The Butterfield Park District’s mission is to promote the development of a park system that provides for recreational opportunities for all residents, as well as to offer diversified programs and activities that provide personal enjoyment, contribute to a sense of self-fulfillment and enhance the quality of life.
Butterfield Park District
21W730 Butterfield Road
Lombard, IL 60148
Regular Office Hours
Administrative Offices Closed
Executive Director....................................... Larry Reiner
Superintendent of Business.......................Connie Murphy
Administrative Coordinator...............................Oona Kelly
Manager of Parks and Facilities..............Aaron Hernandez
Parks, Facilities & Aquatics Specialist........... Jake DeLeon
Superintendent of Recreation........................ Anne Popek
Recreation Supervisor.............................. Lucas Gallagher
Recreation Coordinator......................................Rene Beck
Preschool Coordinator..........................Christina Skoumal
The Butterfield Park District has an online registration system for
activities, rentals, camps, and aquatics. The system gives you the
ability to check availability of programs and special events. You
may register online at www.butterfieldpd.com. Registration is
accepted by fax, mail or drop off. Phone registration is NOT
accepted. All classes canceled by the Park District will result in
a full refund. The Park District goal is that each class will have enough
participation to ensure the class will run. Signing up early as
well as encouraging friends will help ensure the program will run.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Violations of “Behavior Standards” or The Butterfield Park District’s “Code of Conduct” may result in the expulsion or suspension from a specific program or activity. Participation in behavior that may be construed as inappropriate and or inappropriate sexual behavior, language or actions may be grounds for immediate removal from programs, as well as the potential for legal ramifications. Such ramifications resulting from violations will be carefully reviewed and subsequently administered at the sole discretion of the Executive Director of the Butterfield Park District and may also result in the loss or partial loss of fees paid. No harassment or bullying will be tolerated in the programs or services provided by the Butterfield Park District.
President – Larry Montgomery
Vice President – Michele Piotrowski
Secretary – Todd Berntsen
Commissioner – Lisa Saunderson
Commissioner – Sean Tovey
For a complete schedule of our park board meetings, please visit www.Butterfieldpd.com. Meetings are monthly (except for July) at 6:30 p.m. at the Butterfield Park District Recreation and Aquatic Center. The public is welcome to attend. Board agendas are posted in the lobby of the Recreation Center 48 hours in advance of each meeting.
The Park District has marketing opportunities ideal to promote
your business. Become a title sponsor of an event such as the
Polar Express, or advertise on the cover of our seasonal brochures.
All money goes towards park improvements and financial aid
program. For additional information, please contact Larry Reiner
The Butterfield Park District will comply with the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services
or activities to individuals with disabilities. We invite any resident with any
special need to contact our staff, upon registration, so that a smooth inclusion may occur. In addition to the programs listed within our program guide, our district also provides specialized services for people with disabilities through the Northeast DuPage Special Recreation Association (NEDSRA).
If you have questions regarding the Park District’s ADA policy, or believe that you have been unfairly discriminated against in the provision of services or activities at the Butterfield Park District, please contact the Executive Director at 630-858-2229.
A procedure is available to you for the prompt resolution of your complaint. Please attach a description of any accommodations needed to your registration form. This procedure will help ensure your enjoyment of our programs and events.
Smoking is not allowed on Park District property. This includes electronic
cigarettes (e-cigs or e-cigarettes), personal vaporizers (PV) or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) or any other device that simulates tobacco smoking by producing an aerosol that resembles smoke. This includes all parks, facilities,
buildings, athletic fields, spectator/viewing areas and parking lots. Thank you
for your cooperation.
Due to the large amount of information available in the Butterfield Park District
program guide, errors before or after publication may occur. We apologize for
any errors in this publication, and we will advise you of any changes as quickly
as possible. We will also attempt to keep information on our website,butterfieldpd.com
as current as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding when
these situations occur.
Registrants and participants of programs and special events permit the Butterfield Park District
to take photos and videos of themselves and their children
for publication in the program guide, website and additional uses as the Park
District deems necessary unless the registrant or participant expressively files with
the Park District a written objection as to photos or videos of themselves and/
or their children.
Unless otherwise posted, all lighted parks close at 11 pm and non-lighted parks
close at 10 pm. All parks open at 6 am.
Give the gift of fun! The Butterfield Park District offers gift certificates in any
dollar amount. Park District gift certificates can be used towards any program,
such as classes, camp, preschool and Rec Kids, or towards season passes
at the pool .
All facilities participants are expected to follow the rules of the facilities. Specialty
areas of the facilities have posted signs
stating special rules specific to that area. Disregard o abuse of facility rules may
result in removal by staff or police from the facility for a designated length of time
Recreational activities/programs are intended to challenge and engage the
physical, mental and emotional resources of each participant. Despite careful
and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment,
there is still a risk of serious injury when participating in any recreational activity/ program. Understandably, not all hazards and dangers can be foreseen. Depending on the particular activity, participants must understand that certain
risks, dangers and injuries due to inclement weather, slipping, falling, poor skill level or conditioning, carelessness, horseplay, unsportsmanlike conduct, premises defects, inadequate or defective equipment, inadequate supervision, instruction or officiating, viral contamination and all other circumstances inherent to indoor and outdoor recreational activities/programs exist. In this regard, it must be recognized that it is impossible for the Butterfield Park District to guarantee absolute safety.
The Park District does not carry medical or accident insurance for program
participants. Participants should review their personal insurance before
registering for Park District programs to be certain of adequate coverage.