Dolphin Lake

New park district marquee sign coming to Dolphin Lake

A new color LED marquee will be installed on the corner of 183rd Street and Governors Highway due to the out-of-date technology of the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s current sign.

The new sign will better advertise park programs, officials said at the July 18 park board meeting.

One person dies as car goes into Dolphin Lake

Crews from the Homewood police and fire departments tried to rescue a driver after a car plunged into Dolphin Lake at 183rd Street and Governors Highway around 9 a.m. Friday, but the individual was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

Emergency crews work to recover vehicle in Dolphin Lake

Neighbors say a vehicle apparently went into Dolphin Lake shortly before 8 a.m. Friday. Emergency responders, including divers, were still on the scene later in the morning.

New Dolphin Lake Clubhouse hosts first event

The Dolphin Lake Clubhouse is open for business. The newly-renovated Dolphin Lake building, which once housed a swimming pool changing area, hosted its first event last weekend. A baby shower last Saturday evening was the clubhouse’s inaugural event.

Fall opening date seen as Dolphin Lake recreation complex nears completion

What’s happening at 183rd Street and Governors Highway is nothing less than a transformation of one of the H-F area’s most visible intersections. The new building will probably be ready for occupancy around Sept. 20.

H-F Park District makes effort to keep programs, services despite revenue drop

Lower property assessments and a freeze on state money have Homewood-Flossmoor Park District board members making some tough decisions on how to best allocate dollars for the coming year.

Park district may lose $400K in Dolphin Lake funds

At Dolphin Lake, work is continuing on a $3.25 million park renovation project but a $400,000 state grant that’s integral to the project has been suspended in a cost-cutting move by Governor Bruce Rauner.

Dolphin Lake renovation project begins

Fences have been installed at Dolphin Lake Park in anticipation the start of a $3.25 million construction project that will include a fully renovated clubhouse, walking paths and a playground area.

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