Restore Illinois - Tier 3 Update
Effective November 20, 2020, all regions in the State will operate under the new Tier 3 Mitigation requirements to combat the surge of COVID-19 across Illinois. These new requirements will have an impact on many Park District programs, activities and events. The Park District team has been busy at work preparing an array of in-person individual training options; along with virtual and Recreate At Home opportunities to be released after Thanksgiving. Please keep checking rmparks.org for details. You can register for programs here.
The Rolling Meadows Park District continues to be committed to the health and safety of participants, guests and team members while also providing opportunities for individual growth and community connections through parks and recreation. The Park District is strictly following the mandates and recommendations established by the IDPH and the Governor's Restore Illinois Guidelines. It is our understanding IDPH will continue to track positivity rates and hospital capacity metrics in regions over a 14-day monitoring period to determine if mitigations can be relaxed, if additional mitigations are required, or if current mitigation should remain in place.
Please explore below precautions and Tier 3 Mitigation requirements we have implemented at all facilities and for all programs, activities and events:
- Face coverings are required upon entry to and while inside all areas of Park District buildings; including while exercising or participating in individual training.
- In-person group programs, activities and events (excluding Preschool and Virtual Instruction Childcare) are on an adaptive pause. The Park District will offer programs and activities virtually when able, along with in-person individual training options. Please contact Customer Service at 847-818-3200 x 1221 with questions.
- Drop-in programs are not permitted at this time.
- Gatherings and rentals may not be hosted at this time.
- Continue social distancing of at least 6 ft.
- Wash and sanitize hands frequently.
- Stay home if you're not feeling well.
Posted on: Thu November 19, 2020