December 31, 2021:
An Important Update Regarding CCDPH Mitigation Order 2021-11
- Any program or activity for individuals 18 and under.
- Spectators of indoor sports where no food or beverage is being served.
- Individuals of all ages participating in special recreation programs.
At this time, vaccine proof will still be required for individuals over 18 participating in any athletic and fitness program effective January 3, 2022.
Proof of vaccination for COVID-19 will be verified prior to or upon entering for all athletic and fitness participants over 18. Additionally, those over 18 years old must provide a photo ID. Submit proof via file upload
Acceptable forms of vaccination proof include:
- A CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card; or
- An official immunization record from the jurisdiction, state, or country where the vaccine was administered; or
- An 'app' that provides a digital record of vaccinations; orA digital or physical photo of such a card or record that includes the individual's name, the vaccine brand administered, and the date the vaccination was administered.
- Two weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series with approved COVID-19 vaccine, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
- Two weeks after a single-dose series with an approved COVID-19 vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine
Face coverings continue to be required for all patrons age 2 and older who visit our facilities.
Refund and fee proration:
- Participants over 18 who are not vaccinated will be eligible for credits, refunds or pro-rated refunds based on their enrollment participation.
This Order is a Cook County Department of Public Health Order.Please understand the Park District and all other public and private Cook County businesses and organizations providing these types of recreation activities must adhere to the Order. Residents are encouraged to contact Cook County with any concerns at [email protected].
Thank you for your continued patience and kindness towards our staff as we navigate this latest mitigation from Cook County. Our goal is to make this transition as seamless as possible. Please at all times, be respectful to our staff.
Rolling Meadows Park District continues to monitor and follow the health and safety guidelines provided by the State of Illinois. The Park District recognizes the importance of recreation for overall physical and mental health and will continue to inspire our community to live happier and healthier lives by providing exceptional opportunities to play, learn, and grow while following health and safety guidelines.
Rolling Meadows Park District is located in the Illinois Department of Public Health's Region 10, Suburban Cook County. The region is currently operating under Phase 5 and All Sports Policy guidelines as defined in the Restore Illinois framework. Application of mitigations varies by type of activity and location. Rolling Meadows Park District will utilize resources provided by the State of Illinois to conduct activities in a manner that enforces applicable guidelines. The level of community transmission in Cook County is high. In accordance with the Illinois Department of Public Health, the following guidelines have been updated:
- BOTH Vaccinated and Unvaccinated individuals are REQUIRED to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces.
As we have learned throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important team members, participants, and guests feel comfortable and safe within Park District facilities. While we are excited to be fully reopened, the health and safety of everyone, especially our most vulnerable patron.
Thank you for your cooperation.