Find It Now
All playgrounds in Medina City Parks are CLOSED per Governor Mike DeWine's Orders on March 23, 2020.
The Medina City Parks system consists of fourteen parks covering eight hundred acres of developed and undeveloped parkland. Historic buildings on the square set like jewels around the Uptown Park has become an iconic image that comes to mind when people think of Medina. Explore the features of each of our parks, you will be pleasantly surprised to discover all that the Medina City Parks has to offer. For a quick preview of Medina City Parks and their amenities click here.
If you are looking to rent a pavilion in one of our parks please click on Pavilion Rental.
Just as all good things must come to an end,
the splash pads at both the Ray Mellert Park and the
Fred Greenwood Park will be closed for the season on
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
See you in the spring!
City of Medina Deer Survery
Technical Guidance for Deer Management
Need answers to Common Questions about Coyotes? Click here
Forestry and Cemetery
The Medina City Parks & Recreation Department is a growing
department that is responsible for maintaining 800 acres of
parkland, athletic fields and all park facilities. It also manages
the Forestry and Cemetery Departments.
Medina City Parks Director
Office: 785 E. Washington Street, Medina, Ohio, 44256
For emergency storm damage
after hours call the
Medina Police Department
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Friday 9 am - 12 pm