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Parks & Recreation
Deam Park

415 S. Vandemark Rd.
Mail: 201 W. Poplar St.
Sidney, OH 45365



Parks and Recreation Director:
Duane Gaier
Phone: (937) 498-8105
Fax: (937) 498-8109
Email: dgaier@sidneyoh.com

Facilities Maintenance Supervisor:
Jim Heuing
Phone: (937) 498-8156
Email: jheuing@sidneyoh.com

Recreation Specialist:
Jennie Rogers
Phone: (937) 498-8155
Email: jrogers@sidneyoh.com

Park Ranger:
Justin Aselage
Phone: (937) 498-2335 (ext. 8455)
Email: jaselage@sidneyoh.com

 

2100 N Main Ave.

Map of Deam Park

About
This park is ADA accessible with grills, lighted basketball court, picnic area with shelter, play equipment, restrooms and a sports field.

Hours
6:00AM - 10:00PM

Park Features:
• Modular Play Structure & Swings
• Shelter
• Softball Diamond
• Soccer Fields
• Football Fields
• Drinking Water
• Lighted Basketball
• Restrooms
• Open Green Space

HISTORY (Research completed by Cheryl Michaels and Janet Ross 2009)
Deam Park is located at 2230 North Main Avenue.  This property acquired by the City of Sidney is named in honor of Emerson Deam.  This was done in 1966 at the February 28th Recreation Committee meeting.   Mr. Deam served in the U.S. Army in France during WW I.  During WW II he served as president of the Sidney Draft Board.   In 1939, he served as president to the new city-building commission.  Mr. Deam was Mayor of Sidney on two separate occasions.  He first served two terms from 1929-1933.  He was elected mayor again in 1952 and re-elected in 1954.  During his term as Mayor, the Planning Commission was established which in turn set up and passed the Zoning Code.  He served as chairman of the Planning Commission until he left office.  The city swimming pool was completed during this period.  The Sidney Recreation Commission was made a workable reality during his tenure.  Mr. Deam later served as a member of the City Zoning Appeals Board of which he was chairman.

 

 

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