The referendum’s success enables the Park District to advance in its mission to provide the very best in park and recreational opportunities and open lands for our community.
The Oak Brook STARS Swim Team earned an exciting 358-357 win over the Bensenville Wahoo Swim Team during the season’s first home swim meet at the Family Aquatic Center on Sat., Nov. 3, 2018.
Did you know Americans purchase nearly 600 million pounds of candy for Halloween? This year, you can put all that candy to good use. Oakbrook Orthodontics and the Oak Brook Park District have partnered for a candy buy back program that benefits your family’s teeth, the troops overseas, and Oak Brook’s Universal Playground Project.
Oak Brook resident, Lara Suleiman, was recognized by the Illinois Association of Park Districts (IAPD) with a 2018 Outstanding Citizen Volunteer of the Year Award, presented at IAPD’s annual awards gala in Wheeling on Friday, October 12.
The Outstanding Citizen Volunteer of the Year award recognizes a citizen’s volunteer efforts to enhance a park district, forest preserve, conservation, recreation or special recreation agency program service, parkland, open space or facility.
If you enjoy walking the paths of Central Park, you may notice that your experience is significantly more serene along the lower section of Ginger Creek. In September, the Oak Brook Park District completed a 2-year, $140,000 project to replace a failed gabion weir with a new rock Cross-Vane water control system.