The Marketing and Communications Division coordinates the output of Park District news and information using a variety of media formats including print, web, and local cable access television. This Division is the primary source of all official forms of public information. The Superintendent of Marketing and Communications creates, compiles and coordinates development of informational literature such as brochures, pamphlets, flyers, newsletters, advertising and news releases, as well as information for electronic dissemination such as via video and the Park District website. Marketing and Communications responsibilities include generating publicity materials and news coverage of special events sponsored by the Park District.
Responsible for overall marketing functions of the Park District including development and management of an integrated marketing plan, seasonal program guide, sponsorship/partnership strategies, all District-wide communications and all public relations activities, both internal and external, including media relations. The office maintains a highly visible presence in the community, remains active in multiple community organizations, and establishes good working relationships with patrons, the community, and the general public. The office also oversees content management for the Park District’s Internet, intranet, Arlington Aces, Museum, Park Foundation and Farmers Market websites.
The Marketing and Communications division is comprised of the superintendent, a full-time graphic specialist and web coordinator.
The Marketing and Communications Office is located in the Park District Administration Center.
410 N Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Regular business hours:
Monday thru Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Superintendent of Marketing and Communications
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The Program Guide is published four times a year and lists our program offerings, special events, and information on park services. In addition to viewing the guide online, we also offer easy online registration for all of our course offerings.