In the interest of taking further precautionary measures after cancelling all programs earlier in the day, the Park Board of Commissioners decided to close several recreation facilities until further notice.
EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, MARCH 14TH THROUGH SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH. All programs at all park district facilities are cancelled.
The Arlington Heights Park District wanted to let you know about the steps that are being taken by the District to control the spread of the COVID-19 (commonly known as coronavirus.)
Over the next 2-3 years, Lake Arlington visitors can expect to see the native plants develop and begin to grow a strong and deep, drought resistant root system.
National Pollinator Week occurs in June every year!
Pollinators travel from plant to plant.
The Arlington Heights Park District has recently contracted with Greenwise Lawn Care to maintain one park site using natural or organic maintenance practices.
Arlington Heights Park District – a leader in park and recreation management locally and nationally– announced officially that it has changed the name of its former Olympic Indoor Swim Center to Arlington Ridge Center.
PARK DISTRICT INVITES SWIMMERS TO TAKE A LAST LAP
A lot has happened at the corner of Ridge and Euclid Avenues since the Park Board of Commissioners broke ground at the Olympic Indoor Swim Center in August 2018.
The Arlington Heights Park District’s Parks and Planning Department has been working on removing trees and limbs damaged during the ice and snow storm on November 26th.