District Forms & Permits
Visit our Online Registration site to create a household, view our frequently asked questions, and/or register online. All forms below are PDFs. To download them, you will need Adobe Reader installed.
Program Registration Form
Fall resident registration begins Monday, July 23 at 8:30am online and in person at Community Center, Birchwood Recereation Center, and Falcon Park Recreation Center.
Fall non-resident registration begins Tuesday, August 7 at 8:30am online and in person at Community Center, Birchwood Recereation Center, and Falcon Park Recreation Center.
Volunteer Application & Waiver
Volunteers must complete and submit a Volunteer Application and successfully pass a criminal background check. Volunteer applications are available at any Palatine Park District facility and on the Volunteer Opportunities page.
Rentals, Parties & Permits
Planning a wedding, family reunion, birthday party, retirement celebration, meeting, or group gathering? The Palatine Park District has the perfect venue for your next event. Whether you’re looking for an intimate setting at our golf course clubhouse, an outdoor shelter with considerable open space, or a performance space with an auditorium capacity for 400+ guests, our parks and facilities have just what you are looking for!
Special Use Permit
Special Use Permit Application must accompany a park or facility rental agreement form and be submitted with the rental agreement to the park or facility scheduling staff for review. The special use permit application will be forwarded to the office of the Executive Director for review and pending approval. The application must be filed with the Executive Director not less than fifteen (15) business days prior to the scheduled use. The review and pending approval will be determined within seven (7) days after formal filing or after approval by the Park Board of Commissioners where applicable. Special use permit applications will not be accepted in advance of rental reservations.
Affiliate Registration Forms
Palatine Baseball Association (PBA)
A baseball/softball program for ages 13-29 (7th grade and up). House League provides a competitive, fun atmosphere for players with uniforms and certified umpires. Most games are played at Community Park including night games. Included in the season are all-star games, post season tournaments with trophies, a 14-year- old tournament team, and a 13-year-old tournament team.
Palatine Youth Baseball/Softball
PYB/S is structured to gradually introduce competition to young boys and girls as they grow and mature as players. From ages 5-8 we do not keep score or maintain standings. Emphasis is placed on fundamentals and letting children learn how much fun playing baseball and softball can be. Beginning at age 9 scoring, standings and playoffs are introduced. The focus throughout PYB/S is teaching fundamentals, giving all children opportunities to play key positions and letting the players enjoy the game.
Fall Festival Craft & Business Fair
Fall Festival is an outdoor, family-friendly event held at Palatine Stables in October. Applicants are encouraged to keep this in mind as many attendees are parents with young children. Craft Vendors are highly encouraged to protect themselves against the sun and other elements by staking and properly weighing booth tents (not provided).
Business Vendors • Contact Community Outreach Coordinator JP McNamara at 847.496.6246.
Craft Vendors • Contact Cultural Arts Coordinator Ashley Schiavone at 847.496.6237.
Turkey Trot • 2 & 5 Mile Run
Celebrate your fitness by running in the 37th annual Palatine Park District/Lavelle Law Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot at Harper College. Runners may choose either a 2 mile race, 5 mile race, or 100 yard dash (for children 10 and under only). Harper College provides an excellent heated venue with indoor bathrooms and comfortable gathering areas are available for family and friends post-race.