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Rentals In Central Park


Oak Brook Park District’s Central Park is a gorgeous and affordable location for weddings, reunions, corporate functions, parties, and other special events!


With over 71 beautiful acres of woodlands, waterways, winding trails, and recreational amenities, the park also features Central Park West, the perfect venue for weddings.


Looking to accommodate a smaller gathering? Our performing arts pavilion may be the perfect alternative for your outdoor banquet. The versatile performing arts pavilion may accommodate up to 20-30 guests. There is a required rental of the adjacent field for parties larger than 30 at the pavilion. Meeting rooms are available to rent for private functions such as business or club meetings (dependent on park district schedule). For more information on events and booking, please contact Joel or Ryan at (630) 645-9554, or visit our web site at www.obparks.org.


• Gymnasiums (full court only). Optional scoreboard control available • Meeting Room (Max. 50 people). Optional A/V use available • Pavilion: (Max 30 people) Optional field rental for larger events


Facility Rentals Facility


Resident


Meeting Room*


Gym* *


Central Park Pavilion


$40 $75 $50 Resident


Comm. Org. $0


$50 $25 Nonres. $80 $100 $50 Nonres.


Comm. Org. $40


$75 $25


Oak Brook Park District Facility Rental Classifications & Fees


The Oak Brook Park District Facility rental fee structure is based on the following rental group classifications for private events of the rental group which are not open to the general public:


• Resident: Individuals whose primary residence is a dwelling unit located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Oak Brook Park District. The term “resident” shall also mean full-time employees of a company or corporation with offices and/or stores located within the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries and full-time employees of the Village of Oak Brook or of Community School District 53. • Resident Community Organizations: Non-profit 501c3 groups, civic organizations and governmental units whose place of business or operations is within the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries. • Nonresident: Individuals whose primary residence is not a dwelling unit within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Oak Brook Park District. • Nonresident Community Organizations: Non-profit groups, organizations and governmental units whose place of business or operations is outside of the Oak Brook Park District jurisdictional boundaries. • Business/For-Profit Organizations: A legally recognized company, enterprise or firm designed to provide goods and/or services to consumers and whose primary purpose is to realize a monetary gain or return for the owners or shareholders thereof. • Non-Profit Groups or Organizations: A tax-exempt charitable, educational or service organization whose purpose is to raise and use funds to serve a public good and not to realize a monetary gain or return for the owners and shareholders thereof.


Athletic Field/Synthetic Fields (Contact 630-645-9529.)


Athletic Field Min. 2/hr.


Synthetic Field


Half Synthetic Field


$50


$100 $55


All fees are per hour. * Add Audio/Visual Fee ** Add Scoreboard Control Fee


$15 $10


$25


$100 $55


$75


$150 $85


$50


$150 $85


In addition, the following items are applicable for facility rentals: • Ball field lights fee shall be $50 per hour. • Evergreen Bank Group Field lights fee shall be $30 per hour. • Residents may book a facility up to 6 months in advance. • Nonresidents may book a facility up to 5 months in advance. • For Central Park West rentals, residents may book a reservation up to 12 months in advance, nonresidents up to 11 months in advance. • Business/For-Profit Organizations/Nonprofit Organizations Conducting Fund raising Efforts: Individuals, businesses, or organizations that are seeking to use the District’s facilities for fund raising or business purposes, through selling of admission tickets, or through the sale of products/ services to attendees, shall contact the Executive Director in writing at least 90 days prior to the desired date of facility rental event. The entity shall include a business plan with its written facility rental request, detailing the fund raising or business efforts that are proposed to be conducted at the District’s facilities for which rental is sought. The Executive Director or his/her designee shall review said business plan to assure that it is compatible with the policies, plans, goals and ordinances of the District, and upon such review, the Executive Director is authorized to determine the appropriateness of the use of the District’s facilities in relation to the business/fund raising plan. When a rental for a business or fund raising event is denied, the Executive Director will provide notice to the District’s Board, indicating the nature of the business plan and that it was not accepted. When a rental for a business or fund raising event is viewed to be compatible with the District’s policies, plans, goals and ordinances, the Executive Director shall present the proposed business plan to the Board of Park Commissioners at its regular monthly board meeting for official permit approval and determination of the facility rental fee. • Business/For-Profit Classification can only rent Central Park West, gazebo, gym, fields.


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