Budget and Financial Information

2017 Elmhurst Park District Budget

The 2017 Budget is available for review at the Park District’s Administration Building (375 W. First Street, Elmhurst, IL) and by clicking here.  At the November 14, 2016 Park Board meeting, District staff presented an overview of the 2017 Proposed Budget (click here to view presentation). At the October 24, 2016 Park Board meeting, staff presented the proposed long-range capital plan and 2017 capital budget and an overview of District debt (click here to view the 2017 Proposed Capital and Debt presentation). 

Elmhurst Park District Budget    

The Elmhurst Park District Board of Park Commissioners approved the 2017 Budget document and 2017 Budget and Appropriation Ordinance at its December 12, 2016 meeting.  At the November 28, 2016 Park Board meeting, staff presented an overview of the 2017 Proposed Budget and the Board held a public hearing.  At the November 28, 2016 Board meeting, the Board continued to discuss the proposed 2017 Budget.  Click to view the final 2017 Budget and 2017 Budget and Appropriation Ordinance.  

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

The Board accepted and approved the Elmhurst Park District Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year ending December 31, 2015 at its May 25, 2016 Board meeting. The report was presented to the Board by the District's independent auditing firm, Lauterbach & Amen. The District was awarded the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 2014 CAFR. It is the eighth consecutive year that the District has received this recognition from GFOA.

Illinois Open Meetings Act Compensation Disclosure Package

The District must disclose certain total employee compensation package as required by the Illinois Open Meetings Act (5 ILCS 120).  The Act requires that (a) within six business days after a budget has been approved, Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund employers must post the total compensation package for each employee exceeding $75,000 per year and (b) at least six days before approving a total compensation package in excess of $150,000 per year.  Total compensation package is considered to be salary, employer portion of health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), vehicle allowance, gasoline usage (prior year actual usage will be used as an estimate), housing allowance, loans, bonus, clothing allowance.  The number of vacation or sick days to be granted or accrued during the next twelve months will be stated as well.  Click on the link below to view the District's Open Meetings Act Compensation Disclosure Package.