February 5, 2021 • Restore Illinois Phase 4 Mitigations Restore Illinois Phase 4 Mitigations have been approved for our region and are now in effect under the following adjusted modifications and guidelines: Face coverings must be worn during all indoor activities, including physical/fitness activities. Groups of 50 or less are allowed. Approved organized […]
ABC 7 Chicago visited Palatine Park District’s Margreth Riemer Reservoir Park earlier this evening in a report on this year’s first snow day.
Palatine Park District invites families to create “mini-floats” and partake in a We Love A Parade this February. Design, decorate, and build your float that will be showcased in a community-wide virtual parade.
Coyotes are a natural part of the environment in Illinois’ rural, suburban, and urban areas. While spotting a coyote cross a field, backyard, golf course, or road does not necessarily constitute a problem or a dangerous situation for humans or domestic animals; due to recent incidents in the community, the Village of Palatine has brought […]
On the weekend of November 14-15, between the beautiful FMC Natatorium and Prospect High School, the Palatine Tiger Sharks had a weekend full of racing ahead of themselves. The team was fortunate enough to compete at all during a disjointed 2020 season. Two races stood out over the weekend, both by up-and-coming star Vera Conic. […]Swim Team
Palatine Park District is putting together a New Year’s Eve Celebration for you and your family so you can celebrate safely, in the comfort of your own home. Our Cheers To A New Year Family Celebration event will provide you and your family with a celebratory kit.
On October 13, 2020, the Palatine Park District Board of Commissioners accepted a letter of resignation from Commissioner Nick Sawyer. Long time Palatine resident, Greg Sammons, was selected to fill the vacant seat.
In 2019, Palatine Park District was the recipient of a $200,000 Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) bike trail grant that allowed the District to replace two bridges, as well as asphalt on an extended portion of the Palatine Trail. This project began in August of 2020 and was completed on November 3, 2020.
Palatine Park District’s Family Friendly Theatre program will present its first virtual production on Monday, October 12 for the community to enjoy from the comfort and safety of their home. The performance that will be available to stream to virtual ticket holders was recorded in mid-September from multiple angles.