The Bloomingdale Park District has the following updates due to Illinois moving into Tier 3 of the Restore Illinois Resurgence effective 12:01 a.m., November 20.
- The Johnston Recreation Center remains open, including the Registration Desk, B-Fit Center, Little Acorn Academy, and Kids' Place before- and after-school care and remote learning.
Temporary Registration Desk & B-Fit Center Hours
- The B-Fit Center is limited to 5 people at a time.
- To make a reservation, call (630) 529-3650.
- Face coverings must be worn at all times, including while engaged in individual exercise regardless of person or machine spacing.
- Individual personal training remains okay.
- Temporary B-Fit Center Hours
- The Westfield Walking Track remains open. Reservations are required by calling Westfield Gym Office at (630) 671-5343.
Temporary Westfield Walking Track Hours
- All indoor group fitness and youth programming classes are paused until further notice. Program participants will be notified by Park District staff with any updates to programs in which they are enrolled.
- Room rentals and birthday parties are suspended until further notice.
- The roller rink remains open. The ice rink will be open this winter (weather permitting).
- Parks and playgrounds remain open with the following conditions:
- No groups of more than 10 people.
- Keep socially-distanced (6 feet)
- Exhibiting symptoms? Stay home.
- Parents are responsible for their children to follow all rules.
- Playgrounds are not disinfected, and visitors use playgrounds at their own risk.
According to the State, the mitigations will be evaluated after 14 days. The Bloomingdale Park District also will review prior to the 14-day period.
Please remember that parks and open space remain open. Spending time outdoors in parks is an excellent stress reliever and a scientifically-proven method for lowering stress hormone levels, decreasing blood pressure and improving mood. Complete Tier 3 COVID 19 Resurgence Mitigations
The Park District continues to closely monitor guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health, Park District Risk Management Association, and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and rely on their expertise and recommendations to continue to inform decisions.
Information and updates about closures and restrictions will continue to be communicated through the Park District’s website, social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and email.