Cold Day Child Care for Elementary Kids

When school is closed due to extreme cold, we offer Child Care for kids in kindergarten through 6th grade at the Triphahn Center, 1685 W. Higgins Rd. Read More »

Plowed Walking Paths


Did you know that our Parks Department plows some of our walking paths? You can find the paths at our three most popular parks plowed and ready for walking:

Fabbrini (formerly Highpoint) Park – approx. 1 mile
South Ridge Park – approx. 1.2 miles
Black Bear Park – approx. 8 tenths of a mile Read More »

Register now for Baseball & Softball


What is it about baseball and softball that draws kids back year after year? Why do we romanticize about the “Field of Dreams” and rally around our favorite teams? The Cubs…the Sox…which side are you on? Maybe it’s the strategy, the skill or the suspense. Or, it could be the fact that everyone can play. Baseball doesn’t require a certain height, speed or weight. All you need is a willingness to do your best.

Registration is now underway for Spring Youth Baseball and Youth Softball.  Read More »

Important Health Alert: Measles

The health and safety of our participants and staff is of utmost importance to the Hoffman Estates Park District (HEPD). An outbreak of the measles has been reported in the neighboring community of Palatine. Because measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease, we ask that these individuals who have symptoms of measles or may  have been exposed refrain from using Park District services. We urge everyone to educate themselves on the disease, its symptoms, and the benefits of being vaccinated.

Click to read some information provided by Alexian Brothers Health System.

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Mobile App Puts HEPD In Your Hands


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
-View schedules
-Get weather notices
-Book a tee time
-Browse events
-Contact us

Click here to download app on your Apple iPhone.

Click here to download app on your Android.

Tell Us What You Think: Take Our Short Survey

Your feedback is important to us. Tell us what you think about our facilities, parks, events and programs. Take the Survey.

Big 10 Women’s Basketball Tournament

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The Big 10 Women’s Basketball tournament is this weekend at the Sears Centre. When you buy tickets online with promo code BigTen3, you’ll get $5 off and $5 will be donated to the HE Parks Foundation! March 4-8 at Sears Centre. Tickets: 

Sled Hills Are Open!


Sled hills at Seascape and Pine Park are open while weather permits starting Thursday, Feb. 26. Don’t let the brisk air keep you and your family from enjoying the outdoors. It is recommended that children get 60 minutes of activity each day. Being outdoors provides added benefits of exposure to fresh air, sunshine and it stimulates the imagination.  Read More »

Highpoint Park to be Renamed Fabbrini Park

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At the January 27 Park Board meeting, the board approved a proposal to rename Highpoint Park in honor of Joseph L. Fabbrini.  Mr. Fabbrini was a founder of the Hoffman Estates Park District. He served as one of its first commissioners and was its first volunteer Executive Director. The park will be renamed at the Plant Your Park event on Saturday, May 9. To learn more about Mr. Fabbrini, please read further:  Read More »

Now Hiring!


We need talented people to work at the golf course and serve banquets, drive the Zamboni, serve as lifeguards and swim instructors, work with children in summer camp and help in marketing. These positions vary from part-time to full-time; seasonal to permanent – in all divisions. Help us make opportunities for fun and recreation in Hoffman Estates. Join Us!



What’s your story? We want to hear it! Tell us about your favorite HEPD activity, what you love about the HEPD. Tell us how HEPD has had an impact on your family. Click to read the stories that folks have shared with us so far then tell us your story!

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