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Centerville Plans More Trails, Signs for Stubbs Park

Centerville Plans More Trails, Signs for Stubbs Park
3/4/2021

The City of Centerville hopes to expand trails, trail-head facilities and signage in Stubbs.

Centerville Plans More Trails, Signs for Stubbs Park

Centerville Plans More Trails, Signs for Stubbs Park

The City of Centerville hopes to expand trails, trail-head facilities and signage in Stubbs. 

This proposal includes the following improvements:

  • Constructing approximately 3,600 feet of paved trails to replace existing gravel footpaths
  • Redeveloping the existing trail-head/amphitheater restroom facility
  • Redesigning the trail-head/amphitheater parking lot
  • Installing wayfinding signage throughout the park

The map below shows the location of the anticipated changes.

Centerville plans for Stubbs Park - 2021

“These trail improvements will improve the quality of life for Centerville residents by making trails more accessible to users of all abilities, creating a more accessible and higher quality restroom facility and by increasing and simplifying parking within Stubbs Park,” Assistant City Planner Joey O’Brien said.

To help fund these improvements, Centerville will apply for the Recreational Trails Fund Grant through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

The City is now seeking public input to review these proposed improvements. Please send all input to the contact below. The public comment period will be open for 14 days from March 2 – March 16, 2021.

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