Alum Creek Park Plan


In 2011, the Alum Creek Corridor Committe (ACCC) was created with a mission to create an accessible, interactive, and protected Alum Creek corridor along the length of Bexley's creekside in collaboration with community stakeholders and other jurisdictions.  One of the initial goals that came out of the ACCC was the creation of a park along Alum Creek from Main Street to Livingston.

One of the initial steps to developing a park along the creek was to create a park plan.  Thanks to a grant from the Bexley Community Foundation as well as a grant from the Jeffrey Foundation, funds have been secured for the creation of the park plan.  

Alum Creek Park Plan 

The City is currently in the midst of the Alum Creek park planning process.  An initial series of public meetings and survey work has been completed, and we will be reviewing a draft park plan created by MKSK at a public meeting on January 16th, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Bexley Public Library Auditorium.  Please stop by to hear concepts for the park and provide your feedback.  Hope you can make it!


Draft Alum Creek Park Plan


Please feel free to contact the Bexley Recreation and Parks Department with any questions.  Please spread the word as, again, we need community input to develop a park that meets the needs of our community.  

To view survey results from our community survey (as of October 17, 2013), click here.