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Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
December 12 @ 6:30 pmFree
The Parks & Recreation Advisory Board is comprised of seven members who meet to review and make recommendations to City Council on the City’s parks, recreational programs and facilities in the community. The Board meets the second Wednesday of even numbered months at 6:30 pm at the Municipal Services Center. Each member serves a four-year term. The President of City Council appoints members to the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and Council Members confirm.
1) Call to Order and Roll Call
2) Approve the October 9th, 2019 Meeting Minutes
3) Pickleball Courts Discussion
4) Sidewalk Maintenance Program
5) Arts & Culture Master Plan
6) Community Center Feasibility Task Force Update
7) Scholarship Program Update
8) Athletic Fields Turf Conditions Update
9) Capital Improvement Program
I. Reed Road Playground and Dugouts
II. Westover Playground
III. Northam Park Athletics and Tennis Facilities Upgrade Process
IV. 2020 CIP Plans
10) Directors Report
11) Board Member Comments and Setting Future Agenda Items
I. February meeting – Athletic Fields Usage Discussion
Previous meeting materials, minutes and reports can be found on our Archives Portal link.
Submissions to our Community Calendar
As a service to the community, the City hosts an online Community Calendar. We invite you to submit details of upcoming special events that are open to and promote government interests of the community at-large, as determined by the City of Upper Arlington.
To submit a calendar listing, please use this online form. Submissions should include a photograph (no posters or logos) with a exact size of 1920 pixels wide x 1275 pixels high. We recommend that you submit items at least three months in advance, since we may include some community events in the City’s print and e-newsletters as space allows.
The City will not post routine items such as programs, club meetings or classes. The inclusion of a special event does not represent an endorsement from the City. The City reserves complete control of any event postings on the Community Calendar and has final approval authority over them. Community Calendar postings are not intended to, and do not, create a public or designated forum for private speech of any kind. The City reserves its right to refuse a submission