General Park information
Office and Park Supervisor can be reached at 330-793-0718
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The Park System is a department of Austintown Township, governed by the Board of Austintown Township Trustees.
Funding of the parks is provided by an 0.8 mil levy originally passed by the voters of Austintown in 986 and
renewed in 1991, 1996, 2001 and most recently in 2006. Additional funding is acquired through available grant
applications, donations and sponsorships. Austintown Park Department consists of 3 full time maintenance staff
and the park supervisor.
Austintown Township Parks System strives to provide recreational facilities,
opportunities and educational programs focused on understanding and appreciation of the environment and our
park lands. Preservation of the park in its natural environment is balanced with recreational fields and courts,
and paved metered walking opportunities.
consists of our main 206 acre Township Park
located at 6000 Kirk Road
plus five satellite parks located throughout Austintown Township for a total of approximately 250 acres of park
land. Over 100 of these acres are of natural woodlands.
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||9-11 Memorial Park (1051 S. Raccoon Rd.)--This a 14 acre site with several youth
league ball fields has been leased to the 9-11 Memorial Committee and Austintown Local Schools. The
Park Department maintains the recycling site which is the largest in the county. The Axe Factory Run
Stream runs through the park
||Brookwood Park (Warwick South Dr.) and Greenbriar Park (near the
intersection of Barrington Dr. and Innwood Dr.)provides a total of ten acres of neighborhood
recreational area with playground equipment and picnic tables.
||Veterans Memorial Park (S. Wickliffe Cir.)--offers the community a site to remember
those who have served our country. The two acre park has a wooden gazebo with benches and memorials
erected by various veteran organizations.
||Wedgewood Park (1675 Lancaster Dr.)--is a 17 acre neighborhood park offering a
streamside forest, playground equipment and a ball field. The Friends For Wedgewood Park are a non-profit
group of neighbors and residents established in 2005 working to renovate this recently acquired park
land to offer more recreational opportunities while retaining this natural area which host a large portion
of the Axe Factory Run Stream watershed and a habitat for a variety of wildlife.