PARK DISTRICT HISTORY
• Formed in 1964
• Serves 38,000 residents
• 21 parks
• 6 Facilities:
• Community Center
• Ahlstrand Fieldhouse
• Seafari Springs Aquatic Center
• Parks Maintenance Garage
• Longmeadow Activity Center
• Hollywood Activity Center
• Total Number of Programs: 1,422
• Total Number of Registrations: 5,235
The Hanover Park Park District’s parks and trails are great places for people of all ages to relax and recreate. As you know, these areas stay beautiful only with a continuous effort on everyone’s part.
When using a park, please put trash in its place. If you come upon discarded trash, please help by putting it in a trash container.
Throughout the year, the Parks Department can only employ up to a handful of individuals who maintain the park sites. Volunteer help from our residents and visitors, alike are always welcomed.
Parks are open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week, unless otherwise posted. It takes everyone working together to beautify the parks and improve the quality of our environment. Thank you for loving your park.
The Hanover Park Park District is its own governing agency. Apart from being located in the Village, the Park District operates and is funded separately from the Village. Resident's taxes are separated in the following manner:
2016 Tax Year DuPage County
(Hanover Park $207,000 Fair Cash Value)
Education $3,211 62.3%
Municipality/Township $1,239 24.0%
Library District $277 5.4%
Park District $263 5.1%
County $166 3.2%
Total Taxes: $5,156 100.0%