Welcome to Middleburg Heights Greenspace Initiative

The City of Middleburg Heights Parks, Trails & Trees and Greenspace Preserves provide access to educational, recreational and entertainment opportunities while increasing property values and igniting the local economy – all while detouring crime and protecting our city from the ongoing environmental impact brought by both nature and mankind.

“Our Greenspace initiatives play a vital role in strengthening the social, economic, and physical well-being of our city and our residents.”

– Mayor Matthew Castelli

Middleburg Heights Greenspace Initiatives are designed to strengthen the following:
tree-city-usa logoStrengthen Our Minds and Bodies

The City of Middleburg Heights greenspaces encourage active lifestyles and physical activity can reduce or prevent many physical and mental health problems, and by doing so may also reduce the costs of healthcare for everyone. Awarded TREE CITY USA the City of Middleburg Heights knows that trees and greenspaces can remove toxins from the air, filter rain, reduce heat and beautify our environment.

Strengthen Our Economy

The City of Middleburg Heights greenspaces attract residents and businesses, increase revenue for cities, spur private investment, and increase job opportunities.

Strengthen Our Infrastructure

The City of Middleburg Heights greenspaces are designed to integrate with our infrastructure plans to manage stormwater and mitigate flooding making our city more resilient.

Strengthen Our Community

The City of Middleburg Heights greenspaces increases our resident’s engagement providing a sense of community allowing many forms of recreation and entertainment. Our community is also strengthened by our greenspaces ability to meet our city-wide equity goals.

City Parks | Central Park • Baldwin Creek Preserve • Lake Isaac • Lake Abram • Trails and Trees Initiative • Tri-City Bark Park and much more
Recycling | Stormwater Management | Animal Control
Business | Sustainability • Growth • Respected | The perfect place to grow
People enjoying Middleburg Heights Greenspace