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To provide the very best in park and recreational opportunities, facilities and open lands for our community.
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Oak Brook Park District Rental Facilities

Several rooms are available for rent at the Oak Brook Park District. These are available for private gatherings such as business meetings, social gatherings, and birthday parties. To schedule an event please call 630 645-9554 or email, jschick@obparks.org.
Other spaces for rent:

  • Meeting Rooms
  • Central Park Performing Arts Pavilion
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Athletic Fields

Central Park West

 
Monday - Thursday
Resident/Non-Profit- $75.00/ hour
Non-resident- $100.00/ hour
Non-resident/ Non-profit- $90.00/ hour
Corporate- $90.00/ hour
CPW
Friday - Sunday
Resident/Non-Profit- $85.00/ hour
Non-resident- $110.00/ hour
Non-resident/ Non-profit- $100.00/ hour
Corporate- $100.00/ hour
Holiday
Resident/Non-Profit- $120.00/ hour
Non-resident- $160.00/ hour
Non-resident/ Non-profit- $145.00/ hour
Corporate- $145.00/ hour
 

(see the Central Park West page for more information)

 

Central Park Performing Arts Pavilion

Fees Per Hour (Mandatory rental of adjacent field for over 30 people.)
Resident $50 Pavilion
Non-Resident $50
Resident Community Organization $25
Non-Resident Community Organization $25

 

Athletic Field

Fees (Min. 2 hours) Per Hour Light Fee (per hour)
Resident $50 $50 Synthetic-Field
Non-Resident $75 $50
Resident Community Organization $25 $50
Non-Resident Community Organization $50 $50

Evergreen Bank Group Athletic Field


Meeting Rooms/Studios

Fees Per Hour (Max 50 people)
Resident $40  
Non-Resident $80
Resident Community Organization $0
Non-Resident Community Organization $40
Audio/Visual Fee $15

 

 

Autumn Oaks

Canterberry Rooms

Studios


Gymnasiums

Fees Per Hour (Full Court ONLY)
Resident $75  
Non-Resident $100
Resident Community Organization $50
Non-Resident Community Organization $75
Scoreboard Control Fee $10


 

The Oak Brook Park District Facility Rental Fee Structure is based on the following rental group classifications for private events of the rental group which are not open to the general public:

•Resident: Individuals whose primary residence is a dwelling unit located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Oak Brook Park District. The term “resident” shall also mean full-time employees of a company or corporation with offices and/or stores located within the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries and full-time employees of the Village of Oak Brook or of Community School District 53.

•Resident Community Organizations: Non-profit groups, civic organizations and governmental units whose place of business or operations is within the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries.

•Non-Resident: Individuals whose primary residence is not a dwelling unit within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Oak Brook Park District.

•Non-Resident Community Organizations: Non-profit groups, organizations and governmental units whose place of business or operations is outside of the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries.

•Business/For Profit Organizations: A legally recognized company, enterprise or firm designed to provide goods and/or services to consumers and whose primary purpose is to realize a monetary gain or return for the owners or shareholders thereof.

•Non-Profit Groups or Organizations: A 501 3C, educational or service organization whose purpose is to raise and use funds to serve a public good and not to realize a monetary gain or return for the owners and shareholders thereof.