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On July 15th 1910, the City Recreation Department was established to enrich Columbus by finding ways to make streets, alleys, boulevards, parks and public grounds more beautiful. On January 2nd 1972, the City Recreation Department merged with the Division of Forestry and Parks to become the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department.
We have grown from six to 215 developed parks on 10,000 acres, has established 30 community centers, seven golf courses, 51 miles of trails, and programs for residents from toddlers to those 50+.
Mission - To enrich the lives of our citizens
The newly renovated Milo-Grogan Recreation Center officially reopened today at a dedication ceremony that involved community residents and civic leaders. The former 9,500 square foot building was constructed in 1976 and was the smallest recreation center in Columbus. The new expanded facility is 16,000 square feet and includes a new gym, art room, dance studio, fitness room, and game room as well as a new parking lot and air conditioning system
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