Enriching Citizens' Lives Through Education, Recreation, and Open Space Opportunities.
Who We Are
The Dedicated staff of the Macomb Park District aim to
ASSURE the continued existence of public open space
ASSESS the public needs for recreational opportunities
PROVIDE recreational programs to meet recognized public needs
PROTECT the properties in our custody
COOPERATE with community groups in meeting a beneficial community need
SERVE the community with dedication and professionalism
The Macomb Park District has a rich history filled with success, failures, obstacles, and development. We stand on the foundation of our history, remembering where we have come from as a platform to where we are going.
The Macomb Park District recognizes that without proper nourishment nothing will grow. We are dedicated to the educational development of our staff to further grow our organization and our programming.
As growth progresses the Macomb Park District refuses to stay stagnant. We recognize that growth equals change, change equals opportunity, and opportunity equals advancement.
Being The Change We Wish To See In The World
The Macomb Park District encourages people of all abilities to enjoy the benefits of parks and recreation. Inclusion services are available which includes, but is not limited to, adaptive equipment, sign language interpreters, program assistants, and support staff. The Macomb Park District will make a reasonable attempt to provide accommodations to meet individual participant needs. When registering yourself or a family member for a program and support is needed due to a disability, please indicate the type of assistance needed at time of registration. Please call the main office at (309)833-4562 (TTY 309-837-7301) at least three business days before the event if accommodating are needed.
The Macomb Park District, as a unit of local government, is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of disability in the provision of state or local government services against an individual who, with or without a reasonable accommodation, meets essential eligibility requirements for receipt of that service. State and local government services are broadly interpreted to include every program, service, and activity of such entity. Discrimination complaints may be addressed to the Macomb Park District Office. (Title II Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973). Discrimination Complaint Forms are available at the Macomb Park District Office.