Welcome to Warrenville Park District
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The Warrenville Park District is a local government agency located in DuPage County and covers approximately 14 square miles. The district provides park and recreation programs and services for most of the city of Warrenville, with an estimated population of 13,140, and small portions of the cities of Aurora and West Chicago. The District maintains three buildings: the Recreation Center, our signature facility that houses our FitnessNOW fitness center located at 3S260 Warren Ave.; the Warrenville Community Building, 3S240 Warren Ave.; and the maintenance building, 3S310 Curtis Ave. There are 14 full-time employees and approximately 60 part-time employees. The Warrenville community enjoys nine parks, some owned by the park district, and others owned by the city and Community Unit School District 200. The district is governed by a five-member Warrenville Park District Board of Commissioners who are elected at large and serve four-year terms.
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The Warrenville Park District dates back to 1964 when it was incorporated as the Round Grove Park District, which remained relatively dormant until 1979 when it was revitalized by residents. In the early 1980s, board elections were held and the first taxes were levied.
By the late 1980s, the first employee was hired and in 1990, the name was changed to Warrenville Park District and a referendum was passed which expanded the boundaries of the district and incorporated most of the city of Warrenville. Summerlakes Park was the first property owned by the district. It was received as a donation, and then developed through the assistance of a state grant.
The Warrenville Park District began very small and has strived to continue to grow and prosper with a vision to be the best-in-class provider of parks and recreation opportunities in for the Warrenville community.