Work continues at Conrad Fischer Park playground! Playground equipment is in and the concrete perimeter curb was poured last week. Surfacing has begun this week. The surface will consist of permeable rubber safety surfacing and rubber safety tiles.
Work at the park is expected to be completed by August 2018. Visit the Conrad Fischer Park playground project page for ongoing updates.
You've shared your feedback and told us what you'd want in a dog park, now it's time to see design concepts! Stop by the open house on Thursday, July 26 from 5-8 p.m. at The Abbey to view the concepts and vote for your favorite! Visit our Vision 2020 webpage for more information on our comprehensive and strategic plan or contact Director of Facilities Angela Ferrentino at email@example.com or (630) 993-8915 for more information.
Creating a memorable park experience at the Park District includes creating sustainable practices and ensuring the native plant and wildlife in the parks is conserved for generations to come. Conservation efforts are a key component to park maintenance and horticultural work at the District.
Stay cool by the pool and get your pool punch cards today!
- $49 Resident Family/Individual
- $40 Resident Seniors, 65 yrs.+
- $80 Non-Residents
Get your pool punch cards at Wagner Community Center, East End Pool, or at Smalley Pool. Valid for 10 swims. Offer valid for the rest of the 2018 pool season.
The Elmhurst Park District held a dog park planning open house on Thursday, July 12 at The Abbey to solicit feedback from residents on a future dog park. Following the meeting, an online survey was posted and more than 130 people provided additional feedback. Now you have a chance to vote on a design concept for the park! Join us Thursday, July 26 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at The Abbey to view the concepts and vote for your favorite.
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