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Press Releases from Woodridge Park District

Discover what's new at the Woodridge Park District. Stop by on a regular basis to get the most recent information regarding park district news, events, and programs. You will also find our most recent publications, a photo gallery, and project updates.

Limited Parking at the ARC This Weekend Due to Soccer Tournament
The ARC is hosting the Woodridge Fall Festival Soccer Tournament on September 20-22 and a large turnout may affect parking.

Splash Pad Closed for the Season
The Hobson Corner Park Splash Pad is closed for the season and will re-open in May 2020.

Park District Facility Hours on Labor Day
The ARC and Cypress Cove will operate on modified hours and the Community Center will be closed on Labor Day.

New Park Features Built-In Baggo Boards and Pingpong Tables 
Most of the renovated 83rd Street Park features are available for public use including a park shelter, picnic tables, benches, permanent baggo boards and ping pong tables, and a drinking fountain.

Mike Adams: Someone You Should Know
Meet Mike, the Executive Director of the Woodridge Park District!

Woodridge Mini Tri to Start at 8:30 AM
The Woodridge Rotary Mini Tri main race will start at 8:30 AM. If lightening occurs during the race, athletes are encouraged to take shelter. The kids race remains cancelled.

Brandon Evans: Someone You Should Know
Meet Brandon Evans, Golf Manager and Head Golf Professional at Village Greens of Woodridge.

Nicor Gas to Resume Work on Infrastructure Project at 63rd Street Park Parking Lot
Nicor Gas provided an update on the construction status of the natural gas transmission pipeline project located on Nicor Gas’ property.

Ide’s Legacy Park to Undergo Landscape Renovation Project
The renovation includes reducing the landscape bed sizes, as well as converting many large native landscape beds to turf.

Renovation Work at Community Center to Begin on July 15
Several lower level rooms at the Fred C. Hohnke Community Center will undergo interior renovations.