Due to the physical distancing standards required under Governor Pritzker’s order and guidance, seating in the Board Room will be very limited for this meeting. You are encouraged to listen to the meeting by calling (425) 436-6346; and use access code 135606, PIN: 9367#.
Masks must be worn at all times during the meeting and throughout the Administrative Center.
If you wish to make a public comment at the meeting, please complete this form no later than 5:30pm on February 4. The Executive Director will read your comment under the public comment item of the Park Board meeting agenda.
Public comments will not be taken during the phone conference. The comments received up to 5:30pm will only be read.
If you have questions, please contact Karen Gruszka.
Randolph Park playground is closed until further notice due to damage sustained during the storm that went through Oak Park in the afternoon of August 10, 2020. The playground will reopen as soon as repairs can be made and clean-up is completed.
Thanks for your patience.
Look for your fall program guide online beginning Friday, August 14 featuring many virtual classes including early childhood programs, boxing, kickboxing, fitness, and our annual Frank Lloyd Wright Races. Registration for fall programs begins on Saturday, August 22 for residents and Saturday, August 29 for non-residents. Online registration is only being taken at this time at pdop.org/register.
If you have questions, please call Customer Service M-F, 8:30am to 5pm or Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 4pm at 708.725.2000. You can also email Customer Service anytime at email@example.com.
June 2, 2020
Dear Park District Patrons,
Building a strong community through inclusion and diversity is a pillar of the Park District of Oak Park.
The Park District stands in support of black and brown people who are suffering under racial inequity that divides our country and many communities. We are committed to taking positive actions that build more inclusive and supportive programs and places that help ensure the health and wellness of all our residents by providing all a place to belong.
The Park District supports the position of the National Recreation and Park Association’s response to systemic racism across the country.
Please read the NRPA statement here.
Stay healthy. Stay safe.
Executive Director, Park District of Oak Park
The Park District has planned an abbreviated day camp program for children ages 3 years to 9th grade with your child’s health and safety as our utmost concern. In addition to traditional day camp, the Park District is offering a limited amount of SCAW camp offerings as well as Chess Scholar and LEGO camps. There is even a Virtual Camp called “Camp in a Box!” Registration for all Oak Park residents opened on Monday, June 1. Spaces are still available in several camp locations. If there is availability later in the summer, camps will be opened to non-residents.