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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.

Woodland Restoration Management Going on Now
Work at Hawthorne Hill Woods, Boundary Hill Woods and Westminster Park includes removal of non-native woodland plants.
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Brad Keene: Someone You Should Know
Meet Brad Keene, the Athletic Supervisor at the ARC!
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WPD Planning and Maintenance Employees Receive Awards for Contributions to Professional Association
Three Woodridge Park District employees were recently recognized for their volunteer efforts by the Midwest Institute of Park Executives (MIPE).
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Prescribed Burns to Continue This Spring
The burns will take place this spring, when weather conditions are suitable.
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Playground Surface Replacement Project Complete
Removal and replacement of the engineered wood fiber safety surface was completed at numerous parks this summer and fall.
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$2.5MM Grant Reinstated to Fund Construction of Woodridge Park District's Athletic Recreation Center
Funds will be used to construct the ARC Multi-Activity Court (MAC) as originally planned.
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Asphalt Resealing Project Complete
Sealcoating applications were completed at eight park sites this summer.
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New Sipley Playground Open for Play
Construction of the new playground at Sipley School was completed on July 19 and the park is now open for play!
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Forest Glen Park Repair Work Complete
Forest Glen Park is open and ready for play! The main playground area at Forest Glen Park was closed April 25-May 5 while the surface was repaired by the playground manufacturer.
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Community Clean Up the Parks Day Volunteers Collected 2,200 Gallons of Trash and 240 Gallons of Recyclables
225 people attended the annual Woodridge Park District Clean Up the Parks Day on Saturday, April 9.
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