The Hilltop Neighborhood Park

The Hilltop Neighborhood Park 

2105 West Broad Street

Hilltop Neighborhood Park is owned by Friends of the Hilltop and is located at the corner of West Broad Street and Whitethorne Avenue. This pocket park provides an area of green space for the surrounding neighborhood and visitors to enjoy.

The park was designed by the Neighborhood Design Center. The design includes benches, trees and a raised flower bed. The entrance to the park has a lovely natural stone sign. The park was funded in part by a grant from the United Way Neighborhood Partnership Program. Generous support from members and other supporters also helped to made the park possible. In 2015 a wishing well was generously donated and installed by Z-Block.

Volunteers are always needed to help maintain the park. Please contact us if you would like to help out. Donations of annual and perennial flowers, topsoil, and mulch are always appreciated!

Special thanks to Hennessy Landscaping

Hennessy Landscaping installed the retaining wall in the park in 2003 as part of our Ohio Bicentennial celebration and has continued to help maintain the wall during the ensuing years at no cost to Friends of the Hilltop.

Friends of the Hilltop is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

© 2000-2015, Friends of the Hilltop. All rights reserved.

Environmental Impact Chair - Dan Downing

Beautification Chair - currently open

Hilltop Neighborhood Park dedication stone