Learn More and VOTE on the Referendum November 8th!

With the Community's Input, We Determined that
a Referendum Will Address These 3 Projects:

#1 Improve Springield Park Ballfields
#2 Renovate the Johnston Recreation Center
#3 Update the Oasis Water Park
Why are we doing this? Why are we asking for a referendum? Bloomingdale Park District has the second lowest tax rate in the area, which gives us a small budget to make repairs and improvements to the amenities you love. You told us these three projects mean the most to you. Funds from this referendum would cover the cost of repairs and upgrades, protecting the amenities that are your highest priorities.

Sunnyside Park

Address:
291 Glen Ellyn Road
Bloomingdale, IL

Amenities:
Acres: 3
Playgrounds: 1
Tot Lots: 1
Tennis Courts: 2
Basketball Courts: 1
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Restrooms: 1
Drinking Fountain: 1

History:
Sunnyside Park was acquired in 1971, the same time as Indian Lakes Park. The park underwent a renovation in the summer of 2013 that included the implementation of fully-accessible playground structures for all abilities ages 2-12, and resurfacing of the basketball and tennis courts. Sunnyside is the southernmost park in the District.