Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Sign the Petition to Kane County Forest Preserve to Develop a 18-hole Disc Golf Course

Go to to sign the petition to the Kane County Forest Preserve Commission. We are asking the Commission includes planning for a disc golf course in their 2016 Master Plan.

We need community members to show their desire to have disc golf available on public Forest Preserve land.

Please review the petition below, and click the link above to support this effort.

To: Mr. Michael Kenyon, President
Forest Preserve Commission
Kane County Forest Preserve

  • We, the undersigned, members of the community petition the Kane County Forest Preserve Commission to develop plans for a 18-hole disc golf course, and include such plans in the 2016 Comprehensive Master Plan.
  • Kane County maintains beautiful wooded and grasslands that will be pleasurably engaged by hundreds of community residents each week, and attract residents from neighboring communities if developed to include recreational disc golf.
  • New disc golf courses can be planned, developed and installed at very low expense, and with minimal impact to the natural beauty of Forest Preserve property.
  • The Forest Preserve Commission will enhance the health and well being of community residents by including disc golf facilities that can be enjoyed at any age, and any physical condition for a lifetime.

Background & Facts:
  • The Kane County Forest Preserve’s mission is to acquire, hold and maintain lands within Kane County Illinois, that contribute to the preservation of natural and historic resources, habitats, flora and fauna; and to restore, restock protect and preserve such lands for the education, recreation and pleasure of all Kane County citizens.
  • The Kane County Forest Preserve maintains at least 77 individual properties, golf courses, sports facilities, cultural and historical sites, rental facilities, and preservation or restoration zones.
  • Forest Preserve Properties are designated for the following types of recreation:  Biking, Fishing, Baseball, Soccer, Hockey, Golf (ball), Camping, Horseback Riding, Geocaching, Dog Walking/Play, Snowboarding, Hiking, Running, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Cross-country Skiing.
  • The District is governed by the Forest Preserve Commission.
  • Twenty-six Kane County Board members serve as the Forest Preserve Commission.
  • Mr. Michael Kenyon from District 16 is the current President of the Forest Preserve Commission.

Contact Information:

Forest Preserve District of Kane County
1996 S. Kirk Rd., Ste. 320
Geneva, IL 60134

Phone: 630-232-5980

Petition Organizer:

39W145 Baert Ln
St Charles, IL 60175

Phone: 312-925-9016

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