How parks are designed to match community interests
How are the parks designed around you? Read this article by Bill Rosenberg, Director of Parks and Facilities, and learn how the community is engaged in the various aspects of planning and design. Bill’s article was published in the September/October Illinois Parks & Recreation magazine.
Year in Review
Carol Stream Park District is pleased to share it’s 2015/16 Year in Review, which focuses on the many partnerships that are established and nurtured within our community. When local government joins efforts on projects to realize cost savings, that’s a win-win for everyone. Read about these partnerships and about Park District accomplishments and projects in this Year in Review.
Tobacco Free Policy adopted by Board of Commissioners
The Carol Stream Park District’s philosophy is to promote health and a clean air environment. A Tobacco Free Policy was adopted by the Park District Board of Commissioners at the September 26, 2016 meeting.
The use of any and all tobacco products is prohibited in all park district buildings, facilities and parks.
All smoking containers outside park district facilities will be removed as smoking is no longer allowed 15 feet from the building. Smokers must be off of park district property completely.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation! Read more for policy.
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Fund Your Park campaign has ended
Thank you to the generous donors that used the Fund Your Park campaign to make a contribution to the Memorial Park shelter. We raised an additional $1700 for the shelter. This community Memorial Park renovation project is brought to you by the Carol Stream VFW Post 10396, American Legion, Carol Stream Park District Commissioners, Village of Carol Stream Trustees, Carol Stream Chamber of Commerce, Carol Stream Parks Foundation and volunteers. You can still make a tax deductible donation to the project through the Carol Stream Parks Foundation, 849 W. Lies Road, Carol Stream.
Cycle 1,200 miles in 13 weeks!
Join Fountain View Fitness Center to take advantage of the 1,200-Mile Cycling Challenge and win some prizes. You start riding October 1 and end December 31. Riding a bike offers many health benefits including increased cardiovascular fitness, strength, balance, endurance, stamina and calorie burn. We’ll keep track of the miles for you and help you set your goals! There’s no enrollment fee if you join before the end of September. All-inclusive members enjoy a wide range of equipment, group fitness classes (there’s over 80 a week!), indoor track and indoor lap swim, open gym, Kids Zone, reduced rates for personal training and nutritional counseling, and exclusive fitness events, such as this cycling challenge. Join us today!