KPD District News

Notice from North Shore Mosquito Abatement District

Media Advisory

For Immediate Release

West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes Found in Kenilworth

The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District has found the first West Nile virus positive mosquitoes to occur in our trap in Kenilworth this year.

Two batches of mosquitoes, collected on July 11, 2018, from an NSMAD trap in Kenilworth, tested positive for West Nile virus in our lab on July... Read More

Park District Board Commissioner Opening

The Kenilworth Park District Board has an opening for the position of Commissioner. If you are interested in serving on the Park Board, please submit a resume and letter of interest to Executive Director John Kiwala at jkiwala@kpdistrict.org. Submissions must be received by July... Read More

Illegal Fly Dumping in Parks

Illegal fly dumping endangers public health and is unsightly. Discarded materials such as tires can hold water, which creates a breeding ground for mosquitos. Discarded waste can also endanger children and animals if it is... Read More

Pee-Wee Playground New Mulch

Last year, the Kenilworth Park District in conjunction with DiClementi Landscaping helped remove old, worn mulch from the playground at the south side of Townley Field. The mulch was replaced with new, play safe mulch. The new mulch was a welcomed addition to the park as it provides a fresher, cleaner look to the... Read More

New KPD Website

Over the past 4 years, the Kenilworth Park District has grown by 777%. As our offerings have increased, so has the digital traffic on our website, social media pages, and registration for our programs. We have listened to constructive feedback from members of the community regarding our previous website and the difficulty they had in navigating it. Staff set... Read More

New Village House Meetings

The Kenilworth Park District and Joseph Sears School Boards invite all residents to join us for a community meeting to review the preliminary plans for a new Village House, the rerouting of the Green Bay Bicycle Trail, and improvements to Cumnor... Read More

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