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Swim Lessons – Session 2

Registration for Session 2 of swim lessons opens on Friday, June 30 at 4:00 p.m. Session 2 lessons will be held at the Holbrook pool weekdays, Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 21, at 11:00 a.m.

Please review the General Swim Lesson Information page for swim program information and policies before registering. Class descriptions can be found here. Each learn-to-swim class lasts 45 minutes, 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, for 2 weeks. Each two-week session costs $60 per person. View all sign up dates, class times, and swim lesson information on the 2017 Pool Activities Sheet.

Once registration opens for session 2, go to the registration page in the Members Area of our website and follow the link to the sign up form. Once registration opens, if you see a "Please wait until session opens" message instead of the registration form, refresh your browser and/or clear your browser cache.

We've simplified the registration process - just fill in one form and then pay the invoice we send you! Completed registration requests are sent to the Association office. There is no automated confirmation email, so please don’t be concerned that your form was not received. You will receive an email from the Association office after all forms are reviewed early in the week. Please watch your spam!

Questions? Please contact us or call 614-889-0922. We'll see your child at swim lessons!

Free Architect Services

Did you know that Muirfield Village offers free architect services to residents? Would you like assistance with making decisions about your home or landscaping?

In 2010, the Board of Directors hired professional architects to assist Muirfield residents with their property enhancement plans. The goal of the directors was to find helpful, affordable ways to encourage residents to update, refresh and revitalize Muirfield properties to support property values and community pride.

This program provides the opportunity for Muirfield residents to receive an in-home, free, one hour consultation with either or both professional architects to discuss internal and/or external changes and upgrades to their home and property.

Mr. Richard Taylor, Architect, offers 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.

Mr. John Reiner, Landscape Architect, offers 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 the home's exterior presentation.

The results of this program have been outstanding. Over a seven year period, Mr. Taylor made 543 visits to residents' homes and Mr. Reiner made 779 visits.

Muirfield Association is very proud of this program and is the only homeowners associations in the country to offer this valuable service to residents free of charge.

Residents may make a request to visit with either architect by contacting the office online or by calling 614-889-0922. Both architects have mentioned occasional difficulty contacting residents. Please be certain to include a good phone number and email address with your request.

Yard Waste Reminder

As a reminder, yard waste pickup is every Monday (with the exception of some holidays). We’ve had reports that some residents are placing clippings and trimmings at street edge many days before pickup, which is an eyesore. Please do not place items at the street until pick up day. Your neighbors will thank you!

For your information, the City of Dublin’s website states the following about yard waste:

Yard waste such as grass clippings, leaves, weeds and garden plants may be placed in biodegradable yard waste paper bags or a container designated for yard waste only to be picked up by the City’s solid waste collection service on Mondays. Collection can occur any time between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Yard waste is organic waste generated during regular household gardening and landscaping such as grass clippings, leaves, twigs, branches, and shrubbery.

Yard Waste Guidelines

Unacceptable yard waste includes plastic bags, pots, food waste, rocks, dirt and pumpkins.

Please have materials at the curb by 7 a.m. Residents may also drop off their yard waste and chipping material at Kurtz Bros., 6279 Houchard Road, at no charge. Residents are encouraged to leave grass clippings on their lawns to work back into the soil.

Glick Road Bridge Open

The City of Columbus has informed us that the Glick Road bridge opened today around noon! There may still be some construction activity, but this should occur after hours. The city thanks everyone for their patience.

Published June 29, 2017

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