Tuthill Park

Tuthill Map

The Tuthill Park Neighborhood Association  is made up of mid-century homes and neighbors who care about safety, community and their adjacent Tuthill Park.  The Park is the heart of the neighborhood with features like the recently restored Tuthill House that was donated along with 80-acres to the City Park system in 1953 by Arthur and Dot Tuthill.  The Park also features Frisbee Golf, singletrack bike trails, playground, sledding hill, formal garden and gazebo for special events and weddings.

Additional upgrades in the neighborhood include the replacement of 100 newly planted boulevard trees due to the loss of trees from a 2019 tornado and the Emerald Ash Borer.  As a long established neighborhood, many new, young families are attracted to the area with its curved roads, expansive yards and architectural character.