Elmhurst Park District News
Update: The survey is now closed. If you still have questions or comments regarding registration, contact us and let us know!
It’s no secret that two of the last three registrations have been frustrating and difficult for residents. Therefore, staff will be making changes to the first day of registration beginning with winter registration in December.
The Elmhurst Park District is commi
The Park District has partnered with Kids Around the World in the past to remove and re-purpose old playground equipment.
The Elmhurst Park District is seeking public comment on its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan.
How can staff improve the level of service they provide throughout the District, including staff in the parks, at facilities, instructing programs, working at a front desk, or any one of our season
The Park District is proud to partner with a number of affiliate groups in the community who serve Elmhurst in ways which reflect the District’s mission and values.
We are working to enhance the parks in your community and we need your help. Please join us at The Abbey (407 St.
The community enjoyed a beautiful evening at Conrad Fischer Park, as they celebrated the ribbon cutting and reopening of the newly redeveloped playground with the Park Board. Board President V
Searching for experiences for your child which enrich their mind and body? Check out Kids Plus programming at Courts Plus, which offers many year-round opportunities for active enrichment!
Elmhurst Park District’s Impact Dance Company and Tree Town Tappers performed at the Illinois State Fair for IAPD (Illinois Association of Park Districts) Park District Conservation Day on Saturday
On Monday, August 13, Elmhurst Park District and Elmhurst College representatives came together to celebrate the completion of the recently renovated turf fields at Berens Park.
At their August 13 meeting, the Elmhurst Park District Board of Park Commissioners approved a Master Plan for a potential dog park, to be located at 0S761 Old York Road.
The redevelopment of the sports courts at Conrad Fischer park is completed! Last resurfaced in 2005, the courts were also repainted and restriped to provide several sport opportunities.
The Elmhurst Park District Board and staff share the frustration felt by residents on Saturday and we sincerely apologize that once again it took an unacceptable amount of time for some to register
The Wagner Community Center roofing project begins Monday, August 6 and is scheduled to be completed August 24. During the project, Wagner will remain open for regular hours.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The playground equipment at the Conrad Fischer playground has been assembled and set and concrete footings were poured. The installation of safety surfacing will begin soon.
The Berens Park Synthetic Turf Project is completed and the fields will reopen the week of July 9, allowing summer camps and team programs to again make use of the fields.
At the Park District #OutIsIn all summer long and we want you to get in on the fun!
A recent internal review by Park District staff of environmental practices at the District shows a high level of commitment to positive environmental impact.
The Board accepted and approved the Elmhurst Park District Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year ending December 31, 2017 at its June 11, 2018 board meeting.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the staff at Wilder Mansion wanted to team up with a photographer to tell the story of the Wilder Mansion.