About Huntley Park District
The Huntley Park District owns 330 acres of parkland including a family aquatic center, a recreation center, 18 baseball/softball fields, 14 soccer fields, 13 parks, an 18-hole golf course and banquet facility, and numerous other recreational spaces. Additionally, Huntley Park District’s Deicke Park has been recognized as one of the best parks in McHenry County.
Where do we need more parks, playgrounds, and/or other facilities?
What recreational programs do you want to see?
How can parks and recreation help address certain challenges facing our community?
In hopes of answering questions like these, the Huntley Park District launched Plan To Play Huntley, in May of 2022. Plan to Play Huntley is the agency’s new parks and recreation Master Plan. Utilizing public input and community collaboration, a vision will be created for the Huntley Park District’s operational planning over the next 10 years. The District is seeking widespread community feedback and input, as they are critical in determining the direction of future action taken by the agency.
About the Master Plan
Yes, this is a community-input driven process and the outcome and future recommendations will be driven by the needs and vision articulated by the community members.
Through the Participate section on this website you can provide open ended suggestions, respond to the online survey, know the dates for public meetings and even share feedback through social media as well.
This will be a 9–11-month process commencing in May 2022 and anticipated completion in March 2023
The Master Plan is led by national consultants PROS Consulting, INC. (led by Mr. Neelay Bhatt and Jason Elissalde) and ETC Institute.