Lombardo Park
On May 7, 2001, the 34-acre Lombardo Park opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Board of Trustees and the first official baseball game was played by the Shelby Baseball and Softball Club. The park is located at 11695 Twenty Two Mile Road, on the north side, just east of M-53.
Lombardo Park sign

Lombardo Park features 4 ball diamonds, nature trails, a playscape, and a small pavilion with restrooms. The Park was dedicated in memory of the late Cosmo Lombardo, and his
family donated the property to Shelby Township to develop for the community to enjoy. The Shelby Township Fraternal
Order of Police donated funds for scoreboards at the ball diamonds, and the Shelby Baseball and Softball Club
provided funds for the field irrigation system and and other equipment for the ball diamonds.

For more information about Lombardo Park, please phone the Parks, Recreation and Maintenance Department at 586.731.0300.

Lombardo Park Playscape
Lombardo Ball Fields
Softball Girls

Arial View of Lombardo


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