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Recreation and Parks Press Releases Find official statements issued to newspapers and other media outlets providing information on our department's news and events. - see recent releases

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In the News As a new feature, we are archiving our mentions within local media outlets. Find out where your Recreation and Parks Department has been mentioned!  - learn more

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Departmental Construction Updates Wanting to know which capital improvements may be happening in your area? Or curious as to why construction equipment may have moved into your local park?
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2016 RECREATION AND PARKS MONTH In honor of July National Recreation and Parks Month, few awesome Columbus celebrities teamed up to tell you why they love their parks. - see the videos

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Wheeler Memorial (Dog) Park FAQs This park is NOW OPEN though October 1. Because of the mild winter, crews were able to open the park ahead of schedule. To maintain the grass, we will start rotating the open side every month. There will be one side open and one side closed the entire open season. - Frequently Asked Questions

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Ride the Trails! If you have not had the chance to explore the Alum Creek or Olentangy Trails in full, take a ride along with us and view the beauty in these trails. - watch videos

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300,000 New Trees by 2020! Mayor Michael B. Coleman and the City of Columbus have launched an initiative to plant 300,00 trees in the city by 2020. - learn more

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Olentangy Trail Closure - Worthington Hills The Olentangy Trail will be closed between Worthington Hills and Olentangy River Parklands at Wilson Bridge Road. - learn more