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Westerville Community Center

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Highlands Park Aquatic Center

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Everal Barn and Homestead

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Westerville Sports Complex

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Otterbein Lake

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Broodsedge Bark Park

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Millstone Creek Park

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Spring Grove Park N

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Alum Creek Park South

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Bikepaths and Leisure Paths

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Heritage Park

Westerville is known as a “City Within a Park” and has been nationally recognized as one of the best parks systems in the nation because of the planning and guidance that went into the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan (PROS 2000). Through community support and input, the PROS 2000 Plan was developed enabling the City to acquire land and develop parks and facilities for its citizens.

In 2012, the Westerville Parks and Recreation Department, with the assistance of citizens, embarked on a planning process to design the next generation of services for the Westerville community. Known as the Parks, Recreation and Open Space – or PROS – Master Plan, the support and input of Westerville residents and businesses have been central to its development.

Planning community priorities together has been crucial to the completion of the 2014 PROS Master Plan. Several themes have emerged based on what residents see as our most key and critical issues. Paired with the Parks & Recreation mission areas of exemplary customer service, creating a healthy community, protecting and growing the economic health of the community and being stewards of the natural and built environment, the community’s input has helped the Master Plan take shape. 

 

 

Last updated: 7/7/2014 10:30:05 AM