Planning & Finance
About Mundelein Park & Recreation District
More than 800 acres make up the Mundelein Park & Recreation District (MPRD), including 33 parks for hiking and biking, 20 tennis courts, 28 playgrounds, picnic shelters, and more.
Conveniently located in north-central Lake County, the District serves a growing population of more than 35,000 residents with year-round programs, and education and recreational opportunities for all ages. Facilities include the award-winning Steeple Chase Golf Club, Mundelein Community Center, Park View Health & Fitness Center, Diamond Lake Beach, Barefoot Bay Family Aquatic Center, Spray Park, Regent Center, Fort Hill Heritage Museum, and Diamond Lake Sports Complex.
Mundelein Park District Goals and Objectives
The District’s goals and objectives were developed to guide the District in the development of programs and facilities. They are a roadmap of where the District is heading. Goals are more broad based and indicate the end desire. Objectives are more specific and outline how the goal will be achieved and are generally measurable.
Goals and objectives have been developed in the following areas:
• Recreation Programming
• Acquisition of Parks and Open Space Areas
• Maintenance/Redevelopment of Parks and Facilities
• Financial Resources
• Community Awareness and Participation
• Employee Development
Shady Lane Property Planning
The Mundelein Park & Recreation District will hold a second public hearings at 1401 N. Midlothian Rd, to discuss the District’s plans for the development of a 17 acre parcel at 18349 Shady Lane, Mundelein. The meeting will be a 11:00am, Saturday, June 23. Interested parties who cannot attend are asked to contact Margaret Resnick at 847-388-5460 or email@example.com
Community Survey Report
Strategic plan for 2016-2020:
2018 Holcomb Neighborhood Park