Healthy: Spring/Summer 2024


Our staff is proud to report that the City of Dublin continues to join the ranks of elite park and recreation agencies and departments across the country by earning its reaccreditation status through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). CAPRA accreditation is the only national accreditation for park and recreation agencies and is a measure of best practices used to achieve overall quality of service to the community. This mark of distinction indicates that the City has met rigorous standards for the management, planning and administration of public lands, facilities, resources, programs, safety and services.

The City of Dublin Parks and Recreation Department is one of 192 agencies in the country and one of ten agencies in Ohio to receive national accreditation. We achieved reaccreditation in 2021 and distinguished ourselves even further by meeting all 154 standards. To become accredited, agencies must demonstrate their ability to meet all 36 Fundamental Standards and 95% of the non-fundamental standards. We are pleased to exceed the standards for the benefit of our residents and guests.

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL At-Large Council Members Vice Mayor Christina Alutto Mayor Chris Amorose Groomes Andy Keeler

Ward Representatives Amy Kramb, Ward 1 Jane Fox, Ward 2 John Reiner, Ward 3 Cathy De Rosa, Ward 4

Clerk of Council Jennifer Delgado Dublin City Manager Megan O’Callaghan

PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN The Department of Parks and Recreation creates parks, programs, activities and facilities that provide fun and life-enriching opportunities for our diverse community. Dublin values, promotes and is committed to continued investment in a healthy and balanced community lifestyle. The first Dublin Parks and Recreation Master Plan was developed by our community and adopted by Dublin City Council in 2010. The City of Dublin recently developed its second Parks & Recreation Master Plan, which was adopted by Dublin City Council in 2023. To learn more, visit

COMMUNITY SERVICES ADVISORY COMMISSION Tanner Pryor (Chair) Vicki von Sadovszky (Vice Chair) Vivekanandan Arunachalam Steve Dritz Elizabeth McClain Hong Qiu Jessica Tobias

On the Cover Wyandot Camp participants are enjoying an afternoon of putt-putt golf! Our 2024 core summer camp season begins June 3 and runs through July 26. Extended Weeks programming operates July 29-Aug. 9. Camps are open to preschool, youth and teen participants. Check out our Summer Camps section for all of our offerings!

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