Village of Northfield
Service/Building Depts.
199 Ledge Rd.
Northfield, Ohio 44067
Phone: 
330.467.7139, Ext #20
FAX # 330.908.7014 or 330.468.4270 


 
Senior Community Center at Epiphany Luthern Church
10503 Valley View Rd.,
Northfield OH 44067
330 467 7710
Serving seniors in Northfield Center, Northfield Village and Sagamore Hills every Wednesday,
10:00 am - 4:00pm.
Optional $1.00 fee per senior.
 





















RECREATION


 
The Village's Recreation Board meets the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:30pm at the Village Hall.

RECREATION BOARD MEMBERS
*
Shari Botta
Elizabeth Lapore
Jean Robinson
Melissa Sharpe
Doris Wolfe

*Members are to be re-appointed every five years, as per
Village of Northfield Charter, Article XII, Section 12.01
 
Park Pavillion and Athletic use application forms
 
PARK PAVILION USE APPLICATION
   
PARK ATHLETIC FIELD USE APPLICATION
   
 
HUNTINGTON PARK
MAGNOLIA AVE
2.2 acres at Elm Street and Magnolia Avenue, featuring a baseball field, basketball courts, a playground and picnic tables.

Huntington Park/ Huntington Dr. were both 
named after Fire Chief Donald Huntington. 
Mr. Huntington was also on council in the 1960's during Mayor Frank Cranes term in office (1964 - 1965)
 
SMITH PARK
HOUGHTON RD
3.5 acres on Houghton Road, featuring a baseball field and basketball courts, a playground and picnic tables.

Smith park was named after Jerome B. Smith
for his service as mayor (1961 - 1964)

 
   
 
   
 
PITLUK PRESERVE
NATURAL PARK TRAILS-NEXT TO THE CUYAHOGA VALLEY NATIONAL RECREATIONAL PARK
This “green space,” located in the heart of Northfield Village, includes trees, a stream, a ravine, wildflowers and natural forest cover.  Recently opened, the preserve is a sanctuary where visitors can enjoy local flora and fauna in its natural state.  Within a short distance from the site, pedestrians have easy access to a park in neighboring Sagamore Hills, which in turn leads them into the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  Phase I of the project has been completed, and Phase II will begin this Spring.  The Village plans to purchase an ATV to be used for patrolling the Pitluk Preserve and other Village parks.  Several generous patrons have donated funds toward the acquisition of this vehicle, and further donations may be made at National City Bank in Macedonia.

The Pitluk Preserve 11 acre property was donated by Sally Pitluk during Charles A. Greenlees term as Mayor (1984 - 1989). The park was named
after the Pitluk family

 

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