Muirfield Association is happy to assist new, future, and existing residents
as well as real estate professionals find answers to their questions!
If you can't find what you're looking for here or elsewhere on our site,
contact us, email
or call the office at 614-889-0922.
Do I need to sign up (register) with the Association after I move in?
Yes, please stop by the office at your earliest convenience after moving in.
Registration will ensure that
the Association can contact you and mail any necessary correspondence.
Additionally, registering will enable you to receive an orientation
of Muirfield Village, a welcome packet, and Muirfield photo ID cards.
Muirfield ID cards are required to enter the pool facilities.
Please bring your completed
New Resident Form.
(Blank New Resident forms are also available at the office.)
If you have purchased a home, you do not need to bring closing documents.
However, if you are leasing, bring a copy of your lease that clearly shows the
residents' names, the property address, and the terms of the lease
(the expiration date). We will make a copy of the page(s) that show this information.
Feel free to black out rent or other costs.
The Association office is located at 8372 Muirfield Drive, Dublin, Ohio, 43017.
Please follow the directions below or
a detailed map with driving directions.
GPS units generally do not work well when trying to pinpoint our office.
From the south:
Drive north on Muirfield Drive and continue north through the Brand Road roundabout.
Pass Muirfield Green Blvd. on the right, then Crossgate Drive.
Our driveway is next on the right.
There will be a sign for Tarton Drive
to the left and there will be a large pond with a gazebo.
Turn right (east) before the pond.
Go past the pool and tennis courts.
The Association office building is at the end of the driveway.
From the north:
Drive south on Muirfield Drive.
Look for Tarton Drive on the right and
the pond and gazebo on the left.
Turn left into the driveway that is across
the street from Tarton Drive.
Go past the pool and tennis courts.
The Association office building is at the end of the driveway.
What amenities and services are offered to Muirfield residents?
Amenities include access to the pools, tennis courts, pathways, fishing lakes, playgrounds, a practice putting green and chipping area,
and all common areas.
There is no cost to use the amenities; they are included as a part of living in Muirfield Village.
Amenities are detailed on the amenities page
and on the Resident Amenities page of the Property Handbook.
Services include free visits from the Design Control Committee architects, the ability to purchase firewood and have it delivered and stacked, and mailbox repairs and maintenance (fees may apply). The City of Dublin also offers services to residents.
More information can be found on the
Resident Services page of the Property Handbook.
Muirfield offers swim lessons and
tennis programs seasonally for a fee.
Please visit the
starting in April of each spring to view programs.
The Muirfield pool season runs Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Pool hours may differ by location and day of the week.
Pool hours can be found here starting around April of each year.
How can I find out about activities in Muirfield?
Muirfield has many activities and clubs for residents to choose from!
Follow the links on the
activities page for more information about available activities and organizations,
and visit the
for a listing of upcoming events and activities.
Muirfield Association does not keep a list of properties available for sale
and is not aware of what properties might be available.
The Association recommends contacting a local
real estate agent or searching online home
Do all exterior property changes, additions, or improvements need to be approved by the Association?
Answer:Yes. All exterior changes, removals, or additions
to the property must be approved in writing by the
Design Control Committee before any work begins.
Examples include, but are not limited to, painting;
installing new window(s), door(s), a roof, garage doors, or deck;
the removal or addition of any permanent landscaping elements or gardens;
the addition of a radon unit, play equipment, a basketball hoop, fence or pool;
creating building additions;
or any other exterior remodeling.
Projects that would be exempt from this would include
repainting the home and trim the exact same color,
the planting of annual flowers,
replacing rotten boards on houses, decks, or trellises with the
same material and same color,
removal of trees less than 6" caliper, or
replacement of a driveway with the exact same shape, size, and material as the current driveway.
page contains all of the applications necessary
to submit for property changes.
These include directions, guidelines,
and a list of what needs to be submitted to the Muirfield Association.
Someone has advertised that their company, products or services are "Approved by Muirfield". Do I still need approval?
There is no such thing as a pre-approved company, product or service.
Although many companies have worked with homeowners and the Association
to have their products or services approved for one
property, that does not mean the product or service is automatically approved for
Each property change is reviewed on a case by case basis
and what might be approved in one location in Muirfield
may not be approved in another area.
Please be wary of anyone making such claims.
I have dead or dying trees. Do I need to have approval to remove them?
It depends on the diameter of the tree.
Residents must get approval to remove any tree over 6 inches in diameter.
If the tree trunk is under 6 inches in diameter, approval is not needed.
Additionally, the trimming of trees or removal of dead wood does not require approval.
Naturally, the Design Control Committee will approve the
removal of any dying or dead tree.
The purpose of submitting a plan is to indicate what the tree will be replaced with.
If a tree has been damaged during a storm and poses an immediate danger,
it may be removed on an emergency basis.
In this case, residents must submit a plan to the Design Control Committee
after the fact and explain the circumstances.
On the plan, indicate what type of tree will planted as a replacement.
Where are the Design Review applications located?
All Design Review applications and guidelines are located on the
page and are listed in alphabetic order.
These forms include directions, regulations, and a
checklist of what needs to be submitted to the Muirfield Association.
Please mail or bring completed applications
(along with any materials the application requests)
to the Association office.
Applications and photos may be submitted by emailing
them to firstname.lastname@example.org;
however, physical samples would need to be mailed or
brought to the Association office.
There is a drop box outside the front door of the office
if you are unable to visit during regular business hours.
The Board of Directors generally
meets the third Thursday of every other month.
Residents may attend a board meeting
(except for executive session) by submitting a
request no fewer than 10 days prior to the meeting.
Mail a request to the office or email
The Design Control Committee generally meets the
first and third Tuesdays of each month. In order to
have a plan reviewed, it must be submitted by Friday at 1:00 p.m.
preceding the meeting.
Design Review applications are here.
The Grounds and Facilities Committee generally
meets the last Monday of every other month.
What are my annual dues going to be and what do they cover?
At present, the annual assessment is
$2.20 per $1,000.00 of the fair market
value of the property as determined on or
about January 1st of each year by the county appraiser.
Therefore, to figure the amount,
multiply the fair market value of the home times
.0022 to get the annual assessment amount.
For the exact amount, please call the Association office
at 614-889-0922 during regular business hours of 8:00 - 4:30, Monday-Friday.
The annual assessment is billed one year in arrears,
just like property taxes. For example,
the 2017 annual assessment will be invoiced on
or around the third week of January 2018.
The annual assessment dues cover the maintenance and upkeep of all common areas and amenities,
capital improvements, and the costs of running the Association.
The assessment collection gives all residents
the right to use the Muirfield amenities free of charge.
Each sub-association has dues that are in addition
to the Muirfield Association annual assessment.
Each sub-association is autonomous
in their dues amount, payment timing, and what the dues cover.
Muirfield Association staff does not know this information.
Please visit the
page for sub-association contact information.
When are invoices sent, when are they due and how may I pay?
Annual assessment invoices are sent each year between the third week of January
and the first week of February. Regardless of when they are sent,
residents have 30 days from the date of the invoice to pay.
Read more on the Assessment Collection Policy.
The Association accepts checks, money orders, and cash.
Many residents pay online through their bank's standard bill pay program.
Most banks do not charge fees to utilize online banking and
Muirfield Association does not charge any fee at all to use this method.
Payments may be mailed, brought to the office,
or sent via your bank's bill pay program.
There is a locked drop box available by the front door of the office
in the event the office is not open.
Do not leave cash in the drop box!
The Association is not responsible for stolen items.
What is the Members Area and why should I register for it?
The Members Area of our website contains information
only available to Muirfield residents and property owners.
Muirfield financial statements,
Board of Directors and Grounds & Facilities minutes,
annual meeting materials,
a link to pay assessments online,
access to swim lessons registration,
the ability to order firewood,
and the ability to
request mailbox repairs,
extended guest passes,
Does living in Muirfield automatically give me membership at a golf course?
Although Muirfield has two beautiful golf courses within its boundaries,
neither are a part of the Muirfield Association.
The Country Club at Muirfield has social memberships available.
Visit them online to learn more at
The Muirfield Village Golf Club can be visited online at
The Muirfield Village Golf Club mails
tournament information and parking passes
to residents each year before the tournament begins.
Parking passes are provided to residents at
no charge and enable residents to
get to their homes without delay.
The passes also ensure that only residents can park
in the neighborhood.
Although traffic is sometimes heavy on the main streets,
it is very well handled during the tournament.
Please contact the Golf Club directly for any concerns regarding the
tournament or parking at 614-889-6700.
Tickets to the tournament are not included, however,
they are available for purchase from The Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Call 614-889-6712 or 877-MT BADGE
or visit the Muirfield Village Golf Club at
I'm moving to Muirfield but want to be certain
I can have a pool/playset/basketball hoop/etc.
Can you approve these before I move?
Sometimes, potential residents will only want to move to Muirfield
if they will be permitted to install
elements, such as a pool or recreation equipment,
or make other changes to the property,
such as removing trees and landscaping or adding a house addition.
The Design Control Committee can't grant approval for any change
to the property to anyone other than the current owner.
Therefore, the current owner will need to
submit a preliminary plan for the
change the potential resident would like to make.
There is no cost to submit a preliminary plan.
To request preliminary approval for a property change, an owner needs to:
Find the application for the change/addition/removal
Design Review page.
Applications are in alphabetic order.
If a site map is requested, an overhead view of the property
from a site such as Bing or Google maps will usually suffice.
Maps are also available on the auditor's site.
Contact the office if questions.
The committee will respond to the owner in writing. If time is of extreme essence,
please call the Association office at 614-889-0922.
Submitting a preliminary plan does not actually allow for
an addition, change or removal to be performed on the property.
It also does not obligate the current owner or buyer to make the change.
Rather, it allows a potential buyer to know whether an addition, change or removal would be approvable.
Once a buyer owns the property, they will need to officially submit the plan to the
Design Control Committee for the change they wish to make.