Have your holiday lights lost their twinkle? Instead of sending them to the landfill, drop your dead lights off at Courts Plus (186 S. West Avenue), Wagner Community Center (615 N. West Avenue), City Hall (209 N. York Street), or the Park District Administrative Office (375 W.
The proposed 2015 Budget is available for review at the Park District's Administration Building (375 W. First Street, Elmhurst), the Elmhurst Public Library (125 S.
Gather your Scout troop, service organization, or neighbors and be part of the holiday Tree Lighting in Wilder Park. For a fee of $48R/$60NR, your group can sponsor and decorate a holiday tree and share in the spirit of the season with the lighting of all community trees on Thursday, December 4 at 6 p.m. Head over to Wagner Community Center, 615 N. West Avenue, to pick out your tree location by November 30.
In a diversified workplace such as the Elmhurst Park District, which hosts positions as varied as landscape architect and lifeguard, job shadowing is extremely beneficial. The ability to step into another's shoes and see part of a process previously unknown is invaluable, and perhaps even provides an opportunity for the "shadower" to make suggestions for improvement.
October 22, 2014 Park Board Meeting
The Park Board unanimously approved three motions related to stormwater detention in York Commons and Golden Meadows Park.
As always, complete meeting minutes will be available on our website once they are approved at the November 8, 2014 Park Board Meeting.
The Public Meeting held at The Abbey on October 1, 2014 drew nearly 120 Elmhurst residents. The panel included stormwater committee representatives, Vince Spaeth, Vice President, Board of Park Commissioners, Bob Howard, Park Board Commissioner, James Rogers, Executive Director of the Elmhurst Park District and Greg Wolterstorff, Park District consultant with V3 Engineering.