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Seventy New Trees Planted in Elmhurst Parks in Spring 2016

If you see new trees in your parks, it is all part of the Spring Tree Planting project.  Every year the Park District plants new trees, some for general landscape needs and others to replace those trees removed due to disease or invasive species, such as emerald ash borer. Operating in teams of 3-5 employees, the Parks Division worked hard over the winter months to remove over 300 ash trees due to emerald ash borer this year, in anticipation of replacing many of those trees this spring.
 

Kids Play Free Every Weekend at Sugar Creek Golf Course

Looking for something fun you and your child can do together?  How about nine holes of golf for you and your child on a beautiful course for $17!  Every Saturday after 11 a.m. and Sunday after 5 p.m., children 17 and under golf free with a paying adult.  Sugar Creek Golf Course is a nine hole course, jointly owned by the Elmhurst Park District and the Village of Villa Park, and residents of both communities receive discounted green fees.   General Manager Dave Anderson quips, “Sugar Creek is tucked away and fun to play.”  Come find out why!

Impact Dance Company Wins State Championship

The Impact Dance Company of Elmhurst Park District brought home four first place championship trophies from the IPDGC State Finals held on April 24, 2016 in Geneva, Illinois. All four Impact competitive companies, Junior Jazz, Junior Hip Hop, Senior Jazz and Senior Hip Hop, won top honors in their divisions. The Illinois Park District Conference includes dance, cheer, pom and baton teams from all over Chicago and northern Illinois.

Park Board Approves Sealcoating the Salt Creek Greenway Trail within Elmhurst

Identified in the capital repair and replacement plan for 2016, the Park Board approved the bid to sealcoat the entire length of the Salt Creek Greenway Trail within Elmhurst.  In addition, the following paths will be seal coated; Berens Park paths at The Hub and the connector path from Fair Avenue to the Prairie Path.  The Plunkett Park basketball court will also be seal coated and striped as part of 2016’s seal coating and striping project approved bid totaling $11,493.