The parks and open spaces are for everyone to enjoy. Please
help us keep these areas clean and free of debris by following
the Park District’s regulations for park use. When
we take time out to clean up after illegally dumped materials
it keeps us from doing the important work that helps make
our parks the best in the northwest suburbs.
All parks are open from 5:00 a.m. and close at dusk, except
for outdoor lighted athletic fields or under special use permits. The Board or Director
may close District property or any parts of the property
to the public at any time temporarily or for regular intervals
for certain uses.
No alcoholic beverages shall be sold, possessed, given away,
delivered or consumed on District property, except pursuant
to a permit or as part of a District special event.
All pets on District property are required to be on a leash and under control.
Any unleashed dog or cat found on District property may be removed
to an animal shelter, public pound or impounded at the expense of the animal’s
owner. No pets are allowed in Sands Main Street Prairie.
Pet owners should refrain from bringing their animals on non-turf area such as
baseball infields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts, children’s
play areas, playground, washroom facilities, and drinking fountains.
For the safety and cleanliness of the parks all pet owners should immediately
clean up after their pets.
Service dogs are allowed to escort their owners to all parts of the District’s
parks and facilities.
Items found by Park Staff or patrons in parks and facilities will be turned in
to the lost and found. Items lost at the Community Center or Community Pool will be kept at the Community Center. Items lost at Lions Park will be kept at the Lions Park Concession Stand. Items will be held for one month. After a month clothing
and other useful materials will be donated to charities.
Cary Park District Park Rules and Regulations Ordinance