#TOTALLYHEPD starts now! Park and Recreation Month’s 2015 theme is 80’s style. Share your best 80’s throwback photo on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram page to be eligible for prizes including a free months membership to Triphahn Center! If you don’t have any pictures from the 80’s, (or don’t want to revisit the days of hairspray and blue eye shadow,) Just dress the part and take a pic! Make sure to tag #TOTALLYHEPD and #JULYPRM30 to be eligible to win.
Upcoming EventsSee Full Calendar
- Jul 30 - Summer Sounds Concert: AC Rock
- Aug 2 - Adults Get Hooked On Golf in Free Workshop
- Aug 3 - Volunteer Appreciation Night
- Aug 4 - National Night Out
- Aug 5 - Live Music at Bridges of Poplar Creek
- Aug 6 - Summer Sounds Concert: Mason River
- Aug 7 - Friday Fun in the Park – Magician Dennis DeBondt
The Park District will continue its Free Mulch offer it started in 2011. Mulch is now available in several locations. The mulch was previously used as “fall material” beneath playground equipment to protect children upon impact of falling. It is replaced each year with a fresh supply as a safety measure. The used mulch is available for free to residents to use in their home gardens and landscaping, while it lasts. Read More »
The Hoffman Estates Park District now offers a FREE mobile app to provide you with information right in the palm of your hand. With the HE Parks app, you can:
-Find parks and facilities
-Get weather notices
-Book a tee time
The Knights Youth Baseball travel teams have had a great year placing in several and winning championships!
Congratulations to the Senior Games Pickleball winners! Our 2015 Senior Games are in the book. From the 59 teams registered this year, a huge thank you to all the volunteers that made for a fun 3 days of pickleball for us. Over 270 volunteer hours were devoted to the tournament just on the 3 tournament days. Thanks to everyone from our referees, table workers, runners, lines people, photographers and to those who just chipped in when asked. The weather made for some trying times, but with the help of the Prairie Stone Sports & Wellness Center staff and many others, it all worked out. See photos here.
Month-long celebration highlights essential value of parks and recreation for local communities
Hoffman Estates residents know their parks and recreation facilities provide places to get active, explore nature or connect with fellow community members. But what they may not know is that their parks and recreation also contribute to improved health outcomes, higher property values and environmental sustainability.
Parks and recreation have the power to strengthen communities, transform lives and protect the future. That’s why this year, Hoffman Estates joins cities across the country in celebrating the power of parks and recreation for the 30th anniversary of Park and Recreation Month—an annual event created by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and celebrated in July since 1985. Read More »
Patchwork and repairs are being made to ALL facility parking lots and some parks throughout the district. Parks include Cannon Crossings, Fabbrini, Victoria, Cottonwood, Vogelei and South Ridge.
This year, several of our parks are slated to get new playground equipment, plus we will be improving the surfaces of our walking paths around Fabbrini Park (Highpoint) . Read more here.
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In the News
- Congratulations Knights Travel Baseball on a Great Year!
- Congratulations Pickleball Champs!
- #TOTALLYHEPD Photo Contest
- Celebrate the Enduring Power of Community Parks and Recreation this July
- Congratulations Mites Hockey!
- Congratulations U10 Hawks Soccer Team Champs!
- Controlled Burns
- Free Mulch Now Available
- Park Projects this Season
- Important Health Alert: Measles