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Ranger Headquarters
11189 Spear Road
Concord Twp., OH 44077

Office Hours
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Monday – Friday
Other times by appointment only 440-358-7290

For Ranger response to an incident:

  • In case of emergency: Dial 9-1-1
  • Non-emergency contact Ranger Dispatch: 440-354-3434


Mission
The Lake Metroparks Ranger Department will indiscriminately serve all citizens of Lake County by protecting and preserving all resources under the authority of the Lake Metroparks Board of Park Commissioners as authorized by the Ohio Revised Code.

The department will serve as the Public Safety and Law Enforcement Agency for the Lake Metroparks, and will provide safety, security, and protection for all park visitors while promoting the wise and prudent use of the resources through education and enforcement of park rules, state, and federal laws.

The Department will exercise its vested authority in a courteous, firm, and consistent manner to encourage the use of the park resources while enhancing the quality of life for all.

Accepted September 1993 | Reaffirmed 1997

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Directions
I-90 to State Route 44; head south (toward Chardon) to first traffic light (Auburn Rd). Turn left on Auburn Rd, continue straight past Concord-Hambden Rd (Quail Hollow) to next intersection. Turn right onto Spear Rd; continue to 11189 Spear Rd (on left).

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Volunteer Opportunities

Trail Patrol Volunteers

 

Mounted Posse

 

Bike Patrol

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Don't make your vehicle a target
Protect your Vehicle: Crime Prevention Tips
By Ranger Brandy Hanusosky

Misfortune can strike anyone anywhere. Thefts from a vehicle can happen while you are at work, at the park, at the store, and even at your own home. If the vehicle is forcibly entered, you will have to pay for repairs or insurance fees in addition to the loss of the stolen items. One of the best ways not to become a victim is to plan ahead carefully and follow some commonsense safety precautions in your daily routine.
Click here for more information.


Child Safety Seat Inspections

The Ranger Department has a certified technician who can discuss and demonstrate proper harnessing and installation techniques for both rear facing and forward facing child safety seats, and make sure you know how to install the child safety seat in your vehicle.  Emphasis is also placed on booster seats for those children who are too big for a harnessed child safety seat, but too small to fit in a vehicle seat belt. 

The FREE inspections are conducted by appointment only and can be scheduled with Ranger Brandy Hanusosky by email or by calling 440-358-7290.

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