Board of Commissioners
Board of Commissioners Election – April 2019
The Board of Commissioners is ultimately accountable for everything that happens at the Rockford Park District. They are five people who are elected to serve six-year terms, and volunteer their time to serve because they care deeply about the community and want to preserve the Rockford Park District's legacy.
They believe parks and recreation are essential to quality of life in the Rockford Park District, resulting in a high return on investment of available resources. The Rockford Park District believes recreation is vital to people's health and well-being, and plays an important role in a balanced, healthy lifestyle.
Your Rockford Park District Board always welcomes your participation in and communication about how the Park District is performing.
Please feel free to send them a letter in care of the Rockford Park District:
401 South Main Street, Ste 110
Rockford, IL 61101-1321
You can also contact our commissioners directly, their contact information is listed below.
Board Meeting Schedule & Minutes
Meetings are generally held one to two Tuesdays each month at the Rockford Park District Webbs Norman Center, 401 S. Main Street, Rockford, IL 61101, in the first floor board room (unless otherwise noted - see calendar to the left.)
Public comment opportunities are offered at the start and end of each meeting. Notice will be given, in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, if dates and/or locations are changed.
Staff contact: Jenny Johnson, Board Recording Secretary, at 815.987.8826 or email@example.com
For the Rockford Park District to be the best urban park and recreation system in North America, as measured by national standards and the citizens we serve.
To 'help people enjoy life' by providing a quality park and recreation system.
The Rockford Park District improves the quality of life for citizens by providing a vibrant and relevant park system which increases property values, stimulates economic development, decreases juvenile crime and improves our community’s health. A vibrant and relevant park system also protects the environment, employs hundreds of area teens, and brings our diverse community together in unity, through the common love of play.