Prospect Heights Park District

Park District


Data year



$2 million

Total expenditure


Median salary


The median salary in Prospect Heights Park District is higher than 34.17% of Park District median salaries in Illinois.

Prospect Heights Park District spent more on payroll in 2017 than 58.33% of other employers in the Park District category.

The highest spending department in Prospect Heights Park District is the Recreation, with an annual payroll expenditure of $278,696.

Employees View all (188)

Top earners in Prospect Heights Park District

Name Position Department Salary
Marc J Heidkamp Director Of Golf Prospect Heights Park District Golf $125,925
Christina Ferraro Executive Director Prospect Heights Park District Administration $101,466
Dwight X. Squiers Superintendent Of Parks & Facilities Prospect Heights Park District Maintenance $75,793
Gerald J Arden Superintendent Of Grounds Prospect Heights Park District Grounds $73,100
Michael J Arden Mechanic Prospect Heights Park District Grounds $71,313

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Departments View all (19)

Top-spending departments in Prospect Heights Park District

Department Number of employees Median salary Total expenditure
Recreation 14 $19,907 $279k
Golf 19 $13,038 $248k
Administration 5 $48,845 $244k
Grounds 3 $65,748 $197k
Maintenance 5 $33,870 $169k

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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