Parks & Recreation

What We Do 

The Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of recreation programs for all interests, ages, and abilities. You will find information on programs, activities, and events on the left panel of this page. Programs and events primarily take place at City Park, Oakville Park,  Wildcat Sport & Fitness, or the Mayfield Middle School

What's Coming

Thanks to the passage of Issue 9, promises made are being kept and we will be upgrading our recreation facilities. The conceptual plans for a new aquatic and community center were presented to the public on October 19, 2021.  Additionally, the city received a TLCI grant from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), that made possible a comprehensive, city-wide study to identify long-term objectives for community connectivity via non-motorized trails. We are working to increase community pride with these new additions to the city. See this video explaining Phase I & II of the parks and pool project. For more information on the parks, pool, and trails, click the links below. 

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ReaRenderding of Aquatice and Community Centerd the
Aquatic & Community Center Project Blog by Parks & Recreation Director Sean Ward and Keep Up the Project"s Progress

11.16.22 -Like an on-ramp of the freeway, so goes a construction project!

11.2.22 - It's All About the Smiles and Grins

10.14.22 - Aquatic & Community Center Project Blog

Program Registration Form

Complete the Registration Form. Multiple participants can register per one form. Payment and signature are required to process the form.  

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  1. Like an on-ramp of the freeway, so goes a construction project!

    Read Parks & Recreation Director Sean Ward's new blog entry about the progress of the Aquatic & Community Center. Read on...
  2. Fill the Cruiser Food Drive & Drive Thru Drop Off

    The Police Department's Annual Fill the Cruiser Food Drive will take place Saturday, December 3, 2022 Read on...
  3. It's All About the Smiles: ADA-approved Playground

    Read Parks & Recreation Director Sean Ward's new blog entry about the ADA-approved playground that is bound to bring a lot of smiles and grins this summer. Read on...
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