Universally Designed Playground Dedicated In Wick Park - On Friday, July 17th, community members and public officials gathered at the Wick Park Pavilion to dedicate a new accessible playground which incorporates elements of universal design. The event was sponsored by Youngstown CityScape, in partnership with Wee Can Move Too, and the City of Youngstown Parks Department. CityScape received funding for this project through the... Read more »
CityScape To Host 5th Annual Swing, Scramble & Shake Golf Outing - On Friday, August 14, Youngstown CityScape will host its 5th Annual Streetscape Swing, Scramble & Shake golf outing at Henry Stambaugh Golf Course. This year’s proceeds will benefit the downtown lighting display (Sparkle Youngstown) in Central Square. The event will feature a $5K hole-in-one and a $2,500K putting contest. A cookout catered by the new... Read more »
Four New Historic Markers Dedicated In Central Square - On Friday, June 26th, Youngstown CityScape and its project partner, the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, dedicated four new historic markers in Central Square. The landmarks recognized include: Central Square, Civil War Soldiers Monument, Mahoning National Bank Building, Central Tower, Union National Bank Building, Stambaugh Building and the Realty Building. The markers are a part of... Read more »
Hundreds Participate In Streetscape 2015 For Day Of Beautification - On Saturday, May 30th, over 650 volunteers gathered in downtown Youngstown to lend their hand in helping give the greater downtown area as well as neighborhoods and city corridors a much needed annual makeover. Turnout for the event surpassed last year’s all-time high of 600 and those extra hands allowed for several additional sites to... Read more »
Downtown Walking Tour Features Past, Present & Future - On Saturday, April 4th, Youngstown CityScape hosted their first Downtown Youngstown Walking Tour of the year. Interesting historical facts as well as a discussion about current and future projects were discussed on the 2 hour trek along Federal Street. For future tour information, subscribe to our email list here.