COVID-19 February 2 Update

COVID-19 February 2 Update

February 2 Update - Phase 4 Update

It was announced today that Region 10, which includes the Park Ridge Park District, can move to Phase 4 effective immediately. Park District staff will make adjustments to our programs and facilities as allowed. Staff will contact participants with any changes that may impact their participation. If you have any questions, please contact staff. (Click the staff person's name to get their email address.)

Please remember, face coverings continue to be required in all our facilities and when participating in programs. This includes, but is not limited to: while exercising on fitness equipment, participating in group fitness classes, and while ice skating. Thank you for your continued support of the Park Ridge Park District. We hope to see you soon!

View the State's Phase 4 Guidelines

View the State's All Sports Policy

Centennial Fitness Center

The Centennial Fitness Center is operating at a maximum of 50% capacity at any given time. To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, facial coverings worn over both the nose and mouth are required at all times. We also continue to maintain social distancing guidelines as well as cleaning protocols to be in compliance with the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO). 

Facility Hours
Monday-Friday: 6:00am-8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am-2:00pm

Fitness Center members receive priority admission. If space allows, drop-in admission will be accepted for non-members. Swim times at the indoor pool is also available to members for advance reservations. If swim times are not reserved in advance by members, times will be available by drop-in for members and non-members.

Not a member and want to grab a workout? Call 847-692-5129 to check availability.

Non-Member Daily Rates
Youth (17 & Under): $5 Resident / $8 Non-Resident
Adult (18 & Older): $8 Resident / $12 Non-Resident



Call Justin at 847-692-5136 for a tour if you are interested in becoming a member.

Indoor Pool Family Rentals at the Centennial Fitness Center

Bring your family to swim at the Centennial Fitness Center's indoor pool! We are now offering pool rentals for families limited to 10 individuals who all reside in the same household. Please contact Ethan Williams at 847-692-8599 or for more information.

Oakton Ice Arena Public Skate Sessions

Public skate sessions have resumed. Advance registration online is required. A face covering must be worn at all times both on and off the ice. Skate rental is currently unavailable.

Public Skate Hours (February 1 - April 2)
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - Noon
Friday: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Saturday: 3:45pm-4:45pm
Sunday: 1:00pm-2:00pm

Fee: $6 per visit

SAVE with a Public Skate Pass!
Fee: $65 Resident / $95 Non-resident
Add'l Family Member: $35 Resident / $55 Non-resident
Passes are valid February 1 - December 31, 2021
Please be aware that all public sessions require pre-registration online. A Skating Pass does not guarantee admission.

Public Skating Group rates are available for schools, clubs, or groups of 10 or more. Email Jordan Mann at for more information.



Rentals Available

The Park Ridge Park District is accepting private rental requests for our indoor and outdoor facilities within the DCEO guidelines. Social events are limited to lesser of 50 guests OR 50% of overall room capacity. Pavilion rentals and picnic permits are also being accepted. Please complete an application to reserve your rental. If you have any questions, please contact


Registration for Winter Programs Continues

There's still time to register for in-person and online winter classes! Our winter brochure contains a number of programs that begin in February.


Registration is available online only. It is simple to register in real-time online for Park Ridge Park District classes with just a click! 


Need help registering? Please watch these short tutorials for more information:



If you need further assistance logging in online, resetting your password, or with any part of registration, please contact and customer service staff with assist you.

January 23 Update - Tier 1 Update

It was announced Saturday morning that Region 10, which includes the Park Ridge Park District, can move to Tier 1 effective immediately. Park District staff will make adjustments to our programs and facilities as allowed. Staff will contact participants with any changes that may impact their participation. If you have any questions, please contact staff. (Click the staff person's name to get their email address.) Please remember, face coverings continue to be required in all our facilities and when participating in programs.

View the State's Tier 1 Resurgence Mitigations

View the State's All Sports Policy

January 20 Update - Tier 2 Programs and Facilities Update

It was announced Monday afternoon that Region 10, which includes the Park Ridge Park District, can move to Tier 2 effective immediately. The following are the changes that will take place with Tier 2:

  • Centennial Fitness Center remains open with a capacity limit of 50%.
    • Indoor Group Fitness classes resume and are limited to 10 people. Keep checking the schedule; we are adding more classes. Many in-person classes will be offered simultaneously with virtual classes, please select the correct option when reserving your spot. Virtual only Group Fitness Classes will also continue to be offered. Reserve your spot in class.
    • Face coverings must be worn at all times in the Centennial Fitness Center, including while engaged in individual exercise regardless of person or machine spacing.
    • Pickleball resumes on January 24, limited to groups of four at a time, face coverings required at all times.
      • NEW HOURS (subject to change at any time)
      • Sundays 8:00am-10:00am,
      • Tuesday 1:15pm-3:15pm
      • Fridays 11:00am-1:00pm
    • Racquetball and Wallyball resume, limited to two players, face coverings required at all times. Call the front desk for reservations.
    • Open Gym Basketball resumes January 25 for shooting hoops ONLY. Advanced reservation required, ONE player per hoop, face coverings required at all times. Reserve your spot.
  • The Indoor Pools remain open. Beginning on Wednesday, January 27, up to two people will be allowed in a lap lane on an alternating schedule. View the pool lane schedule. Reserve your swim time in advance.
  • Indoor recreational classes can resume with groups no larger than 10 people. Participants will be contacted with specific program updates.
  • Sports groups, whether indoors or outdoors, are limited to 10 or fewer. Overall capacity is limited to the lesser of 25 guests or 25% of overall room capacity both indoors and outdoors. Groups may not comingle, interchange, or interact with one another.
  • Private rentals can resume with restrictions, limited to 10 guests in both indoor and outdoor settings. Please contact for more information.

The Illinois Department of Public Health will continue to track the positivity rate in our region and updates concerning the Park District will be posted to

Beyond the Bell Begins Monday, January 25

The Beyond the Bell (BTB) Before and After School Program will once again be offered at School District 64 sites starting on Monday, January 25! BTB is only available on the days your student is attending in-person learning. Options are available for Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday. Please know, there will be no proration if you choose not to attend both of your registered days. You can also register for Wednesday, if needed, on the days you attend in-person learning.

More information about the BTB program and our COVID safety measures are available on our website at If you have any questions, please email Robin Battaglia.

The registration deadline to attend BTB next week is Thursday, January 21 at Noon.


Camp Ridge Available

Does your child need stimulation, socialization or a different view from their e-learning desk? Camp Ridge is a great place to e-learn, meet new friends, and have fun. Our staff has been supervising e-learning since the start of the school year. They are knowledgeable and compassionate instructors that can help guide your e-learner through their day. Camper must be self-sufficient in completing their remote learning tasks and assignments. Staff are recreation leaders and not educators.

When not e-learning, your child can enjoy the beautiful 10-acre Maine Park campus with supervised socially distant crafts, science experiments, games in the gym, outdoor activities (weather permitting), trips to the playground, and hikes through the prairie. Register for the schedule that works best for you. Options include half days, whole days, partial weeks or full weeks. If one of our options does not meet your needs please contact us and we will work with you to create a custom schedule.


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Giving Back
Several participants have asked how they can help the Park District. If you’re looking to provide assistance in some way, we invite you to direct your support to the Park Ridge Friends of the Parks. The Park Ridge Friends of the Parks is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that raises funds to support Park Ridge Park District parks, facilities, and programs. Currently, the organization is accepting donations for the Park District’s scholarship program, which provides at-need residents with financial assistance to participate in Park District programs. Additionally, the Friends of the Parks is engaging in a capital fundraising campaign to build an outdoor nature classroom for the Wildwood Nature Center Preschool program located at the Maine Park Leisure Center. You can learn more about the Park Ridge Friends of the Parks and these efforts at If you wish to donate a portion of your refund credit to the Park Ridge Friends of the Parks, please email and let us know the amount and if you would like your donation directed to the scholarship program, the outdoor nature classroom, or wherever it is needed most in the Park District. You donation is tax-deductible, and greatly appreciated.