PARMA, Ohio - Residents of Parma and Seven Hills will now have an opportunity to get to know each other even better thanks to leaders of both communities approving an agreement to share recreational facilities.
New policies allow Parma residents to use Seven Hills Community Recreation Center for reduced prices, while residents of Seven Hills will be able to utilize Parma's ice rink, outdoor pools and Ridgewood Golf Course at lower prices.
New rates will be effective immediately.
Mayors Tim DeGeeter of Parma and Richard Dell'Aquila of Seven Hills will conduct a ceremonial signing of the agreement June 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Seven Hills Community Recreation Center located at 7777 Summitview Drive.
"This agreement will help enhance the quality of life of our residents as we look for ways to collaborate with our neighbors," said DeGeeter. "This is a real win for residents of both Parma and Seven Hills."
"We see this as a collaboration enhancing our current offerings to residents, while extending the hand of health to our neighbors in Parma," said Seven Hills Recreation Director Jen Burger. "We look forward to the opportunity for our communities to grow together."
For more information, call Parma Recreation Department at 440-885-8144 or Seven Hills Recreation Department at 216-524-6262.
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