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Recreation & Sports Complex Department
What We Do
provides over 400 acres of active and passive recreation areas for its
residents. The Parks Maintenance Division (847) 918-2074 is responsible for the care and
improvement of this land.
View a map of the Parks
Throughout the park system you will find a variety of activities that will appeal to all ages and interests.
The Parks & Recreation Department offers public
swimming pools, walking and biking trails, fishing, athletic fields, passive areas for viewing wildlife, disc golf and other activities.
Athletic Field Permits
Field permit applications are accepted after January 1st of your rental year. Please email the completed
Athletic Field Permit Application
and a description of the usage and number of participants to
. The submission does not guarantee use of the park fields as all requests must be approved in advance by the department.
Picnic Shelters and Indoor Park Buildings
Park permit applications are accepted after January 1st of your rental year. Please email your
Park Permit Application
and a description of the event and number of participants to
. The submission does not guarantee use of the Picnic Shelters or Indoor Park Buildings.
Certificate of Insurance Requirements
Each group utilizing the park fields, picnic shelters and park buildings may be required to submit a certificate of insurance after the application has been approved.
Click here for the insurance requirements.
In addition to maintaining 21 park sites the Maintenance Division is also responsible for the care of over 11,000 Village parkway trees which includes the maintenance, removal and replacement of all Village trees.
On an annual basis the Village contracts for the canopy cleaning of dead limbs and raising up branching for pedestrian and vehicular traffic of approximately 1200 parkway trees. This pruning program is conducted on a continuing rotational cycle each year.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
The Village Arborist and crew continue to survey Libertyville streets for signs of the destructive insect that has devastated areas of several states and has now been found in several communities in the
area. Recently the EAB has been detected in Libertyville if you are concerned or want to know more about the EAB, the
Illinois Department of Agriculture
continually updates its web site with the latest information.