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Posted on: August 21, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Tot-Lot Playsets to Be Replaced

Rendering of new playground

In Fall 2023, new playsets will be installed in the Loveland Heights’ Tot-Lot Parks.  

The Loveland Heights is one of the oldest recorded subdivisions in Hamilton County, comprising approximately 500 single-family residences mostly constructed in the mid-1950s. The Heights includes two playgrounds, commonly referred to as Tot-Lot Parks, that are located on Cherokee and Navaho Streets.

As part of an ongoing neighborhood revitalization effort, the City of Loveland secured a $75,000 grant through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to upgrade the Tot-Lots. New playset equipment is scheduled to ship in September with installation planned for October. 

The existing playsets were installed in 2007.

Additionally, the city plans to install Wi-Fi at the playgrounds. The city intends this to be a benefit to residents living within the Heights, including students who may not have internet access — an idea supported in the city’s grant application by the Loveland City School District and NEST (Nutrition, Education, Safety, Transformation) Community Learning Center.

Learn more about the city’s nearly 20 parks. 

Rendering of new playground

Rendering of new playground

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