Organized sports such as baseball, softball, soccer and football are offered for children 5 years through high school. Adult teams are also offered in softball. The City’s leased ball-fields and park and the new Harry Rigney Park are located:
Franzen Fields: Rogers Road, behind Civic Center
Harry Rigney Park: City Park off Rollingwood Drive
City-Civic Park: Rogers Road behind the Civic Center, adjacent to Franzen Fields
Villa Madonna Complex: on Amsterdam Road, in front of Villa Madonna Academy
Tom Braun Fields: at the Villa Madonna Complex
Cunningham Fields: soccer field at Villa Madonna Complex
Villa Madonna Complex Soccer Schedule for Voluntary/Optional Conditioning:
Baseball/Softball Opportunities available:
Crosstown Baseball/Softball – http://leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?sid=539818877&url=crosstownbaseball
District 30 Knothole – http://www.eteamz.com/kentoncountyknotholedistrict30/
Northern Ky Baseball – http://www.nkbaseball.com/
Please contact the leagues directly. As we receive information about additional opportunities, we will post on this site.
The Villa Hills Garden Club was founded in 1996 for the purpose of improving landscaped areas in our city. We are a volunteer organization of hard working men and women who enjoy gardening and learning from each other. We are involved with many community oriented projects such as the Commemorative Garden, Yard of the Year Awards, Annual Plant Sales and Garden Tours to mention a few. Members enjoy day trips throughout the year and the club is a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of Cincinnati and the Civic Garden Center. We are a “hands on, come as you are” garden club. We are always open to new members. Our meetings are typically on the first Monday of each month at 7:00pm at the Police Dept. Building. If you would like to learn more about the Garden Club you can visit our website at www.villahillsgardenclub.org , send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Martha Lange at 331-5517.
Yard of the Year Award