Two positions (four-year terms) on the Roselle Park District Board of Commissioners will be up for election on April 4, 2023. Anyone interested in running for a Board position can pick up election information packets, including petitions and other forms at the Roselle Park District, 555 West Bryn Mawr, Roselle, Illinois. The packets are available Monday through Friday, 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Those who wish to run for Park Board Commissioner must be a Roselle Park District resident for at least one year prior to the election.
Potential candidates can begin circulating petitions now. The official filing dates are Monday, December 12 through Monday, December 19, 2022.
Questions? Contact Roselle Park District Director Lynn McAteer for more information.
The public is invited to all board meetings. Meetings are held at the Park District facility located at 10 North Roselle Road, on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm. For more information or to get involved with the park district, please call 630-894-4200. Notices of all public meetings are posted on the community board at the Clauss Recreation Center and on the community board at our facility at 10 North Roselle Road. For proper consideration and to be added to the meeting agenda, requests to present ideas or issues should be submitted to the Executive Director of the Roselle Park District 48 hours in advance. Please check website for additional meeting postings.
Public Comment Guidelines: During the public comment period of a meeting, the Board President will ask if any member of the public wishes to address the Board. When acknowledged, any such individual should stand and state his/her name and address. Each speaker is generally allowed three (3) minutes to make comments. If it becomes apparent that there are large numbers of speakers, the President may shorten this time. The Board President may also impose a limit on the total time allotted at a meeting for public comment in order to enable the Board to be able to complete the regular or special business of the meeting. The Board President may also provide for other procedures, such as requiring written submission of questions by note cards provided at the meeting, or other reasonable means, depending on the nature of the agenda item, numbers of individuals seeking to provide comment, and need to facilitate orderly and efficient use of the public comment period.
Individuals or groups may also request to be added to the agenda of a Regular Meeting by notifying the Director in writing of such request not later than 5:00 p.m. of the Wednesday of the week prior to the Regular Meeting. The request shall include the name, address, and telephone number of the individual or group representative making the request, and any relevant written materials. The individual or representative may then be placed on the agenda and generally allowed five (5) minutes to make his/her presentation. The Board President may exercise its discretion to reduce or extend this time limit based on the considerations mentioned above.