Projects to Watch

Our Neighborhood Parks Campaign is focused on the vitalization and improvement of eight Cincinnati Parks, spread across neighborhoods throughout the city. Parks were selected based upon the Cincinnati Parks’ 2007 Master Plan, immediate need and a cultural enhancement to the system.

Two women hike on a trail in the fall

BURNET WOODS

CLIFTON / CORRYVILLE /CUF

Projects include park activation through wellness programming, invasive species removal, and other capital improvements.


Flowering bushes and trees at Mt. Airy Arboretum

MT AIRY FOREST

MT. AIRY / WESTWOOD

Projects include enhancements to the arboretum, new accessible pathways, improvements to the picnic areas and trails, and a new bike skills course.


A clay model of the Ezzard Charles Statue at Laurel Park

LAUREL PARK

WEST END

Projects include the design, development and programming of an Ezzard Charles statue, new lighting, and continued maintenance.


A statue of a woman at Hyde Park Square

HYDE PARK SQUARE

HYDE PARK

Projects include the installation of a new beautiful safety barrier along with fresh sod and additional flower beds.

 


A man and two boys on a run.

BE.WELL PROGRAM

PROGRAM | DOWNTOWN

This partnership with Children’s Hospital provides year-round seasonal programming to get terminally ill children, children with disabilities, and their families active outdoors.


A yound boy smiles while coloring

NATURE NEXT DOOR

PROGRAM | AVONDALE
CLIFTON

Our support for this Cincinnati Parks’ Explore Nature program provides nature education and outreach to underserved youth, impacting the lives of 40,000 children each year.


A woman helping a family get in a canoe

CPAC GRANTS

PROGRAM | CITY-WIDE

These grants support the Cincinnati Parks Advisory Councils with neighborhood park programming and logistical assistance for events across Cincinnati.


A man holds out a butterfly as a little boy looks on

KROHN SHOWS

PROGRAM | MT. ADAMS / WALNUT HILLS

We proudly support Krohn Conservatory’s seasonal floral shows including the annual Butterfly Show in the spring and Holiday Show in the winter.