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2 Nominations Sought For 2017 Youngstown Beautification Awards - Youngstown CityScape is currently accepting nominations for the 11th annual Youngstown Beautification Awards. Community members are encouraged to submit addresses of businesses, neighborhood groups or individual homeowners who have taken the time to clean, green and care for their home, place of business or an area in the City of Youngstown. Award winners will be... Read more »
Golf 16 7th Annual Golf Scramble Raises Funds For Wick Park Disc Golf Course -   On Friday, August 11th, Youngstown CityScape hosted its 7th Annual Swing, Scramble & Shake golf outing at Henry Stambaugh Golf Course. Proceeds from this year’s event benefited the Wick Park Disc Golf Course project. Thanks to our sponsors below for making the event possible as well as Christopher’s At The End Of The Tunnel for an... Read more »
Roof 5 Work Begins On $350K Renovation Of Wick Park Pavilion -   Work has begun on the $350,000 renovation of Wick Park’s pavilion on the city’s north side. This week, contractors began installing a new roof, gutter and HVAC system on the 60-year-old building (see attached photos). Additional plans include: updating the electrical system, windows, bathrooms, kitchen and making the building universally accessible. In 1890, members of... Read more »
7 Community Celebrates City’s 221st At Happy Birthday Youngstown! 2017 -   On Tuesday, June 27, over 100 people turned out to celebrate Youngstown’s 221st birthday at the Tyler Mahoning Valley Historical Center in downtown Youngstown. Attendees were treated to cookies, cake and a the singing of “Happy Birthday” led by Mahoning Valley Historical Society director Bill Lawson, Youngstown Mayor John McNally and Downtown Youngstown Partnership... Read more »
9 Over 800 Participate In Streetscape’s 20th Annual Planting Day -   On Saturday, June 3rd, over 800 volunteers assisted with beautification of over 50 locations throughout the city as part of Youngstown Streetscape 2017. What started as a grassroots effort with a handful of passionate volunteers 20 years ago in then-Federal Plaza has grown to become an annual city tradition which involves hundreds of individuals... Read more »