Group swim lessons will continue to be reintroduced throughout the Spring/Summer! Swim lesson evaluations are required to provide the proper level placement. The swimmer may need to be removed from the session if the capacity does not allow for proper group placement. Private swim lessons will open at 12:00pm on Wednesday, April 14. Group swim lessons will open at 12:00pm on Wednesday, April 21.
The team at AMITA Health Sports Medicine will be providing education on concussions. You will learn what a concussion is, what causes a concussion, and what a concussion looks like. Assessment and diagnosis techniques will be briefly discussed, as well as how concussions are treated and what a typical recovery timeline looks like. Education will also feature what you should do if a concussion is suspected, how to prevent them, and the risks involved with continuing play immediately after a concussion. Opportunities for Q & A to follow the presentation.
The Oak Brook Park District invites you to celebrate Earth Day with us during the month of April! Join us as we commit to sustainable practices each week. See below for the weekly commitments and activities.
Week 1 - April 4-10
Skip the meat on Mondays! Choose vegetarian options to decrease your carbon footprint.
Week 2 - April 11-17
Pick up FREE tree saplings at the Family Recreation Center! Patrons may take 6 tree saplings per person. Trees produce the oxygen we all need to survive!
The Corporate & Community Relations Manager is responsible for providing broad support to the Oak Brook Park District with emphasis on developing and managing corporate sponsorships, fundraising plans, and community relations.
If interested, please send resume and application to Executive Director, Laure Kosey at lkosey [at] obparks.org.
Join the River Sweep in Oak Brook on the morning of Saturday, May 15th. Make a difference in the quality of water and in the appearance of waterways in your community. Volunteers are needed Saturday, May 15th from 9:00-Noon to help remove trash and de-bris near the Salt Creek and the Ginger Creek within the Oak Brook Park District boundaries. We will follow CDC guidelines and practice social distancing. Everyone is welcome! This is a great activity for families, youth, and corporate groups!
CANCELLED: February 15, 2021 Regular Board Meeting
Due to weather conditions, the February 15, 2021 regularly scheduled meeting of the Oak Brook Park District Board of Park Commissioners has been cancelled. The meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, February 22, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.
On February 3, Governor Pritzker announced that DuPage County (Region 8) will move to Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan. The Park District will be able to offer the following:
The Pool Manager is responsible for the safe and efficient management of the pool facilities.
If interested, please send your application and resume to Allegra Wozniak at awozniak [at] obparks.org. Only eligible candidates will be contacted.
The Oak Brook Park District created and published their very own community cookbook benefiting the Oak Brook Park District Foundation's Universal Play initiative - an opportunity for all to play regardless of age or ability.
Gymnasium reservations are available for members or guests, beginning Tuesday, January 19th!
The Office of the Local Election Official for the Oak Brook Park District, 1450 Forest Gate Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523, has determined that it is not necessary to conduct the lottery for ballot placement as no simultaneous filings were submitted for the office of a Park Commissioner for the April 6, 2021 Consolidated Election.
Notice is hereby given that the Office of Laure L. Kosey, Local Election Official, will be open Monday through Friday (closed on weekends) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., beginning December 14, 2020 through December 21, 2020 for the purpose of accepting candidate petitions or certificates for the consolidated election to be held on April 6, 2021 for the office of Park Commissioner for the Oak Brook Park District.