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For questions not covered in our frequently asked questions, please call the Parks and Services Office at 513-385-7503, Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
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Colerain Township has 10 parks for residents to enjoy. In addition to the 10 parks, we maintain 11 historical cemeteries, 7 public buildings, and various other properties in Colerain Township.
The Parks and Services Office is located in the Fire Headquarters at 4160 Springdale Road.
The Parks and Services Office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All Township parks are open year-round from dawn to dusk.
The parks are opened 365 days a year. Heritage Park, along the Great Miami River, occasionally experiences closures when the river floods and the banks overflow into the park.
No. We do not provide snow removal along the walking trails.
The restroom facilities are open April 1 through November 1 of each year. Because our restroom facilities are not climate controlled, we hire a plumber to winterize the restrooms so that the pipes do not burst.
The Parks and Services Department does not prohibit fishing on Township property as long as citizens follow all Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife rules and regulations and possess a valid fishing license.
Yes, Colerain Township opened a dog park in 2018! One of the baseball fields at Heritage Park (11405 East Miami River Road) was converted into a dedicated dog park where dogs can run free without being on a leash.
Trees have been planted that will eventually provide shade to benches spread throughout the dog park. Agility equipment and water have been installed for the dogs to enjoy. We have a separate area for small and big dogs. The small dog park is located near the main dog park. In addition to our dog park, all Township parks are dog-friendly. All pets must remain on a leash (maximum six feet in length), kept under physical control at all times, and not be a nuisance or a danger to other park users.
Pet owners are required to remove their pet’s fecal deposits from the park grounds and place their waste in a suitable receptacle. No pets are permitted in play equipment areas or on baseball fields. Colerain and Clippard Parks have dog watering stations along the walking trails. Most parks have mutt-mitt stations to use to pick up pet waste.