The pride of Fairborn
The Fairborn Parks and Recreation Division’s mission is to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Fairborn through the availability of recreational and cultural opportunities as well as to proactively operate and maintain City-owned buildings, grounds, and cemeteries.
Parks and Recreation
Determine the appropriate development and use of the 20 City parks and nature areas; coordinate and present concerts and special recreation events in the Summer Park Series; coordinate and assist with all sports league usage; coordinate park reservations and approval for any special events; serve as staff liaison to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board; communicate and cooperate with the County and other communities' recreation departments; provide research and planning for continued development of recreational and cultural opportunities. Coordinate park system volunteers.
Responsible for appropriate physical upkeep and improvements of all City-owned property including the Government Center, Library, four Fire Stations, and other auxiliary buildings; landscaping, irrigation, mowing, and trimming of all grounds; maintenance and preparation of all sports fields, courts, playgrounds, exercise areas, shelters, and other service facilities; assist and provide maintenance support for the annual special events.
Own and maintain Fairfield Cemetery; operate Fairfield Cemetery to provide for the purchase of cemetery plots, the opening, closing, and maintenance of gravesites, pouring forms for monuments, and to provide indigent burials; maintain Cost, Highview, and Hall cemeteries.
Learn more about our parks
Park Rules and Regulations
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Let us know about any park specific concerns
Report a Park Maintenance Concern