2. Work toward preserving significant canal features within the county.
3. Work to assist all other park entities within the county.
4. Work to assist all Natural Historical and Educational entities within the county.
PICKAWAY COUNTY PARK DISTRICT GOALS
1. Develop a network of trails to connect existing and future parks
PUBLIC NOTICE PICKAWAY COUNTY PARK DISTRICT ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT - 2015 Pursuant to ORC 117.38, the State Auditor requires all “public offices” to file a financial report at the end of each year. This report summarizes the years collections and receipts and categorizes the yearly expenditures by purpose. To view Pickaway County Park Districts annual financial summary click on the image below or on the yellow title above.
Thank you Nicholas Hixon for helping the Pickaway County Park District forge their way with the trails with your Eagle Scout Project. It’s a fine kiosk and will help many as the Pickaway Trail develops. This photo was copied from the Cirlcleville Herald. See their news article and story of this young leader by clicking on the photo.
CANAL PARK CHANGES OWNERSHIP Bill Richards, President of the Pickaway County Park District Board of Commissioners accepts the deed to Canal Park and the Towpath Trail from Charles Weaver, President of the Pickaway County Historical Society.
Canal Days Sunday, September 18th Canal Day is set for 12:00 noon at Canal Park by the Pickaway County Historical Society and the Pickaway County Park District. Come and enjoy a free lunch being served at 12:00. While your food is settling in, enjoy the displays of antiques and ancient artifacts by John Barnhart, historical photos of the old canal by Ken Speakman and there will be a demonstration of Flint Knapping by Sam Webb. A hayride is set for 2:00pm FREE ADMISSION!