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Trees produce life giving oxygen, give us building materials and fuel, serve as windbreaks and can help cut down air conditioning costs this summer. Julius Sterling Morton knew the importance of trees and used his resources as a journalist and politician to educate.
House Coaches Meeting at Pioneer Park on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 6:30pm
Starting tomorrow, Feb. 15 through Feb. 28, the public is invited to vote for their favorite out of three names on their park district’s websites. The online voting includes the top three entries and asks voters to rank them as their first, second and third choice. There is a limit of one vote per household. .
The Arlington Heights Park District participates in a regional purchasing pool for salt.  Due to salt shortages affecting many municipalities, the Park District has begun limiting salt distribution to critical facilities and areas.
The Arlington Heights Park District invites residents to share their ideas and to provide input for improving two neighborhood park playgrounds. Two community input meetings per proposed playground renovation will focus on developing and/or improving the playgrounds at Raven and Carousel Parks.
Pending approval by the Park Board of Commissioners, dogs and their owners may have a new place to visit with the opening of a new dog park in June, although its name as of now, has yet to be determined. This is where staff at both the Arlington Heights Park District (AHPD) and the Mt. Prospect Park District (MPPD) hope residents will come in.
Plans are underway to build a dog park in partnership with the Mt. Prospect Park District at Melas Park.
The Arlington Heights Park District has been awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its 2012 Budget.
You’re invited to participate in a public meeting which is the next step in our efforts to increase bicyclist and pedestrian safety at Lake Arlington.
Camelot-sign2 Will close temporarily on 9/11/13
Pre-construction activities to start week of 9/11 Camelot Community Center (Camelot) is getting a new life in the form of a major overhaul beginning September 11 for upgrades that will ensure its longevity as a community recreation resource. This will be the second major facility improvement, in recent Arlington Heights Park District (AHPD) history, funded primarily by capital budget and grant monies; and will not increase property taxes.
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