Note: with the exception of the gated areas, all streets in Muirfield are public streets and are covered by the City of Dublin's parking rules.
The Association is unable to create or enforce any rules regarding parking on city streets, therefore the Association cannot force residents to park in a driveway as opposed to the street.
If there are street parking problems or vehicles left on the street past Dublin's 48 continuous hour parking limit (Dublin code §76.11), call the Dublin police non-emergency number at 614-889-1112.
The following vehicle parking restrictions have been established for all properties in Muirfield Village:
Each home is required to have off-street parking for 4 vehicles with at least 2 spaces covered. The additional 2 parking spaces must be located on the paved driveway area.
Vehicles are prohibited from being parked in yards or on any grass area.
Vehicles incapable of being operated upon public streets, inoperable or unlicensed are prohibited to be stored on the property outside of the garage for longer than 5 days.
Recreational vehicles, mobile homes, motor homes, trailers, recreational equipment usually towed on trailers, and all other forms of transportation objects are permitted to be parked in driveways for 24 hours. After that time they must be stored wholly inside a private garage or off-site.
Any vehicle stored at the exterior of the property more than 5 days is considered a nuisance and must be stored wholly inside a garage or off-site.
Commercial vehicles at the property may be in the driveway or outside of the garage when the vehicle is there temporarily in connection with construction and property improvements and services.
A commercial vehicle used by a resident on a regular basis for their personal transportation must be stored wholly within the private garage.
Vehicles in violation of time constraints shall be considered a nuisance and must be removed from the property.
Residents must adhere to the "on-street" parking policies of the City of Dublin. Violations may be reported to the Dublin City Police or to the City Code Enforcement Department.
In accordance with Section 9.02 of the Warranty Deed, violations to this policy shall give the Association the right to enter the Property to remedy and remove vehicles at the expense of the Owner.