about the glenview park district

The Glenview Park District is one of the largest, most unique and inviting park districts in Illinois. Our property covers over 861 acres which includes 12 major facilities, 27 parks, 13 fieldhouses and numerous miles of walking trails. At the Glenview Park District, we manage and preserve our community’s most precious lands that possess both natural and cultural significance. Enjoy time outdoors by hiking, biking, picnicking, and golfing, or learn about our rich history through any of our educational programs.

our team

Driven to leave each patron feeling welcomed, safe and comfortable at all of our facilities and parks, our team continually works to best serve the interests of the residents of Glenview and all that visit our park district. The Park District experts and leaders embody each of our values and core beliefs and showcase their commitment to making the Park District a better place every day.

staff directory

To contact any of the Glenview Park District staff members below, simply call or click on their email address.

our staff

park board

The Glenview Park District is governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners. These dedicated individuals come from a variety of backgrounds, serve without compensation and are directly responsible to the electorate.

our board

community organizations

The Glenview Park District retains relationships with several community organizations. From recreation to sports, to family services and arts and history, the Glenview Park District works with countless community groups to better serve our residents and visitors.

additional info

To learn more about the Glenview Park District’s future plans, its policies, accommodations and stewardship, see below.

We support the Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA) which provides and facilitates year-round recreation programs and services for children, teens and adults with disabilities.

Rules and regulations that aim to keep our patrons safe and our parks and facilities safe and secure at all times.

A list that details our sound financial position and dedication to maximizing the taxpayer value.

Where the Glenview Park District is heading in the years to come!

who is a park district resident?

Property owners or tenants and immediate family members whose primary residence is located within the boundaries of the District.

Commercial or residential individual property owners who contribute financial support to the park district through taxes whether they reside inside or outside the boundaries. A real estate tax bill is verification.

Anyone with a signed purchase contract for a home or signed lease that states they will reside within the boundaries when the program they are registering for begins may participate in the resident lottery for that program.

If you have never registered for a park district program before, you must submit a paper registration form along with a copy of one of the following documents as proof of residency in order to receive resident rates: a house purchase contract or apartment lease, a current utility or real estate tax bill, or a homeowners or rental insurance policy.