Updated: Wed., October 18, 10AM

Due to heavy rains this weekend, the Skokie River has flooded the following areas:

Highland Park Country Club  –   The front nine holes (cart path only) are  open today, Wed., Oct 18.  All 18 holes will be open for play on Thursday, Oct 19. 

Fink Park –  The soccer fields at the north end of the park are clear of water.  The path around the park and the Deer Creek Racquet Club parking lot are completely accessible.

Cunniff Park –  Water has receded in the park with the exception of a few small puddles.   Centennial Ice Arena parking lots are accessible.

Sleepy Hollow Park – water has receded at the park is open

Standing water can be hazardous to your health and safety, please avoid these areas until the water recedes and our crews can access any damage or hazards. For more information on the health risks of standing water, go to www.cdc.gov

For additional updates, please refer back to this website. 

 

 

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