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Now Hiring Part-Time Positions!

The Lombard Park District has part-time positions in all departments:

  • Parks
  • Athletics
  • Madison Meadow Athletic Center
  • Club Rec, Before & After School

Join our staff for a fun and rewarding part time gig! We are looking for hard working, driven, enthusiastic employees to join our team.

View all positions here! For additional questions or information, please contact HR Manager Maria Foerstel at

Community Play Day

On Saturday, September 10, a variety of trucks, businesses and residents gathered for Community Play Day and Touch-A-Truck. The morning activities held strong even though some rain came through. We had a great time learning about ways we can play in the community as well as climbing in and on trucks!

Thank you to the Village of Lombard, Lombard Police Department, Lombard Fire Department, York Township Highway Department, Zipprich Contractors, and West & Sons for bringing out your trucks!
Thank you to the following vendors for coming out to Community Play Day: Lombard Veterinary Hospital, Helen Plum Library, Chick-Fil-A Lombard, Illinois Organ & Tissue Donor, Vitamin Shoppe, West Suburban Wellness, Fit4Mom, Dick Pond Athletics, Brain & Body, Jewel Osco, Lombard Service League, Mary Kay, Happy Family Organics, Avon/Tastefully Simple, Melaleuca, and Waddell & Reed.

Lombard Garden Club presents donation for Monarch Waystations

The Lombard Park District would like to take an opportunity to thank the Lombard Garden Club for their donation of $450. Presented by Garden Club Member, Rose Roth, at the June 28, 2016 Board Meeting, the donation helps fund signage and certification for the Monarch Waystations found in 13 of our parks.

According to, during the fall season, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico and California until springlike conditions arrive. The Monarch Waystations are habitats that contain milkweed, which provides resources necessary for spring and summer breeding. The nectar provides energy for their migration. Unfortunately, the milkweed habitats remaining in fields, pastures, prairies, and grasslands is not sufficient to sustain the large monarch population. Providing waystations helps increase the milkweed population, which in turn provides conservation and continuation for the Monarch Butterfly.