Passage of Streetsboro's 5-mill parks levy would mean more than a new $15 million recreation center.
According to the city's website, a variety of improvements to the city's parks are also planned.
At City Park changes could include leveling and grading four ball fields, bull pens for pitchers, covered dugouts with safe on-deck circles, a scorekeepers' tower and scoreboards.
Two new blacktop basketball courts, two sand volleyball courts, and a new pavilion are possible, as well. The plan also includes paving the walking path in the park.
At Wilcox Park, officials hope implement a conceptual plan first presented in the 2007 Parks Master Plan. This could include athletic fields, walking paths and a pavilion. Some funding may come from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources since the park also may serve as a future trailhead for the area.
A master plan will be developed for Thomas Heritage Park, which is located on S.R. 303 across from Wilcox Park. Both are just west of S.R. 14. Some elements of the plan could include a pavilion, extending water and electric service to the park, and a paved parking lot.