Library, Parks & Schools


Public Art
Geneva Public Library
127 James St.
Geneva, IL

Geneva Public Library District is committed to providing access to the universe of information, which contributes to the intellectual, social, cultural, and recreational growth of the community it serves. The library offers a variety of programs for children, teens, and adults.

Regular Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.
Holiday Closings


Peck Farm Park
Geneva Park District
Sunset Community Center
710 Western Ave.
Geneva, IL

The mission of the Geneva Park District is to provide recreational programs, facilities, and open space that will enhance the quality of life for residents of all age groups and abilities.

Established in 1953, the Geneva Park District began with four parks: Wheeler, Dryden, Island and McKinley Park. From four parks and a small number of athletic programs, the district has grown to 50 parks, occupying more than 700 acres and 3,000 recreation programs offered annually.

During the span of more than 50 years, the Park District has made great strides in meeting the needs of a growing community.
The district has constructed bike/pedestrian trails, playgrounds and parks, athletic fields, an outdoor aquatic center & water spray ground, a community center, a recreation center, two fitness centers, a skate park and a disc golf course as well as acquired many acres of open space.

The Park District has 40,000 program participants and more than 200,000 visitors to their facilities. The district offers various programs, which include preschool, a before & after school program, arts and crafts, trips, special events, athletics, dance, martial arts, gymnastics, tumbling, camps, toddler, youth, and adult programs. Check out the Park District's events calendar for more details.

List of Geneva Parks
In addition, the City of Geneva has partnered with the Geneva Park District and the Forest Preserve District of Kane County to create a Community Garden.


Geneva Community Unit School District 304Geneva High School

Geneva Community Unit School District 304 is a growing district with more than 6,000 students in nine schools. The District encompasses 23 square miles and is comprised of one high school (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 6-8), and six neighborhood elementary schools (grades K-5). Geneva High School has tripled in size in the last 20 years and currently serves 2,000 students.

The common vision of all members of Geneva School District 304 is to assist every student to become: self-directed, life-long learners; effective communicators; complex, creative, and adaptive thinkers; and collaborative workers/citizens.

The community holds high expectations for student performance, and student achievement levels far exceed state and national norms. Parent involvement and support is well established in the school district.

As a high-achieving school district, Geneva School District staff members work to continually recognize and build on past successes and strengths, referred to as the District’s “Tradition of Excellence.” At the basis of these strengths is a supportive and involved community. The people living in Geneva are dedicated to excellence in education and support of students. This community support is also evident in the many partnerships with local governmental bodies and other entities in support of Geneva’s students.