2. Work toward preserving significant canal features within the county.
3. Work to assist all other park entities within the county.
4. Work to assist all Natural Historical and Educational entities within the county.
PICKAWAY COUNTY PARK DISTRICT GOALS
1. Develop a network of trails to connect existing and future parks
New Pickaway County GIS map of parks and trails now available
Welcome to the Pickaway County Park District Website! We hope you enjoy your visit. Our board meetings are open to the public. Come visit us on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon at the Pickaway County Annex Building in Suite 400.
Watch the video below as Pickaway County Park District Director Tom Davis provides some good information about the tax levy.
PARK and TRAIL GRANT PROGRAM
PICKAWAY COUNTY PARK DISTRICT
Park and Trail Grant Program Summary;
Since 2015, the Pickaway County Park District has awarded almost $16,000 to support 17 local park and trail projects herein Pickaway County.
In November of 2017, the citizens of Pickaway County approved a 10 year, .5 mil levy, to support Park District operations and to increase and improve parks and trails throughout the county. To follow through with promises made during the levy campaign, the Park District has set aside $25,000, five times the 2017 level, for its 4th round of park and trail grants. The Park District plans on significantly increasing that amount for 2019, with those applications being due sometime in late December 2018.
For more information on this grant program, CLICK HERE.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT MARY VIRGINIA CRITES HANNAN PARK CHECK HERE!
The Pickaway County Park District is looking for someone to fill the position of
Executive Management Assistant
The position works mainly in an office environment, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday thru Friday, with occasional weekend and evening hours. The office is located at 141 W. Main St., Suite 400, Circleville, Ohio. The position does routinely require working outdoors to plan, implement and monitor District programs and facilities, and may require attendance at local, state, or national park and trail related conferences. Starting pay is $18/hr, with a full county benefit package; including health care and retirement. After a successful six month probationary period, base pay will be raised to $18.50/hr.