Have you seen the magnitude of the 1913 Flood? 100 years later, it remains Ohio’s most destructive national disaster.
Triangle Park is currently owned by the Defiance City Schools, but maintained through the joint efforts of our volunteers and the City of Defiance.
About Historic Homes of Defiance
Preserving Defiance History Since 1999
Since 1999, Historic Homes of Defiance has worked to inventory the historic homes found in Defiance County and the commercial structures of Defiance City’s Original Plat. We have worked to place the entire downtown of Defiance on the National Register of Historic Places. Our “Save Our School” Committee worked diligently to bring attention to the historic Defiance High School when it was faced with demolition in2018. Volunteers placed the school on the National Register of Historic Places. We maintain an office currently in the old Legion Building on Clinton Street where we store our research and hold board meetings.
– Town Clock and Triangle Park Beautification
Everyone is welcome at the Board Meetings All are welcome at Board Meetings We usually have this board meeting at Triangle Park if the weather cooperates. Please bring a lawn chair and a beverage. All are welcome at the board meetings.
Everyone is welcome at the Board Meetings
All are welcome at Board Meetings
We usually have this board meeting at Triangle Park if the weather cooperates. Please bring a lawn chair and a beverage. All are welcome at the board meetings.
At-Large Board Members
Trish Sanford-Speiser – Past President
Jan Carrol – Media Liaison
Triangle Park/Clock Tower
Gene Smith & Ralph Hahn
Historic District/Flood Poles
Cam Williams & Trish Speiser
Walking Tour Project