Prairie View Community Center 6834 Dempster St, Morton Grove, IL60053 Administrated by the Morton Grove Parks District, the Prairie View Community Center is home to the Park…More District Administration Office, the Maine Niles Association of Special Recreation and the Park Police Office. The center features a 5,000-square-foot fitness club, a gymnasium, racquetball courts and a number of rooms to host meetings and other community events.
Bethany Terrace 8425 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove, IL60053 The Bethany Terrace is a senior citizens center in Morton Grove, offering orthopedic therapy and rehabilitation from…More things such as hip replacement surgery and strokes. The facility presents private suites, 24-hour nursing care, a large gymnasium and a game room.
Emerson is one of two middle schools in Park Ridge-Niles School District 64, and was named a National Forum to…More Accelerate Middle Grades Reform/ Illinois Horizon School "School to Watch" for academic achievement and all-around excellence in programming for middle school students.
The building was constructed in 1998 and features wide corridors, an up-to-date gymnasium, a cafeteria, a large music room, a lobby with glass cases displaying student-created art and outdoor sports fields.
Golf Maine Park District serves about 20,000 residents in the unincorporated area north and west of Niles. The…More district boundaries are about one mile square, and it is surrounded by the Niles, Park Ridge, Des Plaines and Glenview park districts.
Golf Maine Park District has facilities in two locations. The one at 8800 Kathy Lane, Niles, has a large building with a gymnasium, walking/running track and large multi-purpose room. There is also a large green space. The other location, on Dee Road in Des Plaines, has outdoor ball fields for basketball and baseball. It also has tennis courts, a nature area and a cricket pitch.
Grennan Heights is one of the Niles Park District's most popular parks. It's where children's soccer teams play and…More parents cheer them on, and there is also a baseball field with bleachers, tennis courts and a well-shaded playground.The building contains a gymnasium, basketball court, men's and women's locker rooms, a lounge area and a preschool.
The parks hosts summer camps each year, and on the day of the Fourth of July parade (one of Niles' biggest community events), the parade route finishes at Grennan Heights, and there are tents, children's games, a band and food for a huge community celebration.
The headquarters location for the Niles Park District, it houses the preschool and the banquet facilities.…More The golf course is adjacent, and the indoor tennis complex (Tam) and the fitness/track/gymnasium facility (Golfview) are nearby.
The park district has 25 locations overall, including 14 parks, one ice rink (Iceland), one water park (Oasis) and the aforementioned golf course and recreational buildings. It operates a restaurant and is a member of the Maine-Niles Association for Special Recreation, which provides recreation for patrons with special needs.
The park district is a unit of government with taxing authority. It is governed by a board of directors who meet monthly. The executive director is Joe LoVerde.
Some examples of recreational opportunities the district offers include swim classes (in summer), a licensed preschool for three- and four-year-olds, junior golf programs, a variety of summer camps for children, concerts in the park, hockey lessons and one of the largest youth basketball programs in the area. The district also plans seasonal special events.