Community Services - Parks & Recreation
West Chester Township residents enjoy a park system that features elements of our community's cultural, historical and natural resources. Beckett Park, Keehner Park, the Mill Creek Conservation Corridor, the Station Road Schoolhouse, the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting and The Square @ Union Centre are maintained by West Chester Township Community Services. These facilities combine active and passive recreational spaces for the enjoyment of residents and total just over 416 acres.Additional recreational space within West Chester Township is owned and maintained by MetroParks of Butler County. The Voice of America Park is 434 acres and features a lake for fishing and boating, athletic fields and Wiggly Field dog park.
The Community Services Department is responsible for maintaining and developing our parks and for supporting recreational programs in the parks.
Combined these facilities and programs offer exceptional opportunities for residents of the community.