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New Online Registration

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Resident Registration Begins August 28th

Non-Resident Registration Begins September 5th

Online Registration Begins September 11th

or call 630 923-6777 ext 10
 
   

Harvest Fest This Saturday September 30th, 1-5-pm

 

IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

 
The Village of Burr Ridge was notified by the DuPage County Health Department that one of their traps located at 15 W. 400 Harvester Drive, Burr Ridge, tested positive for West Nile Virus. We are urging all citizens to take precautions to prevent exposure to WNV. The DuPage County Health Department operates a countywide WNV surveillance program, and recent positive reports from mosquitoes trapped in the county are in line with similar reports of WNV activity elsewhere in northeastern Illinois.

It is recommended that individuals spray themselves with insect repellant containing Deet when outdoors; wear long sleeves and pants when possible; stay indoors at dusk and at dawn when mosquitoes are most active; and drain containers such as tires or flower pots which may collect and hold water where mosquitoes can breed.
More information and tips to control mosquitoes can be found on the DuPage County Health Department Website and the Village of Burr Ridge Website:
www.burr-ridge.gov
www.dupagehealth.org
 

The Burr Ridge Park District strives to promote quality living through quality leisure. To this end, the District emphasizes well maintained and equipped parks, playgrounds and open space, clean and efficient indoor facilities, comprehensive and diverse program opportunities, and a commitment to the wholesome well being of the community.

The District encompasses approximately 5.15 square miles, and serves a resident population of 7,400. Corporate boundaries include about 65% of the Village of Burr Ridge and portions of unincorporated DuPage County. It is governed by an elected Board of five park commissioners serving staggered six year terms.

The present park system includes twelve park sites totaling just over 79 acres. Throughout the system, a wide variety of recreational facilities and amenities are provided. The District’s community park, Harvester Park, is a 37 acre site featuring 17 acres of wetlands/prairie buffer and the 10,000 square foot Burr Ridge Community Center. The Woods Pool park site features a 90,000 gallon outdoor pool. Seven different playgrounds, featuring modern equipment and diverse creative play opportunities, are located throughout the park system.

The Park District offers a year round, comprehensive recreational program featuring hundreds of programs for all ages. Programs are located throughout the community, at park sites, Woods Pool, the Burr Ridge Community Center, and local schools. Additionally, the District offers Community Center rental accommodations for the community.

Thank you for visiting us. You are invited to explore this website and we trust you will be able to locate information specific to you. We look forward to servicing your recreational needs.