Elmhurst Park District News
With all the storms the area has seen recently, it’s a good time to remind the community about the Park District’s lightning prediction system, Thor Guard.
Today Governor Pritzker announced that a statewide indoor mask mandate will go into effect beginning Monday, August 30.
Maintenance work is not always exciting, but it is important, especially when it comes to old buildings.
Nikkolas Delgado of Elmhurst Boy Scout Troop 417 along with volunteers and Park District staff recently completed landscape renovations for the 9/11 Memorial at
Due to severe weather, the Park Board meeting planned for Monday, August 9 has been cancelled.
The brochure will continue to be available virtually, but beginning in winter, we are bringing back a print version.
At the July 26 Park Board meeting, the Board approved the purchase of playground equipment for Centennial Park.
In accordance with updated CDC guidelines, it is recommended that all participants wear a mask in Park District facilities effective July 30, 2021.
Staff made the decision to cancel the Bags, Brew and BBQ event that was planned for Saturday, July 24.
The digital only Fall 2021 Brochure is now online!
The lifeguard staff at East End and Smalley Pools received five stars on their first of three unannounced audits from Starguard Elite during the week of June 21, 2021.
The Elmhurst Park District Board of Commissioners has reached unanimous consensus to pursue eminent domain against a developer who is attempting to force the Park District to relocate a section of
Introducing Ultimate Futsal: Already play soccer, or interested in a faster paced game?
We are working to enhance a park in your community and we need your help. Stop by Glos Memorial Park from 6-7:30 p.m.
It’s not every day that a guinea pig gets to venture to a local playground. But on a sunny day in May, Nutella the guinea pig made her way to Butterfield Park.
It’s been 455 days since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a worldwide pandemic.
The State remains on track to move to Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois Plan on Friday, June 11, and the Elmhurst Park District is excited to begin transitioning back to pre-pandemic operations.
Update - This survey is now closed.
From the onset of the pandemic, the Park District has regularly adjusted operations based on the latest guidance provided by governing agencies.
It may feel more like summer as usual at the pools if the State enters Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois plan!
Update: Due to weather, we will be meeting inside at Centennial Recreation Center.
We are working to enhance a park in your community and we need your help. Stop by our Open House at to give your opinion about the proposed Master Plan for the park.
At the Monday, May 10 Park Board meeting, incumbents Kevin Graf and Carolyn Ubriaco were sworn in along with new Commissioner, Meghan Scarsella.
Late last week, the Governor announced that our State will move to the Bridge Phase on Friday, May 14 and if things continue trending in a positive way, we will progress through to Phase 5 as early