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Fischer School Student Council and Girl Scout Members Present Check to PEP

Fischer School Student Council and Girl Scout members presented a check for $383 to the People for Elmhurst Parks Foundation during the Wednesday, April 28 Park Board Meeting. The group held a bake sale in April to raise funds in support of the Playground for Everyone at Butterfield Park, a universally accessible playground being built by the Elmhurst Park District in fall 2016. Click here to learn more about the Playground for Everyone project.

Park Board Approves Resurfacing of Eldridge Park Tennis and Roller Hockey Courts

In a perfect world, surfaces would last forever and we would never need to replace courts, driveways, and paths but that is far from the truth here in the Midwest.  Every year the Park District reviews conditions of all courts in the District, and this year identified that severe cracking and surface issues due to heavy usage and aging, make the courts at Eldridge Park the priority for 2016.  The scope of the project involves grinding the existing asphalt pavement and repaving two tennis courts and one roller hockey court.

Board Reviews Plan to Expedite Stormwater Project in Golden Meadows Park

The Elmhurst Park District Board of Park Commissioners reviewed the proposed Golden Meadows Park stormwater IGA prepared by the City of Elmhurst on April 13, 2016 after discussions and review of the agreement took place last week with the Park District attorney and with the Park Board’s stormwater subcommittee.  In an effort to expedite the process and enable the City to help residents in the Pine Street neighborhood as quickly as possible, the subcommittee recommended a new sequence of events aimed at streamlining the agreement.  The proposed new sequencing was also shared with C

Sugar Creek Junior Golf Program off to a Great Start!

Sugar Creek Junior Golfers
The golf industry may be suffering across the country, unable to attract young golfers to the game, but Sugar Creek Golf Course is a definite exception. The summer of 2016 will be a busy one for junior golfers at Sugar Creek.  Registration for junior golf programs, including golf camp, lessons, and programs, opened on February 20, 2016 and to date 400 young golfers have registered.