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Parks & Recreation
Humphrey 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

Facilities Maintenance Supervisor:
Jim Heuing
Phone: (937) 498-8156

Recreation Specialist:
Jennie Rogers
Phone: (937) 498-8155

Park Ranger:
Justin Aselage
Phone: (937) 498-2335 (Ext. 8455)


600 Buckeye Ave.

Map of Humphrey Park

This park is three acres and is ADA accessible, lighted basketball court, picnic area with shelter, play equipment, port-a-john (seasonal) and sports field.

The City of Sidney Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a food service program this summer under the Ohio Department of Education, Summer Food Service Program for Children. We will operate this lunch program Monday through Friday.

6:00AM - 10:00PM

Park Features:
• Modular Play Structure & Swings
• Shelter
• Softball Diamond
• Drinking Water
• Lighted Basketball

HISTORY (Research completed by Cheryl Michaels and Janet Ross 2009)
Humphrey Park is located at Buckeye Avenue. At a Recreation Board meeting on July 11, 1988, George Kratt recommended renaming Tilberry Park to Humphrey Park.  It was named in honor of James Humphrey.  James P. Humphrey was a lifelong resident of Shelby County.  He was descended from the Randolph slaves who settled in the area during the 1840s, and he brought their story to those who were interested in local history.  Mr. Humphrey served in City government for several years as a councilman, vice mayor, from 1981 to 1987 was the mayor.  He was also involved in many community organizations, such as Kiwanis, the Salvation Army, and the NAACP.



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