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Parks and Recreation
Parks and Forestry
The Parks & Forestry Department is responsible for the maintenance of the City’s 18 parks, totaling approximately 625 acres, as well as the Kiwanis Trail, and Bohn Pool. This division is also responsible for:
- Boulevard Trees
- Park Trees
- Downtown Sidewalk Snow Removal
- Public Parking Lot Snow Removal
- Downtown and Holiday Decorating
- Annual Flower Planting
- Downtown Trash Removal
- Shelter and Ball Field Rentals
Adrian, known as the Maple City, has held the Tree City USA designation for the past 43 years and is a 6 time Growth Award recipient. The Growth Award is given to communities who provide services such as information on tree planting, tree maintenance and public education.
The Harriett Kimball Fee Estate was established to assist in the beautification of Adrian’s city parks and public properties. The funds are to be used for beautification only and cannot be used for things such as athletic fields, recreation facilities, playground equipment or land acquisition.
If you would like more information regarding renting a park shelter or facility please contact the Parks & Forestry Department at 517-264-4876, or visit City Hall during the department’s office hours. A calendar of our park shelters availability can be found here.
Parks & Forestry Superintendent
135 East Maumee St.
Adrian, MI 49221