight turns, problems arise when parking
contractor vehicles, trailers and trucks.
If you hire a lawn service or are remodeling and repairing
and the contractors must be in the neighborhoods with their vehicles,
please be sure that you are providing them with parking space that
is not causing an inconvenience for your neighbors. It can be tight
getting out of driveways with larger vehicles parked across the street.
Please ask yourcontractors to park in your driveway.
If they must park on the street, ask them to park in front of your home,
allowing enough room for emergency vehicles to get by at all times.
I-270 / Route 33 Ramp Closures
As residents are aware, a great deal of construction work is taking place at I-270 and Route 33.