Potential rate changes at Groveport golf course and outdoor pool

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By Rick Palsgrove
Groveport Editor

Groveport City Council is considering legislation that would increase greens fees and golf cart fees at the Groveport Municipal Golf Course as well as make increases to the non-resident rates for the outdoor Aquatic Center pool in 2022.

Both items will be discussed at council’s Nov. 15 committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 655 Blacklick St.

Under the proposed legislation, the golf cart fees would rise from $14 to $16 for 18 holes for both city residents and non-residents.

The golf course’s off season (Nov. 1 through March 31) proposed greens fees for residents would rise from $5 to $5.50 for nine holes and from $10 to $11 for 18 holes. The proposed non-resident off season green fees would rise from $7.50 to $8.50 for nine holes and from $15 to $17 for 18 holes. Proposed golf cart fees for off season would be $10 for nine holes and $16 for 18 holes for both residents and non-residents.

At the outdoor Groveport Aquatic Center, the proposed non-resident rate would rise from $12 to $16 for individuals over age two. The proposed non-resident season pass rates would increase as follows: individual ages 3-54 from $126 to $168; senior adult (age 55 and up) from $63 to $84; senior couple (age 55 and up) from $116 to $126; household of two from $221 to $294; household of three from $300 to $400; and household of four from $371 to $494.

Parking on West Street
Council is considering legislation that would prohibit parking on the fire hydrant side of West Street.

Groveport City Administrator B.J. King said there is an ongoing issue of multiple vehicles being parked on both sides of West Street making it difficult for snow plows, leaf clean up trucks, and delivery trucks to maneuver on the street. Additionally, he said, having vehicles parked on the fire hydrant side of the street is a safety issue.

Council will discuss the legislation at its committee of the whole meeting on Nov. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 655 Blacklick St.

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