The Elmhurst Summer Community Band Concert scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 22 has been moved to the York High School Auditorium due to the weather forecast for this evening.
The Park Board Meeting originally scheduled for July 23, 2014 will not be held. The Board’s next meeting will be held August 13, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the District’s Administrative Office at 375 W. First St., Elmhurst, IL 60126.
On Monday, July 21, the parking lots at Butterfield Park North and Crestview Park will be closed for seal coating and striping. They are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, July 22.
The DuPage County Department of Transportation's construction project to realign the Illinois Prairie Path for convenient and safe access to users will begin on July 21. The path will be realigned and paved at the railroad crossing to provide a safer crossing. Improvements include detectable warnings, new path accesses at both Pioneer Park and the intersection of Prospect & Seminole Avenues, and a new alignment at Seminole Avenue.
Tired of watching your kids stare mindlessly at their computer screens? Have a bad case of cabin fever? Then take action and head to your local park for some outdoor, lag-free fun! Elmhurst's parks are well-maintained and fun for people of all ages. Here are just a few ways to enjoy your time at the park:
1.) Have a Picnic: What's better than sitting back, relaxing, eating great food and spending time with family and friends? Not a whole lot. All you need is a blanket, basket, food, friends, and sunshine and you're ready to go!
Visitors and neighbors of west Eldridge Park may notice some extra activity in the next month - the Park District is replacing the 1970 drain line that discharges the lagoon overflow into Salt Creek. The drain is partially collapsed, causing difficulty in draining the lagoon, with the potential for flooding issues.