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Levy dollars will be used to …
- Build restrooms at Sycamore and Pattison
- Add restrooms to Shor
- Add new park facilities and trails at Ten Mile Creek Preserve and Kelley Nature Preserve
- Improve paved trails at Sycamore, Pattison and add to Shor
- Improve trails at Wilson
- Replace aging playground equipment
- Resurface tennis courts
- Add pickleball courts to Sycamore
- Paint and stabilize historic Chilo water tower
- Improve access to all parks
- Restore habitats
- Enhance educational programming
- Repair and update maintenance facilities
Increase land preservation …
The park district will continue its efforts to preserve Clermont County’s natural heritage while working with local partners and willing landowners to protect water quality, wildlife habitat and natural areas. Park officials are active in protecting parts of the East Fork Watershed and other county streams.
Provide community grants …
Park officials will set aside some levy dollars each year to help fund local community park projects in Clermont County villages, townships and cities.
Dedicated to serving you …
The Clermont County Park District is governed by a volunteer-board appointed by the Clermont County probate judge. The park commissioners are William Stearns, Ken Stewart and Dave Anspach.
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