SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE:
Morrow County Park District
The Morrow County Park District will hold a Special Meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.
The purpose of the special meeting is to discuss potential land acquisition for the Flying Squirrel Preserve and the upcoming Ohio Public Works Commission Round 15 grant application. Be advised that the board does plan on going into executive session at some point during this meeting.
This notice serves as the meeting agenda.
As per House Bill 197 authorizing virtual meetings the public can attend the following ways:
132 040 2419
More ways to join:
Join by video system
You can also dial 188.8.131.52 and enter your meeting number.
Join by phone
+1-415-655-0001 US Toll
Access code: 132 040 2419
The Morrow County Park District Board meets on the 2nd Monday each month.
We now have a permanent meeting location.
3984 Twp. Rd. 176, Fredericktown, OH 43019
We are using the entrance from Co. Rd. 121 for now.
There is an old school house/lodge .
Morrow County Park District was formed in 1996. It is funded by many sources including private donations, state and federal funding. The Park is currently managed by five volunteer commissioners who are responsible for acquisition, planning, public relations and maintenance. The Park District strives to provide natural areas and green spaces for the general public to enjoy.
To acquire and maintain diverse natural habitats distributed across Morrow County, Ohio. The Park District strives to preserve and create a diversity of ecosystems and recreational opportunities that are compatible with and promote conservation o these resources.
The logo for the park district is an artist's collage of various natural features that could be encountered while visiting the park system. It depicts towering hardwood and evergeen trees stretching to reach a cloud as it floats by. A rich and vibrant under story of plant life stretches to the horizon. A clear, bubbling stream tumbles its way to the sea.