On Saturday, April 5, 2014, Governor Pat Quinn awarded more than $16.5 million in OSLAD Grants. The Park Ridge Park District received $750,000 for the Youth Campus project. The Youth Campus property was acquired in 2013 by the passing of a referendum, allowing the Park District to purchase the 11.35 acres of land.
Journey through space and time at Skate Trek! Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 Oakton Ice Show. This year's show features the 2012 U.S. Pairs Silver Medalist Rockne Brubaker!
The Spring-Camp 2014 Brochure is here! Registration is ongoing, so don't miss out on your favorite class or the opportunity to try something new! Click here to view the 2014 Spring-Camp Brochure
The Park Ridge Park District turns 100 years old in 2014 and to help celebrate, we want to plant at least 100 new trees in our parks.
As part of our efforts to support conservation, we are joined by the Park Ridge Friends for the Parks Foundation who will be partnering with us in this endeavor. The Park Ridge Friends of the Parks is a 501 c3 organization that supports the mission of the Park Ridge Park District and is the fundraising arm of the Park District. Your contribution to the “100 Trees for 100 Years” program is tax deductible according to the IRS laws applicable to the foundation.
Honor a friend, family member or organization as well as memorialize a loved one. Or, plant your own legacy for the next 100 years as residents did a century ago for all of us.
In appreciation of your donation, you will be recognized with a leaf on our donor tree.
On Monday, March 17, 2014, the Central parking lot located at the Community Center will close for reconstruction for approximately six weeks, pending weather conditions. Click here for the parking lot rendering.
Parking is available in the new North lot and also the South lot, and on most main and side streets. Please follow the City of Park Ridge parking regulations if you choose to park on City streets.
The North driveway will be open near the Community Center, and the South driveway remains open to enter the Senior Center.
During construction, entering the North lot will be tight, so please use caution when driving in this lot.
Use of the parking lots at Washington and Lincoln schools is allowed only in the evenings and on weekends when school is NOT in session.
The weather is getting warmer but the Sled Hill at Centennial Park will remain closed due to construction at this park. Keep up to date on all the improvements at Centennial by visiting this web site.
Note: The Park Ridge Police will enforce the NO TRESPASSING order which is posted at the Sled Hill.
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