Addison Park District  •  120 E. Oak St.  •  Addison, IL 60101  •  630-833-0100  •

Parks Information


Parks & Planning Department

414 W. Fullerton, Addison, IL 60101
Phone: 630-233-7275, option 5
Fax: 630-543-4899
Member Phone email
Ray Chaussey, Manager of Parks & Planning " Click to send email.
Jackie Michaels, Administrative Assistant " Click to send email.
John Baczek, Parks Maintenance II " ---
Bryan Dvorak, Parks Maintenance II " ---
Kyle Vant, Parks Maintenance II " ---
Ron Bratland, Parks Maintenance II " ---
Fabel Garcia, Parks Maintenance I " ---
Ian Companioni, Parks Maintenance I " ---
Adam Strenz, Parks Maintenance I " ---
Michael Sawyer, Horticulturalist " ---

Park Meetings &
Eagle Eye Park Watch

Join us for a neighborhood park meeting at your local park this summer. During these community meetings we will review potential park improvements and work with the Addison Police Department in the Eagle Eye Park Watch Program to promote safety and awareness.

The 2016 meetings start at 6:00 p.m. in the following locations:

- Tuesday, June 14 @ Kenroy Park
- Tuesday, July 12 @ Oak Knoll Park
- Tuesday, August 16 @ Westwood Park
- Tues., Sept. 13 @ Sunset Park

Here's an overview of the resources you'll find in this section:

  • ADP Interactive Parks Map
    Click on a park site to view a photo, park acreage, features & amenities, and physical street address.
  • Park Locations & Amenities Download Printable PDF.
    There is also a printable document for download of our Park Locations & Amenities.
  • The Salt Creek Greekway Trail Download Printable PDF
    This 32-mile-long pedestrian/bicycle trail extends from Busse Woods in Schaumburg to Brookfield Zoo, in Brookfield. Click the link above for a map of the trail.
  • Park Rules
    When enjoying Addison Park District parks, please remember to obey the rules.

Adopt-A-Spot Program

Looking for a volunteer opportunity for your group or organization? Help beautify one of the Addison Park District’s parks by "Adopting a Spot" in the Park. Develop and maintain flowerbeds by watering and weeding. Groups, organizations, individuals will be recognized with a sign identifying their spot in the Park.

For more information about Adopting a Spot, please contact Geri Estvanik at 630-233-7275 or by email at

Commemorative Tree Program

Click here for more information...

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