New Summer Guide For June Programs Available Online
The Northbrook Park District June Online Guide is now available at
featuring a variety of in-person and virtual program options. Additional program information for July and August will be available in mid-June.
To view the June Online Guide and register for programs,
Take Time To Play!
Most Northbrook Park District outdoor facilities and amenities are now open, following the rules and restrictions required by Phase 3 guidelines. More information can be found at
Please note, Phase 3 guidelines do not allow for the opening of playgrounds, therefore
all playgrounds remain closed at this time.
All patrons are encouraged to enjoy the parks safely.
Proper PPE Use
Reminders: Distancing, Masks and Group Limits
In various parts of our community, we have seen many instances of people not distancing, not wearing masks, and gathering in groups larger than 10 people. We are in
Phase 3 of Restore Illinois
, which requires people to keep 6 feet apart and wear masks at work, when shopping and in other public areas. Phase 3 also limits gatherings to no more than 10 people.
Please observe and comply with signage at places of business and in public areas so that you can support efforts to meet community needs while staying within the guidelines.
Follow these guidelines so that we can continue to slow the spread of Coronavirus in our community.
Text-A-Tip: 24/7 Help for Youth and Teens
Summer will bring unique challenges for students who have just finished a very different school year. Students in our community
have safe, secure, and anonymous 24/7 access to trained, professional counselors provided by
LEAD (Leading Efforts Against Drugs)
. Students who have concerns about themselves or a friend can text a code to (844) 823-5323 and receive an immediate text response. The codes are specific to schools; however, any student from any school can use any code:
This week, our good news stories are all about our schools. As districts end the school year, they are finding ways to celebrate their students through virtual award and graduation ceremonies and safe in-person drive-through events. Please take time to celebrate the youth in our community, who have shown strength, resilience, creativity, and generosity in the face of adversity. Congratulations to their families, too!
Celebrate Glenbrook Graduates
Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South are planning drive-through graduations to honor the class of 2020 and are inviting the entire communities of Northbrook and Glenview to join in the celebration. Neighbors can help give a proper send-off by getting out on their lawns to cheer, ring bells, play music, and applaud as graduates parade past in their cars. Let's take this opportunity to show our seniors how much we love and support them as an entire community!
- Northbrook: June 13, 5 pm
- Glenview: June 14, 4 pm
Richard Nahrstadt, Village Manager, Northbrook
Matt Formica, Village Manager, Glenview
Jill Brickman, Northfield Township Supervisor
School District Superintendents
Dr. Charles Johns, Superintendent, Glenbrook High Schools District 225
Dr. David Kroeze, Superintendent, Northbrook School District 27
Dr. Larry Hewitt, Superintendent, Northbrook School District 28
Dr. Brian Wegley, Superintendent, Northbrook/Glenview School District 30
Dr. Erin Murphy, Superintendent, West Northfield School District 31
Dr. Dane Delli, Superintendent, Glenview School District 34
Michael McCarty, Executive Director, Glenview Park District
Molly Hamer, Executive Director, Northbrook Park District
Kate Hall, Executive Director, Northbrook Public Library
Vickie Novak, Director, Glenview Public Library
Betsy Baer, Executive Director, Glenview Chamber of Commerce
Tensley Garris, President, Northbrook Chamber of Commerce