What is a Park District?

In Ohio, park districts are created by citizens to preserve open space, protect natural areas, and provide recreation and learning. The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Park District was created in 1972 by local residents with the foresight to realize that areas must be set aside as parks, while the community was developed with homes and businesses.  The majority of funding for the Park District comes from levies on the residents of Bellbrook and Sugarcreek Township.  Natural areas, scenic parks, and quality programs help make our community a special place to live.  Continued local support, cooperation with other agencies, and great volunteers enable the Park District to meet the park and outdoor recreation demands of current and future generations.

The mission of the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Park District is to improve the quality of life for the residents of our community by:

  • Preserving open space
  • Providing exceptional program opportunities
  • Enhancing recreation facilities

It is our goal to meet the needs of our residents by delivering the highest of quality leisure experience for all ages to enjoy.

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Board of Commissioners 2015 meetings

The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Park District’s regular meetings are typically held on the fourth Thursday of each month, at 7:00am, at the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Community Center, 2751 Washington Mill Road, Bellbrook, Ohio, unless otherwise indicated.

JANUARY 21 (WEDNESDAY)                  JULY 23

NO FEBRUARY MEETING                       AUGUST 27

  MARCH 26                                              SEPTEMBER 24

  APRIL 23                                                 OCTOBER 22

  MAY 28                                                     NOVEMBER 19**

  JUNE 25*                                                 DECEMBER 17**

*  Regular Meeting/Budget Hearing

** Changed from fourth Thursday due to Holiday