Potential vendors/contractors must notify the Planning Department when downloading a request for proposal/bid from this list and intending to submit a proposal/bid. There will be a $1.50 per page printing cost for any Full Size Prints/Exhibits (pages over 11″ x 17″) printed by the Park District. Contractors must call at least one day prior to picking up the prints. Prints can be paid for by cash or check only.

Addenda will be sent only to vendors/contractors who have notified the Planning Department. Please notify Theresa King by phone 847-897-6119 or email tking@nbparks.org. The Park District will attempt to post any addenda to this website in a timely fashion, but potential vendors/contractors are responsible for obtaining all addenda to the original specification prior to the proposal/bid deadline. Vendors/contractors who fail to obtain addenda prior to the deadline will not be able to modify their proposal/bid.

  • Forward submittals in sealed envelopes, clearly marked with the bid number, the name of the bid and the date and time of the scheduled opening.
  • Plan Holder’s Lists are not released prior to awarding of the contract.
  • Bid tabulations represent “as read” submittals at the time of the bid opening; they do not represent contract awards.

Prevailing Wage

NOTICE of Adoption of Prevailing Wage Ordinance 17-0-3

In accordance with the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act, the Northbrook Park District (“Park District”) has made a determination of the prevailing wages to be paid to laborers, mechanics, and other workers employed in public works projects for the Park District.  The Park District has determined that the prevailing wages are the wage rates for Cook County as determined by the Illinois Department of Labor.

A copy of the determination is available for public inspection in the Park District’s business office located at 545 Academy Drive, Northbrook, Illinois.  Copies are also available upon request by calling the Park District at 847-291-2960.  View the latest prevailing wage report.

Molly Hamer
Northbrook Park District
June 1, 2017