Oakbrook Terrace Park District has begun redevelopment of Heritage Park, where major construction is underway. The project - designed to meet the growing needs of the community - will feature a full-sized basketball court, new tennis and sand volley ball courts, a creative play area for children, a multi-use trail, and more. Targeted completion date of the new park is slated for November, 2017.
The Villa Park Library has cancelled Tale's for Two's and Three's that was scheduled for May 11, Jun 8, Jul 13 and Aug 10 at 9:00am at the Heritage Center. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Have you thought about taking an active role in community government? Are you a resident of Oakbrook Terrace Park District? The Oakbrook Terrace Park District has two open Commissioner positions for the 2017 election cycle taking place April 4th, 2017. Park District Commissioners receive no compensation for their role, and are elected to a six year term. Candidates need to be U.S. Citizens, at least 18 years Old, registered voters and live within the boundaries of Oakbrook Terrace Park District for at least one year prior to running.
The Oakbrook Terrace Park District notified its staff on May 10, 2016 of the impending close of its Lake View Nature Center located at 17W063 Hodges Rd in Oakbrook Terrace, on Friday June 3rd, 2016. In addition, it will be cancelling its community events for the remainder of the year due to restrictions in their 2016/2017 Budget.
Enjoy an afternoon being active with the whole family! Explore the nature of Terrace View Park through crafts, recreational activities & a kids scavenger run/walk.
We'll have an inflatable obstacle course, crafts, fishing and more!
Rain Date is Sunday May 15th!
This FREE event is for ALL AGES!
Grab your kite and your friends and head out to Heritage Park for a day of spring time fun. We will make and fly kites, play with bubbles, and celebrate Earth Day! This is a FREE event open to all ages!
Congratulations to Oakbrook Terrace Park District's Recreation Supervisor, Colleen Spreitzer, on receiving the Illinois Park and Recreation Association's Recreation Section Rising Star Award! Colleen is a dedicated and hard working staff member and we are proud of her achievement. Congratulations, Colleen!
This special winter exhibit will run at the Lake View Nature Center from Feb 2-Mar 20 and will feature the animal winter survival strategies of hibernation, migration and adaptation. Hibernate in a cave, crawl in a burrow, migrate like a butterfly or bird, and more!