Rental Suspensions Extended to July 1

NOTICE: Due to the revised order for business guidance and social distancing prohibiting all public and private gatherings of no greater than 10 people we will be extending the suspension of all shelter and facility rentals to July 1, 2020. We understand the inconvenience this may cause. Parks and outdoors spaces are still open to…

Policy Revisions in Accordance with Responsible RestartOhio

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Christian Ball Email: christian.ball@cantonohio.gov Phone: 330.438.4691 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canton Parks and Recreation Revises Policies in Accordance with Responsible RestartOhio May 26, 2020 – (CANTON, Ohio) – Due to Governor Mike DeWine’s Responsible RestartOhio and guidance from the Canton Health Department, Canton Parks and Recreation has revised the following COVID-19 policies effective…

Program and Shelter Cancellations Continue Through May 29th.

May 1, 2020 – (CANTON, Ohio) – In accordance with the Stay Safe Ohio order issued by Governor Mike DeWine, Canton Parks and Recreation will be extending rental suspensions and youth and adult programs until Friday, May 29th. Our main office located at 1414 Market Ave N, 44714 will remain closed to the public during…

Canton Parks and Recreation Extending Rental Suspensions and Program Cancellations

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Christian Ball Email: christian.ball@cantonohio.gov Phone: 330.438.4698   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Canton Parks and Recreation Extending Rental Suspensions and Program Cancellations April 6, 2020 – (CANTON, Ohio) – In accordance with the extension of the statewide stay-at-home order issued by Governor Mike DeWine, Canton Parks and Recreation will be extending rental suspensions…

Monument Pond Restoration Project

Canton Parks and Recreation began work this week on the Monument Pond Restoration Project in efforts to make much-needed structural repairs and improve the overall health of the pond and the surrounding area. Monument Pond was drained, and fish were relocated across Stadium Park Drive to Nimishillen Creek. Once the pond had drained into smaller…