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.
Enjoy our first construction site flyover from June 17, 2021. The soccer field grading process has begun at the park.
New Fitness Playground Design Revealed for Four Seasons
Lombard Park District has revealed plans for the fitness playground at Four Seasons.
The playground offers a positive exercise experience for beginners, intermediate and advanced fitness users to gain results and have fun. Users will be able to work their entire body and enjoy a dose of healthy competition amongst friends. This fitness playground is designed for ages 5-12 and 13+ and can be used as part of an overall training plan or as a standalone way to spend time outdoors and gain the benefits of increased physical fitness!
Explore the following second construction site flyover of the Four Seasons OSLAD Project in Lombard. Soccer field improvements continue with the installation of irrigation systems and storm water drainage at the park.