Please note that effective immediately, we have a new pool operations and lifeguard staffing plan in place which will enable the pool to resume normal operating hours. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Jerome Village Community Center pool members are invited to a Patriotic Party at the Pool!

This special event will be held Friday, July 5 from 6 pm – 9 pm with live entertainment from TeamDJ!

Enjoy specials from Jerome Village Bar & Grille between Thursday, July 4 – Sunday July 7th:
$1 Pretzel Sticks & Cheese
$2 Nathans Hot Dog
$6 Adult Bomb Pop Cocktail **Bomb infused with Tito’s soda**

Jerome Village Bar & Grille is excited for summer and ready to serve up some delicious eats and drinks.

Current Summer Hours:

Jerome Village Bar & Grille

Phone: 614-733-0006

Sunday – Thursday 11am – 10pm

Friday – Saturday 11am – 11pm

With a little something for everyone, you can start out with Overstuffed Mozzarella Sticks, Garlic Butter Cheesy Bread, Wing Basket, Pulled Chicken Nachos, Pretzel Bites, Hummus and Grilled Naan and Chips and Salsa.

View the full menu HERE.

After your starter, select a salad as a meal or pre-meal. Salad options include JV Chicken Salad, Barn Salad & Mixed Caprese Salad.

For the main course, choose from a variety of pizzas and flatbreads, build your own pizza, or go with a handheld such as a the JV burger, Warm Italian Sub, Grilled Veggie Wrap, Cheese and Vegetable Quesadilla, Avocado Pineapple Chicken Sandwich, or Norwegian Salmon. View the full menu HERE.

If you are planning many happy hours in the community center, check out the Happy Hour Specials. 

For a poolside concession snack, check out the Pool Menu. Or, you can order anything from the full menu.

Jerome Village Bar & Grille looks forward to serving your family. Have little ones? View the Kids Menu.

Don’t want to leave the house? Jerome Village Bar & Grille is now offering delivery through Doordash!

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

Friday June 21, Saturday June 22, and Sunday June 23: 12 pm – 4 pm

Download a Jerome Village Model Home Map

Located in Dublin City Schools, Jerome Village offers 16 neighborhoods featuring a diverse range of architectural styles, home sizes and price points to meet your needs.

Come explore more than 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.

Compass Homes: 10626 Arrowwood Drive

Located in the Arrowwood Neighborhood, $550k – $750k

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

Manor Homes: 8078 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

Romanelli & Hughes: 11319 Periwinkle Way (2018 BIA Parade Home)

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

Schottenstein Homes: 7421 Yarrow Run Road

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

Article originally published on Rockford Homes.

Make your home functional and comfortable for all of the members of your family, including the pets! Adding just a few pet-friendly details to your home can make your life easier and keep your home beautiful. We pulled together some modern upgrades pet owners will enjoy having in their homes.

Built-in Pet Beds

Let’s face it, pets spend a majority of their time sleeping. Giving them their own designated space in their home will help them settle in. It may even make the couch seem less appealing to your fur baby! A built-in bed can fit seamlessly into your decor and save space.

Check out some pet bed ideas here

Crates that Double as Furniture

If your pet is crate trained, you probably have noticed that crates aren’t the most beautiful thing in your house. They also take up a lot of space. You can find many creates now that double as furniture. Use your crate as a nightstand or an end table. Crates made to look like furniture are much more attractive than your standard metal create.

Designer Pet Crates

Permanent Gates

Often times, we want to keep our pets out of certain rooms either permanently or temporarily. While temporary gates do their job, they often aren’t attractive or convenient to use. Some smart pets can even figure out a way around them. Permanent gates or a half door is a great alternative. If you know that you want to be able to keep your dog out of the kitchen most of the time, why not install a more attractive gate there?

Best Dog Gates

Pet Shower and Bathing Area

A clean pet equals a cleaner home. Having the right place to bathe your pet will really make life easier. Even if you visit the groomer regularly, you may need to freshen up Fido with a bath after a muddy day. Depending on the size of your pet, you can customize your tub, sink, or shower to accommodate pet washing. Simply adding a hand-held shower head to your walk-in shower can instantly create a convenient washing station. If you are able, adding a pet bathing area in your mudroom is perfect for keeping your floors clean all year!

Pet Shower Ideas

Pet Doors

Strategically placed pet doors can really simplify your life. Inevitably, as soon as you settle into the couch for your favorite show, the dog needs to go out. Problem solved with a pet door! Pet doors are also great for using indoors as well. Keep the dog away from the litter boxes by installing a pet door just big enough for the cat. Modern doggie doors also have locking features to prevent unwanted pests from getting in your home.

Pet Doors

Stow Away Pet Bowls and Built-in Food Storage

Add a pull-out drawer with built-in pet bowls to your kitchen or utility room. Easily feed your pet then put the food bowls away after mealtime and you’ll have no dirty dog bowls cluttering up the floor. You can also add a built-in food storage container to the cabinet conveniently located near the bowls. Keep food fresh and away from little mouths with the munchies!

Check out this awesome pet feeding station!

Outdoor Pet Fountain

Everybody loves a good water feature in their yard – why not make it pet-friendly? Pets absolutely need fresh water when they are outside. Pet fountains are cleaner and healthier than a bowl of stagnant water. You also won’t need to refill it and they can’t knock it over. Not to mention it can be a lot of fun for your pet!

Stain and Scratch Resistant Furnishings

Some of these upgrades won’t be for everyone, but you should consider upgrading to stain and scratch resistant floors and paints if you have pets. Pets do create messes at times, especially if they are sick or getting into their senior years. Claws from an enthusiastic runner can leave scratches on beautiful new floors. Plan for any possibility and protect the beauty of your home. You’ll enjoy your pet more knowing your home was created with he or she in mind.

 

Article originally published in This Week News by Sara Sole | May 21, 2019

The Dublin City Schools’ 14th elementary school, currently under construction in Jerome Village, will be known as Abraham Depp Elementary School.

Dublin Board of Education members voted unanimously May 20 to approve the name, according to Doug Baker, the district’s public-information officer.

Located near the Jerome Village housing development, a historical marker for the Abraham Depp Freedom Station is nearby.

Depp was born a slave and moved to Columbus upon gaining his freedom in 1831, according to a school district news release.

Depp helped escaped slaves travel to Canada by allowing them to stay in the cellar of his Harriott Road home.

“We are thrilled to be able to recognize the accomplishments of Abraham Depp and recognize this important time in local and national history,” Dublin Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley said in a written statement. “The Depp name has such a rich history in the area.”

School board members selected the name from options suggested by a naming committee that also presented options for the district’s other new elementary school building — Hopewell Elementary School off Bright Road.

Abraham Depp and Hopewell are both expected to open for the 2020-21 school year. Both buildings will be built for a 720-student capacity.

Construction for both schools is a total of $47.4 million. Funding will come from the combination $195 million bond issue, a 2-mill permanent-improvements levy and a 5.9-mill operating levy voters approved in November.

The skies may have been a little gray on Friday afternoon but the future is looking bright for Dublin City Schools and residents of Jerome Village.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday, April 12 from 1pm – 2pm at the Dublin City School site located off of Ravenhill Parkway following Hopewell Elementary ground breaking that occurred from 11am – 12pm. Speakers of the event included Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley, Board of Education President Scott Melody, President and COO of Nationwide Realty Investors Brian Ellis and Union County Commissioner Christiane Schmenk.

According to the Dublin City School District Superintendent, Dr. Todd Hoadley, an elementary naming committee has begun meeting and will be making facility name recommendations to the board in May.

The school is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020.

 

 

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

Friday April 12, Saturday April 13, and Sunday April 14: 12 pm – 4 pm

Download a Community-Wide Open House Model Home Map

Located in Dublin City Schools, Jerome Village offers 16 neighborhoods featuring a diverse range of architectural styles, home sizes and price points to meet your needs.

Come explore more than 10 homes – from beautifully decorated models, to move in ready spec homes.

3 Pillar Homes: 11325 Winterberry Drive

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

Arthur Rutenberg Homes: 11170 Plum Ridge Place

Located in Plum Ridge Place, $1.5+ mil.

Arthur Rutenberg Homes: 11316 Periwinkle Way

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

Compass Homes: 10626 Arrowwood Drive

Located in the Arrowwood Neighborhood, $550k – $750k

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

Manor Homes: 8078 Lilium Way

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

Manor Homes: 11390 Cedar Crest Drive (2018 BIA Parade Home)

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

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

Rockford Homes: 11881 Warbler Way

Note: Spec home open April 13 and April 14 only

Romanelli & Hughes: 11319 Periwinkle Way (2018 BIA Parade Home)

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

Schottenstein Homes: 7421 Yarrow Run Road

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

We are looking forward to the official groundbreaking of the new elementary school off of Ravenhill Parkway, in Jerome Village. The ceremony will take place on Friday, April 12 from 1pm – 2pm.

According to the Dublin City School District Superintendent, Todd Hoadley, an elementary naming committee has begun meeting and will be making facility name recommendations to the board in May. The elementary school that will be located off of Bright Road was just recently named Hopewell by the community.

With any typical elementary school development, exterior amenities such as recreational areas and basketball equipment are to be expected.

The school is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020.

Add groundbreaking event to your calendar.

We will be repeating the electronic submittal process we rolled out last spring for all residents’ 2019 Jerome Village Community Center Membership Application.

The application is required to be filled out annually. Instructions for completion can be found under the Community Center page of the jeromevillage.com website, HERE

All membership IDs will require a new 2019 sticker to display for the pool season. The stickers can be picked up at the community center office after completing your application.

Additional information regarding the pool opening will be distributed later this spring.

*All member households are required to complete the 2019 electronic application by Monday, May 20, 2019New JVCC members can also schedule an appointment during normal operation hours to have your family photos taken and the ID created.