About Us

Dominion Club


Welcome to the Dominion Club website.  The Dominion Club at New Albany Links is a 100 home enclave in the larger New Albany Links development in New Albany, Ohio.  Located in the northeast corner of Franklin County, the Dominion Club is an age 55 plus development.   At least one resident in each home must be age 55 or older.  The community includes a Club House which is used for meetings and social events.  The Club House also has an outdoor swimming pool.
















In 2018 the association dues are $125.00 per month.  For these dues Dominion Club residents are free of the above mentioned chores and may use the pool and exercise equipment free of any additional charges.  There is  a yearly charge of $240.00 for the support of the New Albany Links  homeowners' association used for entrance plantings and bike trail maintenance for the entire New Albany Links development.  Homeowners are voting members of both associations.














The rules we live by are a combination of covenants, conditions and restrictions as well as regulations and finally rules passed by the Board of Trustees.  They are summarized in the association Handbook found on this website.  They are not as onerous as all that sounds.  Rather they help us all live together in a very pleasant community.


The  homeowners' association is governed by five trustees who are elected by the homeowners for two-year terms.  They are responsible for arranging lawn care, lawn fertilization, snow removal, care of the pool and club house, and association rule enforcement.  The Board of Trustees is aided by Vaughn Group Ltd.,  a company that specializes in property management.

There is a very nice golf course at                                  

 hence the name, that residents may join for a fee.  The association dues do not support the golf course.

Many homeowners plant their own flowers in front of their homes and have container gardens on their front porch, helping to beautify the community.  They also join in the community potluck parties at the Club House.  Living here feels like real community and you may participate as little or as much as you like.  Some residents work, while others are retired, all are very active.

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