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Join the Jerome Village builders for a Community-Wide Open House

Friday August 23, Saturday August 24, and Sunday August 25: 12 pm – 4 pm

Download a Jerome Village Model Home Map

Located in Dublin City School District, Jerome Village currently offers 14 neighborhoods featuring a diverse range of architectural styles, home sizes and price points to meet your needs.

Come explore 10 homes – from beautifully decorated models, to move in ready spec homes. Be sure to stop by the Jerome Village Bar & Grille for lunch while you are exploring the community!

3 Pillar Homes: 11325 Winterberry Drive

Located in Eversole Run, $750k – $2mil.

Arthur Rutenberg Homes: 11316 Periwinkle Way

Located in Eversole Run, $750k – $2mil.

Bob Webb Homes: 11371 Winterberry Drive

Located in Eversole Run, $750k – $2mil.

Bob Webb Homes: 11450 Canby Court

Located in Eversole Run, $750k – $2mil.

Coppertree Homes: 11363 Winterberry Drive

Located in Eversole Run, $750k – $2mil.

Epcon Communities: 10475 Elderberry Drive

Located in The Courtyards at Jerome Village, $350k – $550k

Fischer Homes: 8005 Lilium Way

Located in the Wren Wood Neighborhood, $400k – $600k

Pulte Homes: 11547 Sumner Way

Located in the Wren Wood Neighborhood, $400k – $600k

Rockford Homes: 7385 Willowbrush Drive

Located in the Willowbrush Neighborhood, $400k – $500k

Schottenstein Homes: 7421 Yarrow Run Road

Located in the Willowbrush Neighborhood, $400k – $500k

Mid-Ohio Golf Car builds Yamaha street legal gas and electric golf cars to their customers personalized specifications. Come out to the Jerome Village Community Center on Saturday, August 17 from 10 AM – 3 PM to test drive a gas and electric golf carts from Mid-Ohio Golf car and learn what makes a golf cart street legal.

Golf carts have been a preferred method of transportation in many resort communities for decades. Now, Ohio communities have opened the streets to golf carts. Golf cart laws, though, outline what is and what is not allowed on public roads in our state.

Ohio law provides for the legal use of golf carts on some public roads. Street-legal golf carts must be able to meet the minimum speed requirements for roads. Therefore, they are not allowed on interstates or on major highways, where minimum speeds often are 45 mph or higher. Whether a cart is street legal is based upon a required inspection by a law enforcement officer, who provides the cart owner with an inspection report that must be submitted when the owner applies for a state-required vehicle registration and license.

For a golf cart to be street-legal under Ohio law, the cart must include a windshield, a rear-view mirror, a horn, turn signals and head lights, tail lights/brake lights, and a rear license plate bracket seat belts optional per Union County Sheriff.

Cart drivers also are required to follow the same rules as other drivers. For example, DUI laws and insurance laws apply to anyone driving a golf cart on public roads. Cart drivers must be licensed drivers.