The Justice Park District is a separate municipal agency established for the purpose of providing parks, facilities, and recreational programs for the people of the community of all ages, and is responsible for the maintenance and administration of parks and facilities under its jurisdiction. The Park District is governed by five commissioners who set policies for the operation of the District.
Justice Park District
Board of Commissioners
All meetings are held at the Park District, 7747 S. Oak Grove Avenue.
Louie and his family have lived in Justice for over twenty years; he enjoys working on cars as both a hobby and profession. Commissioner Longhi has been a Boy Scout Leader and Little League baseball Coach for numerous years, he especially proud of his appointment as Pet Parade Chairman for the past two years. Louie would like to see more residents come out and volunteer at park events.
Larry is a 49 year retired resident of Justice who likes biking, hiking, old cars, and maintaining his home. Larry enjoys walking around the park, participating in events and working with the park district. He states all these things help with trying to stay ahead of "father time.
Carrie Bernardoni was elected a Commissioner of the Justice Park District in April 2019. She is a graduate of Columbia College in Chicago with a degree in Marketing and Public Relations. She has extensive volunteer experience with ISD 109 where she helped revitalize the Parents for Education group. She is also an active volunteer in the Religious Education Department at Saint Patricia Parish. Carrie is employed as a Senior Property Tax Analyst. Carrie, her husband and their three daughters have lived in Justice since 2009.
Tabatha Sutera was elected as a Commissioner in April 2019 to the Justice Park Board. She has been a lifelong resident of Justice; she and her husband are now raising their four children in Justice. Tabatha has coached her daughter's softball team for three years, as well as assisting in coaching her youngest son's tee-ball team for the past two years. Tabatha is actively involved in the Parents For Education at Brodnicki in School District 109. Tabatha is employed as an assistant preschool teacher. Tabatha would like to see a vibrant park district with lots of energy and fun, interactive programs for our children, residents and families alike!