Coleman Memorial Park
Board of Trustees
David Schnoke, Chairman
Lori Witters, Vice-Chairman
Irwin Siegel, Secretary
and Asst. Treasurer
Bob Sentz, Treasurer and Asst. Secretary
Master Site Plan
The Coleman Memorial Park Master Site Plan was adopted in May, 2011. The planning efforts were based upon the collaboration and cooperation
of the park board, the City of Lebanon, Lebanon County, Christ Presbyterian Church, the Friends of Coleman Memorial Park and the community
This Master Plan lays out a vision for a reinvigorated Coleman Memorial Park; a vision that could be implemented over the
next twenty or more years. The Master Site Plan is a roadmap as to how the community would like to see the park developed and preserved
for the future generations to come.
The Master Site Plan
document is available for download in Adobe Acrobat portable document format
(pdf) which can be viewed online. Viewing the plan online requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
We are pleased to announce that Coleman Memorial Park was chosen as one of three projects taking place in Lebanon County. These projects are state funded and their purpose is to revitalize communities, create new recreational opportunities and conserve natural resources. This project consist of; renovation of the Route 72 park entrance, the creation of a pedestrian walkway and improvements to the Veterans’ Memorial Amphitheater.
Mission Statement: We, the Coleman Memorial Park Board of Trustees, are committed to the maintenance and preservation of our community's
historic woodland park. We will promote the enrichment of people's lives by providing a place of natural beauty, a place of peaceful
inspiration, and a place for varied family oriented recreational activities in an otherwise urban environment.
Vision Statement: To
be an ever-evolving board of trustees that is dedicated to ensuring the continuing presence of Coleman Memorial Park. The board of
trustees will become an entity that will continually seek ways to maintain the historic buildings and areas, the athletic grounds
and buildings, the recreational aspects and entire park. The board of trustees will become an entity that will continually seek ways
to better the park for future uses, public safety, and for the park to become financially secure.
From left to right, Scott Moyer, Dave Schnok and Gene Long, Park Board Trustees.
Park Entrance Construction and Completed Project, 2013.
Also included was a grant from PennVEST to be used for storm water improvements. Some of these projects have been completed and a few are still in progress. New playground equipment is now ready for use. A new baseball batting cage was recently installed by the Lebanon Baseball Association with product donations from Pennsy Supply and Coleman Memorial Park.
Coleman Memorial Park
Coleman Memorial Park is a 99 acre multi- use community park located in the City of Lebanon. Established in 1936 as a gift to the City of Lebanon, it was once home to the estates of the Coleman and Brock families.
Meet the Staff:
After several years of absence, Craig Henninger is welcomed back to the park as the park superintendent. Craig is known for his dedication to the park and has received friendly greetings from many long time park patrons