Parks are vitally important to a community’s quality of life, contributing significantly to its economic and environmental well-being. Living near a park is linked to better physical and mental health. The City of Grove City is proud to offer nearly two dozen parks with a variety of amenities to improve the quality of life of our citizens and visitors.
Grove City is gathering input for new parks in the Pinnacle area and on the former grounds of Beulah Park with assistance from MKSK Studios, a landscape architecture, urban design and planning firm that worked on the award-winning Scioto Greenways in downtown Columbus.
All community members are invited to view a presentation and share ideas at visioning stations regarding the development of the parks including possible amenities at a public meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 21 in Grove City Hall, 4035 Broadway.