We Represent You

The Hampshire Township Park District is a separate governing agency established for the purpose of providing parks, facilities, and recreational programs for the community. The park district is responsible for the maintenance, operation, and administration of parks and park facilities under its jurisdiction. The park district is governed by five commissioners elected at large for six year terms. The commissioners set the policies for the operation of the park district.

Board of Commissioners
President- Nathan Looman
Vice President- Jamie Herrmann
Secretary- Jennifer Reid
Treasurer- Meagan Tiffany - mtiffany@hampshireparkdistrict.org
Commissioner- Joseph Majcher - jmajcher@hampshireparkdistrict.org

Board Meetings

The Park Board of Commissioners meets on the first and third Monday of each month at 6:30pm in the Recreation Center unless otherwise noted on the meeting schedule, see attachment below. Residents are encouraged to attend and offer their ideas and/or suggestions for improvement.  Below are the published agendas and minutes from those meetings.

Mission Statement

The Hampshire Park District’s mission is to provide recreational, educational and cultural opportunities that improve the quality of life through a responsive, efficient and creative park and recreation system.  The District shall balance quality recreational facilities and programs while protecting parks, natural resources and open spaces for the benefit of present and future generations. 


  1. Provide and maintain park land and recreational facilities that meet the present and future recreational needs of district residents. 
  2. Ensure that recreation programs meet the interests and needs of a variety of ages and abilities by providing and sponsoring programs independently and in cooperation with other community organizations or agencies.
  3. Ensure that administration of the Park District is effective, well-managed, customer friendly and provides a creative work environment for staff. 
  4. Exercise fiscal responsibility and prudence in all financial and business transactions. 
  5. Ensure that all parks facilities are maintained efficiently, cost effectively, safely, and in accordance with all standards and codes. 
  6. Maintain strong communications with District residents and other public agencies and private sector organizations. 
  7. Conserve community resources to the greatest extent through cooperation with other local organizations and agencies.