Elmhurst Park District News
The fully restored Wilder Park Conservatory and beautiful new greenhouse, scheduled to open to the public on April 12, 2014, were partially funded thanks to a Park & Recreational Facility Const
To help address storm water management, open space preservation, economic development and education, the Park District created a potential plan that may appeal to the City of Elmhurst, School Distr
Based on stellar reviews from past newlywed clients, Wilder Mansion was voted one of the best Ceremony and Reception Venues within the WeddingWire Network, which includes leading wedding planning s
The Propagating House is going green, as plants have been moved back into the facility from their temporary homes throughout the District. Meanwhile, carpenters are installing the wood window
The 2014 Budget was presented and discussed at the Board's November 6 and 20, 2013 meetings. The Board approved the 2014 Budget at its December 11, 2013 meeting. The 2014 Budget is available for
As the project winds down the scope of the work on the Wilder Park Conservatory and Greenhouse Restoration Project has shifted from large-scale items to detail work. Electricians are programm
Construction crews are in the final stages of the Wilder Park Conservatory and Greenhouse Restoration Project. The most noticeable progress is that nearly all the glass panels are up in the C
A new sidewalk has been installed along the north end of the Conservatory that connects to the link. The link is a new structure that connects the Conservatory and Greenhouse.
On Tuesday, October 29th in East Peoria, IL, the Elmhurst Park District was honored with the Governor’s Sustainability Award by the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC) for its
The proposed 2014 Budget is available for review at the Park District’s Administration Building and the Elmhurst Public Library.
At its meeting held on August 14, the Board of Park Commissioners heard a presentation from the City of Elmhurst and Christopher Burke Engineering entitled "City of Elmhurst Comprehensive Flood Plan Presentation to Elmhurst Park District".
The Wilder Park Conservatory and Greenhouse Restoration Project keeps moving forward. The foundation for the link between the Greenhouse and Conservatory has been completed connecting the two facilities.
The Elmhurst Park District is home to 18 playgrounds located throughout the various parks in the city. In order to keep them up-to-date with the latest safety standards and to address residents’ needs, the Park District replaces one playground per year. Currently the Washington Park playground is under construction with a new playground being built in its place.
The Wilder Park Conservatory and Greenhouse Restoration Project continues; the frames for the foundations have been removed and construction crews have begun to backfill the spaces surrounding the foundations.
The Wilder Park Conservatory and Greenhouse Restoration Project is starting to take shape-literally. The framings for the foundations of the Greenhouse and Propagating House were completed and the new foundations were poured.
The Wilder Park Conservatory & Greenhouse Restoration Project continues to progress. The panes of glass lining the Conservatory structure have been completely removed, leaving behind the bare frame. The boiler room has also been cleared out, paving the way for new, efficient HVAC systems.
The Landscape Architect & Specifier News is featuring Elmhurst’s very own Berens Park West Playground in its March 2013 issue.