Wolters Field Advisory Group
Minutes from the June 2018 meeting are available on the HPHS Wolters Field Website.
The next meeting is still to be determined; information will be available on the website.
Wolters Field Issues
If there are any issues regarding Wolters Field, please contact WoltersFieldIssues@dist113.org. You will receive a response within 24-48 standard business hours. District 113 is only able to address issues directly involving Wolters Field and not the surrounding area. If this is an issue regarding parking, traffic outside of Wolter's Field, or any matter related to an emergency, please contact the Highland Park Police Department.
Fifteen buses have been equipped with lower decibel back-up beepers and will be tested during the first months of the school year. We targeted buses that are the primary vehicles for the early bird routes. Back-up beepers are required on school buses for the safety of the passengers, drivers, and passers-by.
New signs outlining Ordinance No. 81-13 and respective fines will be installed prior to the start of the school year. Barricades have been purchased to improve the regulation of traffic on Athletic Drive.
Meetings are typically held June and November each calendar year.
May 21, 2019, 7 PM, Pre-Session Conference Room of City Hall, 1707 St. Johns Ave
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Wolters Field Sound System / Acoustic Study
Special Use Permit Highlights
Accommodations to Neighbors of Wolters Field
City Councilman Adam Stolberg
School District Official Stacey Meyer
Judith Magel Cohen
Police Chief Lou Jogmen, City of Highland Park
Joel Fontane, City of Highland Park
Jon Rowley, School District #113
Eileen McMahon, School District #113
Alena Laube, School District #113
Other School District Representatives
The Wolters Field Advisory Group is a joint committee between the City of Highland Park and School District #113. The Advisory Group takes into account the educational and extracurricular needs of the School District and students as well as the impact of the use of Wolters Field on the surrounding neighborhood. The Group considers lighting, sound, and vehicular traffic that may impact the area.