Glenview Park District Announces New Superintendent of Park and Facility Services

The Glenview Park District announces Tim Beckmann as its new Superintendent of Park and Facility Services. In this role, Beckmann will be responsible for the maintenance, repair and renovation of all parks, playgrounds, sports fields, outdoor courts and district-wide facility needs. Beckmann will also be responsible for strengthening and maintaining strong community and intergovernmental relationships and developing strategic planning for land development, usage and acquisition. His term begins May 5.

“I am excited to be joining an award-winning operational team that takes pride in its history, culture, safety and innovation to improve overall operations,” said Beckmann.

Beckmann comes to the GPD with 12 years of unique and specialized experience in facility management, human resources, project management and risk management. Beckmann most recently held the role of Superintendent of Facilities and Planning with the Buffalo Grove Park District. During his time at Buffalo Grove, he focused on building a safe and team-oriented culture for the park and facilities staff.

Beckmann has a Bachelor of Science from Illinois State University in Recreation and Park Administration and a Master of Business Administration from North Park University. Additionally, Beckmann has completed the National Park and Recreation Association’s Park and Recreation Maintenance Management School and its Revenue Development and Management School. He has also been a Certified Park and Recreation Professional since 2014, Certified Playground Inspector, Certified Pool and Spa Operator and PDRMA Safety Coordinator.

Beckmann expressed he is eager to join the team at the Glenview Park District and to continue providing outstanding park and facility amenities to the community of Glenview.

“I’m really looking forward to working cross-functionally within the park district to continue to meet ‘Gold Medal’ standards in providing quality recreational programs, facilities and open spaces to the community of Glenview,” said Beckmann.