Golfview Hills Park District

Formed in 1969, The Golfview Hills Park District (GHPD) has jurisdiction over these parcels of land: Armstrong Woods, The Prairie, Bonertz Park and the majority of Wiseman Park.   Our mission is twofold: To maintain open space for the enjoyment of our residents and to provide and organize recreational activities for all age groups.  An elected board of five Commissioners conducts the business of the Park District. The Commissioners serve four-year terms and must reside within the district.  Park District Board meetings are held monthly on the second Thursday of most months at Indian Prairie Public Library at 6:30 pm. See webpage for exact dates.

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Golfview Hills Park District Board
President: Anthony Maggiore
Vice President: Ron Stavinga
Treasurer: Peter Andrews
Secretary:  Roger Clemens
Commissioner:  Stan Jaworski

Meeting Notes

Minutes:   Click Here
Upcoming Agenda:    Click Here

GHPD Budget, Appropriation Ordinance and Levy Ordinance Information

These are available for public review and comment. The FY 2023 Budget was Accepted/Approved at the October Meeting and formally adopted at the November Meeting.

FY 2022:  Click Here
FY 2023:  Click Here


Each home may be reimbursed for up to $50 in the calendar year for expenses incurred when participating in a neighboring Park District activity or library system. Your request for reimbursement must be submitted no later than the end of January of the following year. The original receipt must be turned in with the reimbursement form found here:
Golfview-Hills-Park-District-Reimbursement Form

Please use the Golfview Hills Park District Post Office Box for all submittals:
Golfview Hills Park District
P.O. Box 203
Clarendon Hills, Illinois 60514


GHPD Commissioner Openings

Three (3) Park Commissioner positions are going to open up in 2023.  

If you are interested in becoming a Park Commissioner, you need to submit the required documentation to the DuPage County clerk office between Monday December 12, 2022, and end of day on Monday December 19, 2022.   You can get further information on applying for inclusion on the consolidated election ballot on April 4, 2023 in a YouTube video prepared by the DuPage County Election Board:

All information regarding candidate filing process can be found on the DuPage County Clerk website linked here:

Prairie Restoration Project

Prairie Restoration Project – 1973 to Present.  The Golfview Hills Park District (GHPD) has an ongoing project to restore the prairie. Part of the program is to occasionally conduct a controlled burn of the prairie, along with trail maintenance, drainage management and tree trimming services. The “Prairie” on Jackson Street in the southwest end of Golfview Hills is a small remnant of the lands that originally covered 95% of Illinois. There are many initiatives across the State to restore prairies to more natural status. Why are prescribed burns conducted? Fire prevents brush and trees from overtaking the prairie, prevents build-up of dead vegetation that encourages weeds and retards new growth, and improves habitat for prairie birds, mammals, and butterflies, many of them endangered. Upon completion of burn, GHPD spreads milkweed and other native prairie seeds to attract more butterflies and bees which will help maintain a healthier ecosystem.


Original History Beginning in 1974   Click Here
Further Work in 2003:   Click Here
Photos of the 2022 Prairie Burn:   Click Here
Details on the 2023 Prescribed Prairie Burn: Click Here