Parks & Recreation

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Park Happenings/Improvements

Needs Assessment

The primary intent of the Needs Assessment (NA) is to capture the community’s thoughts/ideas and/or visions with regards to their quality of life options within our City. We are committed to improving what we do and what we offer while trying to maintain the pulse of the community for which we serve and feel as though this document is a step in that direction.

 We have received (500) completed survey's and are in the process of quantifying the results. Thank you for this valuable information, which will greatly assist us in moving our department forward.

Results of the Needs Assessment are now available

Park Improvement Projects.

The following are pictures from our recent capital improvement project through the 319 (h) Nonpoint Source Award Summary
Project title: City of Reynoldsburg Senior Center NPS Reduction Project
Pieces to project of note: 1,100 square feet of permeable pavement
New 2,225 square foot Asphalt parking surface
700 square feet of rain garden attached to parking area(s). This project will create a treatment train, which in theory captures all the water from the parking lot and roof run-off and into the 6” drain pipes underneath the pavers, which then drains into the ground and into the rain gardens.




 

Our Parks and Recreation Grounds Crew placed over 3,000 linear feet of split rail fencing at Civic Park to clearly define the green space used for sport specific use and the parking areas adjacent to the road entering the park; this completes phase 1 of this project. We have started the second and final phase which is to mulch underneath the fencing and then to plant (2-4”) caliber cherry trees along the fencing to encumber the mulched in area. Phase 2 will be complete by Fall of 2015.

    



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