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Eagles Point

IMG_2376.JPGLocated at the point where Boundary and Butler streets meet, this landmark was created on a grassy triangle of land in 2009.

This landmark is recognition of Indian tribes who lived in this area. It features boulders, each with the name of a tribe that was represented at the Greenville Treaty; a four-colored concrete Circle of Live which was symbolic of so many aspects of life; native grasses and flowers reflecting the colors of the circle and the 1700's time period; a gravel pathway representing the Wabash River and granite on steel eagles facing significant directions. Eagles-Point2.PNG

Come see this gem in person! It's located directly across the street from the Fort Recovery Field House.

Public Notice

The Village of Fort Recovery has prepared a list of estimated assessments for sidewalks and curbing for those owning property along William Street.

The list is on file with the Clerk of Council and is available for inspection at the Village’s Administrative Office during normal business hours.

For more information, please contact Roberta Staugler, 201 S. Main St., Fort Recovery, Ohio 45846; rstaugler@fortrecovery.org; (419) 375-2530.

Pavilion at Community Park

Add your Legacy to the Pavilion with a one-time chance to purchase Naming Rights or a paver to the patio!

Click here for more information!

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