This plot of land is located directly across from the entrance to Heritage at Miami Bluffs, near the intersection of Grandin Road and Striker Road (see map). Each large plot is 13' x 27' or 13' x 13' for a small plot.
1. Cultivating, weeding, and watering their own plots
2. Keep areas clean of debris, gardening tools, and equipment
3. Only use approved fencing around individual plots
4. Only use galvanized tomato cages
5. Each garden plot must maintain an aesthetically pleasing appearance for other gardeners and the daily passerby
1. Hamilton Township will provide a permanent garbage receptacle which will be emptied on a weekly basis. Please utilize this receptacle and do not leave garbage or debris around garden plots.
2. The Township will also provide a shed/storage unit for all equipment and gardening tools; thus, any unattended tools and/or equipment left in the garden will be discarded on a weekly basis.
3. The Township will mow and maintain a clean pathway around the entirety of the garden.
We are committed to having a place for our Gardeners to grow their crops and have a place for our youth to learn about the cultivation process as they garden with their loved ones. These rules and regulations will protect the gardeners ability to garden along with the community’s sightlines of the area. If you have any questions or would like to apply for a Garden Plot, please call (513) 683-8520 or stop by the Township Administration Building. The current gardening application can be found below at the following link:
Hamilton Township is fortunate to have almost 600 acres of passive and active parkland. Policies governing the parks are approved by an appointed Park Board. The parks are maintained by a full-time park crew member and the Township Road Department under the direction of the Public Works Director.
The different township parks are described below:
Marr Park is located at 912 Nunner Road. The 123 acre farm and farm house was generously donated to the people of Hamilton Township by the Marr Family in 2009. The Hamilton Township Trustees quickly adopted a master plan for the park in 2010 and graded 13 soccer fields the following year. The fields and other facilities will open will funding for the parking lots access roads is secured.
Testerman Park is located at 8373 Maineville Road. The first 23 acres was purchased by the Township in 1973 and from the start the land was intended for active recreation. A ball-field was originally named in memory of William “Bill” Testerman who was clerk of the township at the time of his passing, and soon the entire park became known as Testerman Park.
Over the years there has been additional land added to the park for parking and ball fields, and now the park is approximately 32 acres in size. The township has added shelter houses with grills and picnic tables and a walking trail for exercise.
Mounts Park is located on Stubbs Mill Road. The land was purchased from Dravo Gravel Company on a land contract in 1984. The property is named after one of the first families to settle this area.
Mounts Park Findings
Big Foot Run Dog Park
Hamilton Township now has a park for walking your dog or just taking him out to let him run for exercise. This park is located on the corner of Morrow-Cozaddale Road and East US 22 & 3 just across from the Little Miami High school. It consists of 6.5873 Acres of land donated to the township by J.P.S. Development, LLC.
This park has been built totally by donations from many pet lovers in the area.
If you would be interested in donating to this project we are located at:
7780 South State Route 48 P.O. Box 699
Maineville, Ohio 45039