Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Updates

As the situation remains fluid, we will continue to closely monitor the local, state, and national responses, follow the recommendations put forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and stay in communication with the Village of Glen Ellyn, School District 41, CCSD 89, and Glenbard High School District 87. Additional updates will be posted on this page.

January 6, 2022: Spectator, Face Covering, and Parking Reminders

Due to the current surge in Covid-19 transmissions, the Glen Ellyn Park District is encouraging patrons to limit the number spectators/attendees at indoor events and programs within District facilities, including Winter Youth Basketball games and the Indoor Soccer league. Supervisors will email program specific guidance as needed to registered participants.

As a reminder, all individuals 2 years or age and over who can medically tolerate a face covering are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when in an indoor public place per Executive Order 21-22.

With many District programs starting this week, be sure to allow additional time for parking and use caution when driving through District lots. In addition, please stay home if you are feeling sick or are experiencing and Covid-19 symptoms in order to reduce community spread.

August 30, 2021: Updated Mask Guidance

On Thursday, August 26, Governor Pritzker reinstituted a statewide mask mandate. This new guidance requires that all individuals two years of age and older who are able to medically tolerate a face covering to wear one in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status.

Per the mandate, effective Monday, August 30, face coverings will be required for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, while visiting Glen Ellyn Park District indoor facilities or while participating in indoor programs and activities.

We appreciate your cooperation as we continue to navigate this challenging time together.

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