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Lombard Trick or Treating Hours

For those making plans to participate in Halloween activities this year, the Village of Lombard’s recommended trick-or-treating hours will be from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. on October 31. 
Understanding that not everyone may feel comfortable or be available for trick-or-treating, the Village has designed green and red signs for residents to print at home and place in their windows or visible areas for trick-or-treaters to identify whether their home is participating. Please note, the Village will not provide printed copies of the signs. Additionally, participating homes may turn ON their front porch/outdoor lights, and homes not participating may keep their porch/outdoor lights OFF.

Trick-or-treaters are asked to please take note of the green and red signs posted throughout the Village. Please be respectful of others and their decisions to participate or not participate in trick-or-treating this year. Families participating in trick-or-treating activities are encouraged to maintain a safe distance from other trick-or-treating groups and to wait to approach a house until the previous group has left.

For additional information and safety tips, visit www.villageoflombard.org/halloween

Lombard Park District Breaks Ground on New Recreation Center

On Thursday, April 13, the Lombard Board of Park Commissioners and Staff broke ground on the construction site for the new recreation center. This moment was significant in reflecting years of strategic planning and foresight by providing a much needed facility and accomplishing a project listed on a needs assessment survey from the community. The Park District will continue construction following with the bid winning companies and estimate an opening in June 2018.

Four Seasons OSLAD Project

Lombard Park District was proudly awarded an Open Space Grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources to assist in the park development of Four Seasons, located at Finley Road and 16th Street. Lombard Park District’s project was one of 89 projects funded by the Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development (OSLAD) grant program in 2019.

Future planned park features were based on community input and will include rain garden plantings, fishing stations, bench seating area, five (5) 10U soccer fields, full-size soccer field overlay, drainage improvements, picnic shelters, baggo courts, pickleball courts, a challenge course, woodland trails and more.

Construction will begin mid-May with an anticipated completion date of Fall 2021. Soccer fields will be regraded with additional irrigation and should be playable in Fall 2022.

The community will be formally invited to celebrate in a groundbreaking of the new project this summer. The date of the groundbreaking will be announced in the coming months. All project updates will be posted on this page­­.

For questions or concerns, please contact the Executive Director, Paul Friedrichs at (630) 953-6016.

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