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Parks

  1. A. George Pradel Park
  2. Apache Park
  3. Arbor Way
  4. Arrowhead Park
  5. Ashbury Greenway
  6. Ashbury Park
  7. Ashwood Park
  8. Atwater Park
  9. Bailey Hobson Woods
  10. Baileywood Park
  11. Bainbridge Greens
  12. Brighton Ridge Park
  13. Brook Crossings
  14. Brook Prairie
  15. Brush Hill Park
  16. Burlington Square
  17. Burr Oak
  18. Buttonwood Park
  19. Campus Greens
  20. Cantore Park
  21. Carol Acres
  22. Centennial Park
  23. Central Park
  24. Century Farms Park
  25. Clow Creek Greenway
  26. Colfax Way
  27. College Park
  28. Columbia Commons
  29. Columbia Estates Park
  30. Commissioners Park
  31. Country Commons
  32. Country Lakes Park
  33. Creekside Park
  34. Cress Creek Park
  35. Crestview Knoll
  36. Dorothea Weigand Riverfront Park
  37. DuPage River Park
  38. DuPage River Sports Complex
  39. Eagle Park
  40. East Greens
  41. Fairway Commons Park
  42. Farmington Commons
  43. Farmington Park
  44. Firemen's Memorial Park
  45. Forest View Park
  46. Fox Hill Greens
  47. Frontier Sports Complex
  48. Gartner Park
  49. Harris Fawell Park
  50. Heatherstone Park
  51. Heritage Woods
  52. High Meadow
  53. Hobson Grove
  54. Hobson West Park
  55. Hobson West Ponds
  56. Hobson Woods
  57. Hunters Woods
  58. Huntington Commons
  59. Huntington Estates Park
  60. Huntington Estates Parkway
  61. Huntington Ridge Park
  62. Kendall Park
  63. Kings Park
  64. Kingshill Park
  65. Kingsley Prairie
  66. Knoch Knolls Commons
  67. Knoch Knolls Park
  68. Knoch Park
  69. Kroehler Park
  70. Lincoln Greenway
  71. Lincoln Woods
  72. May Watts Park
  73. Meadow Glens
  74. Miledje Square
  75. Mill Street Park
  76. Monarch Park
  77. Nike Greenway
  78. Nike Sports Complex
  79. Oakridge Parkway
  80. Old Farm Greenway
  81. Old Farm Park
  82. Old Sawmill Park
  83. Old Sawmill Parkway
  84. Olesen Estates
  85. Olesen Farm Park
  86. Pembroke Commons
  87. Pembroke Park
  88. Pioneer Greenway
  89. Pioneer Park
  90. Prairie Park
  91. Queensbury Greens
  92. Ranchview Park
  93. Redfield Commons
  94. River Run Park
  95. River Run Preserve North
  96. River Run Preserve South
  97. Rivercrest Estates Park
  98. Riverview Farmstead
  99. Riverwalk Park
  100. Riverwoods Park
  101. Rock Ridge Park
  102. Ron Ory Community Garden Plots/Bill Young Athletic Fields
  103. Rose Hill Farms Park
  104. Sally Benton Park
  105. Seager Park
  106. South Pointe Park
  107. Southwest Community Park
  108. Sportsman's Park
  109. Spring-Field Park
  110. Springbrook Crossings
  111. Springbrook Parkway
  112. Springhill Greenway
  113. Springhill Park
  114. Stanford Meadows
  115. Summerfield Lake
  116. Tall Grass Greenway
  117. Tall Grass Lakes
  118. Tall Grass Park
  119. Three Meadows
  120. Timber Creek Park
  121. University Heights Park
  122. Veterans Park
  123. Walnut Ridge Park
  124. Walnut Ridge Woods
  125. West Branch Parkway
  126. West Greens
  127. Westglen Commons
  128. Westglen Park
  129. White Eagle Park
  130. Wil-O-Way
  131. Wil-O-Way Commons
  132. Wildflower Park
  133. William Friederich Memorial Park
  134. Willow Bend West
  135. Willowgate Square
  136. Winding Creek Park
  137. Yorkshire Manor

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Looking for an opportunity to have a positive impact on people’s lives while building a fun and dynamic career? Consider the Naperville Park District! It takes all kinds of skills, knowledge and talent to serve the recreation needs of the Naperville community. If you’re passionate about the outdoors, staying active, having fun and encouraging others to do the same, then check out our part-time and full-time career opportunities.

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Funds raised through the Naperville Parks Foundation support the Naperville Park District’s Fee Assistance Program. The Naperville Parks Foundation supports the recreation needs and desires of the residents of Naperville – encouraging health and wellness, fitness, family time, and fun. The Foundation supports the mission of making recreation of all kinds accessible to everyone across the community, regardless of socioeconomic circumstances.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011 Naperville Park District officials heard the good news for which they have been waiting for many months: the District has achieved national accreditation through the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA).

The decision was announced at the NRPA national conference in Atlanta following a formal hearing before the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA).

Naperville is only the second park district in Illinois to earn this distinction and the 104th nationally accredited agency in the nation; there are more than 10,000 recreation agencies in the United States. The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies accredits a handful of park agencies each year that have completed a multi-step process involving a self-review by the agency, a site visit, and an evaluation and formal report by the Commission.

“We are extremely proud to bring this honor to Naperville,” said Park District Executive Director Ray McGury. “It’s an affirmation of our high standards and also an encouragement to continue bringing high quality recreation and parks experiences to our community.”

The Park District’s accreditation process began approximately one year ago and included an extensive self-evaluation by staff and a 5-day visit from CAPRA reviewers this past July. Maintaining the accreditation requires annual reports and 5- and 10-year reviews.

Park District staff members noted that the CAPRA process has helped them see the big picture, focus on long term goals and plans, review plans more regularly, organize documents so that they are accessible and useable, and collaborate more effectively with other departments and outside organizations.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011 Naperville Park District officials heard the good news for which they have been waiting for many months: the District has achieved national accreditation through the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA).

The decision was announced at the NRPA national conference in Atlanta following a formal hearing before the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA).

Naperville is only the second park district in Illinois to earn this distinction and the 104th nationally accredited agency in the nation; there are more than 10,000 recreation agencies in the United States. The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies accredits a handful of park agencies each year that have completed a multi-step process involving a self-review by the agency, a site visit, and an evaluation and formal report by the Commission.

“We are extremely proud to bring this honor to Naperville,” said Park District Executive Director Ray McGury. “It’s an affirmation of our high standards and also an encouragement to continue bringing high quality recreation and parks experiences to our community.”

The Park District’s accreditation process began approximately one year ago and included an extensive self-evaluation by staff and a 5-day visit from CAPRA reviewers this past July. Maintaining the accreditation requires annual reports and 5- and 10-year reviews.

Park District staff members noted that the CAPRA process has helped them see the big picture, focus on long term goals and plans, review plans more regularly, organize documents so that they are accessible and useable, and collaborate more effectively with other departments and outside organizations.

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Our Mission
We provide recreation and park experiences that promote healthy lives, healthy minds and a healthy community.
 
Our Vision
To be a national leader in parks and recreation providing and promoting high quality experiences and facilities at a great value to our community.
 
Core Values
Health and Wellness, Environmental Education, Stewardship and Sustainability, Community Enrichment, Public Safety, Accessibility, Personal Growth and Enrichment
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