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Central Park

1795 Steese Road, Uniontown, OH 44685

Community Hall

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Green's newest park features nearly 8.5-acres located adjacent to the Green Intermediate School and Central Administration Building. 

Park Info

Total Acres: 8.11Splash Pad
Total Construction Cost: $5.3 million
Completion Date:  July 9, 2016
Location:   1795 Steese Road.  On Steese Road, nestled between the Central Administration Building, Green Intermediate School and the Retirement Residence of Green.
Purpose:  Central Park was designed in the heart of Green to create a hub or gathering place reminiscent of communities with historic downtowns.   Grand opening event

Amenities/Park Features:

  • One-mile asphalt walking trail
  • Community Hall: 5,700 S.F. See rental information.
  • Restroom and concession building: 1,110 S.F.
  • Amphitheater with occupancy for 500 (350 concrete seating/150 lawn area)
  • Splash Pad area to accommodate up to 100 kids
  • Splash Pad open Memorial Day through Labor Day, hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, weather permitting
  • Playground for all ages
  • Gaga ball pit
  • Parking lot access on Steese Road and Town Park Blvd. 
  • Three ponds (total of 2.07 acres)

   Project Timeline: 


  • In the fall of 2011, City Council authorized the City to update the City's Long Range Land Use Plan and Massillon Road Corridor Plan. A Steering Committee was formed and they spent the last three months of 2011 and the early part of 2012 studying the Massillon Road Corridor from both a transportation and land use prospective. The Steering Committee identified this area as an ideal location for a community park.


  • The City began to acquire land near the Central Administration Building in the fall of 2012 to provide the necessary space to create a community park. 


  • In 2013, an initial concept plan was prepared to help drive the conversation about creating this space. In the fall of 2013, a Central Park Steering Committee was formed and met to work with the project's design firm, OHM Advisors.


  • During the Mayor's State of the City Address in January 2014, he presented plans for Central Park.  Public input was gathered via informational meetings and a community survey in the spring of 2014.
  • Final construction plans were completed in the fall of 2014.