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At the conclusion of the Arbor Day celebration we announced of the winners of the Arlington Arbor Day Artist’s, Tree Drawing Contest. The Arlington Arbor Day Artist’s Tree Drawing Contest was open to all children pre-k to 6th grade students in Arlington Heights.
This award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and represents a significant achievement by your organization.
Trees produce life giving oxygen, give us building materials and fuel, serve as windbreaks and can help cut down air conditioning costs this summer.
Feb 10, 2015 03:56 PM
Since 2009, the Healthy Communities Research Group (GP RED, GreenPlay, Design Concepts, along with other key academic and community partners) has been working together to develop and test the Healthy Communities Surveillance and Management Toolkit Project.
At the January 13, 2015 meeting, the Park Board of Commissioners voted to proceed with the first major renovation of the ALGC course since opening its doors in 1979. This renovation will benefit both players and the Park District in a variety of ways.
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The Arlington Heights Park District has been awarded a 2014/15 OSLAD Grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Governor Quinn announced the award on January 3rd that the Park District will receive $400,000 to implement a variety of improvements at Lake Arlington Park.
Sep 22, 2014 03:28 PM
The Arlington Heights Park District today released details about upcoming grand re-opening event and the new Camelot Community Center, located at 1005 E. Suffield Drive. Festivities will feature fun and fiscal responsibility.
The Arlington Heights Park District has been awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its 2012 Budget.
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Aug 01, 2013 01:00 PM
The District knows that simply upgrading signage and pathway markings will not be enough to successfully promote a mutual respect amongst all path users. As such, the Park District is committed to making progress in the areas of education, encouragement, evaluation and future planning to strengthen the use, design, and safety at the Lake Arlington path.
The recent death of Arlington Heights resident Barbara Pagano, as she walked the path at Lake Arlington, has prompted the Arlington Heights Park District to revisit the history of the path as it considers feasible options to minimize congestion between skaters, strollers, walkers and cyclists.
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