Building the Future facilities page
Community Report on Naperville Central High School and Athletic Field Space Issues (PDF, 211 KB)
Athletic Fields brochure (PDF, 189 KB)
Garden Plot FAQs, prepared by the Naperville Park District (PDF, 30.3 KB)
Community Engagement Comments Sheet (PDF, 12.5 KB)
Naperville Central High School and Athletic Field Space Issues presentation (PDF, 1.7 MB)
Community Engagement Meetings
Naperville Community Unit School District 203 and the Naperville Park District will be hosting three community engagement meetings to gather public feedback on site concepts for the proposed future use of the Garden Plots property along West Street and to discuss the need for increased field space for Naperville Central High School. As we realize these discussions involve several different community stakeholders, including Park District participants, Garden Plots users, high school athletes and many others, we encourage the involvement of as many people as possible.
For detailed information, please click on the provided links to access the Community Report on Naperville Central High School and Athletic Field Space Issues, the accompanying Athletic Fields brochure and the Garden Plot FAQs, prepared by the Naperville Park District.
Each of the three meetings will be identical in format, with staff from both District 203 and the Naperville Park District in attendance. Attendees can expect an open house format beginning with a brief overview presentation to outline the issues, concept drawings displayed, options outlined, and participant feedback taken for further consideration.
Please join us for one of the following Community Engagement Meetings: Wednesday, October 29, and Wednesday, November 12, at the District 203 Administrative Center, 203 W. Hillside Road, and Monday, November 10, at the Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center, 305 W. Jackson Avenue, Naperville. Each will be held from 7 to 8:30 PM.
Those who are unable to attend any of these meetings are encouraged to provide their comments via email to School District 203 at firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Naperville Park District at email@example.com; please make sure that "Garden Plots" is in the subject line. You may also download a Community Engagement Comments Sheet which may be filled out and returned to the Park District by Monday, November 17, via email, fax (630-848-5001), or the U.S. Mail at the following address:
Naperville Park District
Garden Plots Comment Sheet
320 W. Jackson Ave.
Naperville, IL 60540
Additionally, the Park District invites all interested individuals to learn more about the Garden Plots on West Street at http://www.napervilleparks.org.
Next steps in the process -
- Following the community engagement meetings, School District 203 and the Naperville Park District will work cooperatively to compile community feedback.
- The Naperville Park District will conduct a survey of Garden Plots participants and subsequently analyze the data received.
- Both School District 203 and the Park District will engage their respective boards to come to a decision of what course of action to take. These boards will make the determination whether or not any recommendations will be made to City Council for their consideration and action.