House Cleaning Services Dublin Ohio

House Cleaning - Dublin, OH United States

Map of current and past More Time for You clients in the Dublin, OH area.

Are you searching for a House Cleaning Service in Dublin Ohio? More Time for You has been cleaning homes in virtually every Dublin Ohio Community since 1999. We hope you’ll consider selecting us as your next maid service company.

Craig and Pam Sedoris are the owners of this family business. They have been Dublin residents since 1992. Their business is now located in the Historic Downtown Powell District. They started their business in Dublin.  Their first office was at 6631 Commerce Parkway, Dublin, OH  43017.

We’ve had a lot of house cleaning, lawn and handyman customers from Dublin over the years. Here is a map of where our Dublin clients have lived.

Dublin Ohio Event Calender

 

Here are some things to do in Dublin while you are getting your house cleaned by More Time for You.

Dublin OH Things to Do 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ve included a list of Homeowners Associations in the Dublin area.  These can be an excellent guide to learn more about the wonderful neighborhoods we have in Dublin.

Dublin Neighborhood Associations Listing

Amberleigh Civic South Association
614-325-9830

Amberleigh North Homeowners Association

Balgriffin Homeowners Association
614-325-3938

Ballantrae Community Association
Contact | 614-781-0055

Bellaire-Limerick Civic Association
614-402-4379

Bellepoint Place Homeowners Association
614.761.3460

Belvedere Homeowners Association
614-733-3985

Bishops Run/Bishops Crossing
614-389-2471

Brandon/Brandonway Homeowners Association
614-425-7723

Brighton Park Homeowners Association
614- 734-9116

Brighton Woods Condo Association
614-336-9472

Bristol Commons Association
614-249-5302

Bryson Cove Homeowner Association
614-761-2737

Campden Lakes Civic Association
614-203-5143

Carrowmoor Condo Association
614-799-1234

Coventry Woods Civic Association
614-764-2232

Cramer’s Crossing Homeowners Association
614-348-1300

Cramer’s Crossing Village Condominium Association
614-889-6600

Donegal Cliffs Homeowners Association
614-764-1363

Dublinshire Homeowners Association
614-726-0304

Dublin Village Condo Association
614-403-3163

Dublin Village Condo Association

Dunmere Civic Association
614-946-7500

Earlington Village Civic Association
614-206-2176

East Dublin Civic Association
614-889-5043

Greystone Mews Homeowners Association

Hawk’s Nest Homeowners Association
e-mail: hawksnestdublin@yahoo.com

Heather Glen Civic Association
614-718-9379

Heather Glen North Homeowners Association
614-798-2195

Hemingway Village Civic Association
e-mail: president@hemingwayvillage.org

Historic Dublin Association
historicdublinassociation@earthlink.net

Indian Run Meadows Civic Association
614-578-8363

Karrer Place Residents Association
614-764-8063

Kendall Ridge Civic Association
877-405-1089

Kerry Glen Civic Association
614-792-1957

Killilea Homeowners Association
614-766-4200

Lakes at Dunmere
614-764-0460

Llewellyn Farms Civic Association
614-889-2649

Llewellyn Farms South Homeowners Association
614-764-4769

Lowell Trace Civic Association
614-307-3741

Manor at Craughwell Village
614-581-3496

Meadows at Wyndham Village
614-873-2254

Mid-Century Dublin Neighbors Association
614-531-9995

Muirfield Association, Inc
614-889-0922

Muirfield Village Civic Association
614-323-9469

Muirfield Village Civic Association, Civic Action Committee
614-579-1699

Muirfield Greene Homeowners Association
614-210-0502

Oak Park
614-8731363

Old Dublin Woods Civic Association
614-792-0750

O’Shaughnessy Hills North Homeowners Association
614-889-5655

Park Place/Post Preserve Homeowners Association
614-405-1089

Post Preserve Association

Post Road Residents Association
614-766-4136

River Forest Civic Association
704-321-3546

River Highlands Homeowners Association
614-766-6396

Riverside Woods Homeowners Association
614-561-6316

Saint Andrews Village III
614-395-6484

Sandy Corners Homeowners Association

Shannon Glen Homeowners Association

Shannon Park Civic Association
614-425-7561

Shannon Village Homeowners Association
740-244-1185

Sheffield Meadows Civic Association
614-791-1459

Southwest Area Resident Association
614-424-7085

Sycamore Ridge
614-766-2907

Tartan West
614-766-6500

Tartan Ridge

The Commons at Tuttle Crossing
614-859-1518

The Fairways at Ballantrae
614-439-8393

The Lakes at Ballantrae Condominium Association

The Mews at Tuttle Crossing
e-mail: lindadchilds@gmail.com

The Moors at Muirfield
614-761-1111

The Reserve at Scioto Crossing
614-336-9250

The Reserve Civic Association
614-893-8772

The Village at Corbins Mill Condominium Association
614-761-7892

The Woodlands of Ballantrae

The Woods of Indian Run Homeowners Association
614-533-3600

TreeTops at Brandon Condo Association
614-791-9281

Trinity Park Homeowners Association
614-256-1339 | e-mail: triparkhoa@gmail.com

Village at Heatherstone Condominium Association
614-341-4504

Village of Balgriffin Condo Association

Village of Scioto Condo Association
614-579-0090

Villas at Ballantrae
614-356-3415

Villas of Glenealy
614-356-3420

Waterford Village Civic Association
614-793-8141

Wedgewood Glen
614-306-2825

Wedgewood Glen Homeowners Association Sections 11 & 12
614-306-2825

Wedgewood Hills Homeowners Association
614-389-3020

Wedgewood Glen
614-306-2825

Wellington Place Homeowners Association
614-766-2146

Westbury Homeowners Association
614-539-7726 x 206

Wexford Estates Homeowners Association
614-873-1387

Wexford Woods Homeowners Association
614-873-1097

Willow Grove Condo Association
614-766-0766

Woods of Dublin Homeowners Association
614-296-4327

Woods of Dublinshire Homeowners Association
614-578-0729

Wyandotte Woods Civic Association
614-210-1095

 

Dublin, OH - Home of the Memorial Tournament

The 2017 Memorial Tournament – Dublin, OH

Golf Fans Shouldn’t Miss the Memorial Tournament

The Memorial Tournament is one PGA event that golf fans should never miss. It takes place in Dublin, Ohio, a town that my wife, Pam, and I have called home since 1992. The Memorial Tournament was started by Jack Nicklaus, who wanted a tournament designed to memorialize people who’ve made contributions to the sport (hence its name.) He not only started the tournament, but he worked with experts to design the golf course that it’s played on, as well.

Every year The Memorial Tournament starts with a ceremony for the honorees. The 2017 honoree is Greg Norman, who joins an elite list of golfers and people who’ve helped the sport become what it is today. Past honorees include Arnold Palmer, Payne Stewart, Sam Snead, Nancy Lopez, and, of course, Jack Nicklaus himself.

Once the ceremony had been completed, the fun begins – watching the pros take to the course at the Muirfield Village Golf Course! The winner takes home a significant portion of the $8.25 million purse, so the stakes are high. The first few days of the tournament, which starts on May 29th (Memorial Day) include practice rounds, the Nationwide Invitational (a pro-am tournament), and Junior Golf Day, where young golfers can practice their skills and receive tips. There’s also the Jack Nicklaus golf clinic, complete with tips from the retired pro himself.

The PGA part of the tournament starts on June 1st and runs through the 4th. The first two rounds start at 7:30 am, while the last two begin at 8 am, allowing spectators (and golfers) to get a little more sleep before they have to be at the course. The final trophy presentation takes place immediately following the end of the last round on June 4th.

Are you attending The Memorial Tournament? Maybe I’ll see you there!

 

Dublin, OH Riverside Park

Dublin, Ohio Riverside Park Master Plan

Riverside Park  Bridge Street District

About the Project

The Scioto Riverside Park Master Plan outlines a transformational vision for one of Dublin’s most important civic and natural spaces, which will connect Historic Dublin and the heart of the Bridge Street District.

Riverside Crossing Park will be part of a broader system of regional parks and local recreational systems, linking to these assets through extensive bicycle/pedestrian facilities, canoe/kayak access points, and scenic natural connections. The west side of the park is envisioned as a more naturalized area with connections to the Indian Run greenway, water access and trail systems. The east side of the park is elevated outside of the floodplain and will feature areas for public gatherings and cultural events, pavilion building,  rock climbing, planting beds and scenic river overlooks.

The two sides of the park will be linked by a pedestrian-bicycle bridge, with public plazas providing access to restaurants, shops, a new library, and the broader mix of destinations east and west.