The Sugar Grove Park District is hosting two public meetings to discuss the redevelopment of Black Walnut Park. Meetings will be held at Black Walnut Park, 904 Black Walnut Drive, Sugar Grove on August 17th @ 2pm and August 18 @ 6:30pm. The concept plan will be available for review for this OSLAD grant program. For […]
Unity in our Community
Let’s encourage each other Sugar Grove! We’ve teamed up with the Village and Township to show our community spirit. Get out the sidewalk chalk and create an encouraging message for the community this holiday weekend. Send a photo of your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may even see it shared on Facebook!
Welcome to Phase 4! Playgrounds are now open at most park district parks including: Black Walnut Park Chelsea Park Dugan Park Keck Park Mallard Park McDole Park Sugar Grove Sports Complex Strubler Park Windsor Pointe Park What’s Staying Closed? School-Park Properties – All outdoor recreation spaces, courts, fields, playgrounds, trails, tracks, etc. at properties shared […]
Sugar Grove Park District is excited to announce the re-opening of many of its outdoor spaces on June 15. What’s Opening on June 15? Woof Run Dog Park (registration required) Open spaces, baseball fields, athletic courts, trails, picnic areas, shelters at Belle Vue Park Black Walnut Park Carson Slough Park Chelsea Park Dugan Park Keck […]
All District facilities, playgrounds, parks, trails, athletic fields, courts, and restrooms are closed to the public until further notice. If you choose to use open spaces, please practice physical distancing and NOT gather in groups. If you have any symptoms, STAY HOME and DO NOT use public spaces.
Basketball is here. Register today!
The start of the school year means registering for many new activities. While some are avoiding Winter quickly approaching, our famous basketball leagues are now accepting registrations and promise to be fun and competitive. Youth and adults have the opportunity to raise your level of play no matter your skill. Below are opportunities worth exploring. […]