Rockford Park District team members, Rockford Park District Foundation members, and representatives from Kiwanis Club of Rockford dug into what will eventually be a new place for youth to explore along the Rock River Recreation Path.
Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners will begin the process of selecting a new executive director in anticipation of current Executive Director Tim Dimke’s retirement expected this summer.
Registration is underway for group horse riding lessons this season at Rockford Park District's Lockwood Park and Trailside Equestrian Centre.
The Rockford Park District is committed to providing park space and recreation facilities that meet the recreational needs of this and succeeding generations as residents value the District’s role in preservation, conservation, reforestation, and beautification.
The Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners received an annual report on the value residents place on the District’s programs and services that contribute to healthy lifestyles.
At the Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners March 28, 2017 meeting, the Board approved the renaming of Loves Park Playground to Darryl F. Lindberg Park in recognition of the Loves Park, Illinois mayor’s substantial community contributions.
Rockford Park District's Therapeutic Recreation Summer 2017 Program Guide is available free of charge at Park District Customer Service, facilities, and downloadable online at www.rockfordparkdistrict.org/tr.
The Rockford Park District held the 2016 Illinois Park and Recreation Association (IPRA)/ Illinois Association of Park Districts (IAPD) Community Service Awards today at the Webbs Norman Center, 401 S. Main Street, Rockford.
At tonight’s Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners meeting, representatives from the Rock River Multi Sport Group and Rockford Area Mountain Biking Alliance (RAMBA) presented the Park District Foundation with a $1,000 donation for the Silent Sports Trail Initiative.
The National Inclusion Project has partnered again with the Rockford Park District to create an inclusive environment where children with and without disabilities can play, learn, and laugh TOGETHER.
The Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners received and affirmed an annual report on their strategic priority for providing well-maintained park space and recreational facilities to meet the recreational needs of this and succeeding generations of District residents.
The Board of Commissioners has voted to prohibit smoking entirely from Park District facilities or parks with the exception of public golf courses where adult smoking is permitted beyond 50 feet of enclosed/partially-enclosed spaces on golf course playing fields in the company of consenting adults and absent assembly by the general public.
Chief Financial Officer Penny Christians presented Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners President Ian Linnabary with the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) award for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR).
A group of Rockford Park District citizens and silent sports enthusiasts – hikers, runners, cyclists, and skiers – seeks to expand recreational opportunities at Atwood Park. The vision of the silent sports stakeholders has been realized in the following master plan prepared by Progressive Trails Design.
On August 11, 2015, the Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners updated their ordinance concerning advertising and solicitation in parks. This memo hereby provides notice that political advertising and solicitation is prohibited in Rockford Park District parks and facilities.