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Cook County Department of Public Health Order 2021-11

In accordance with the Cook County Department of Public Health Order 2021-11, the Salt Creek Park District will require proof of vaccination to enter our facilities effective Monday, January 3, 2022. This order states all recreation centers in Cook County must require any individual 18 years of age and older to show proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with an approved vaccine in order to participate in fitness or athletic programs. In addition, facilities must require patrons ages 18 and older to show identification (including but not limited to: driver’s license, passport, government ID, work or school ID) with information that corresponds to the vaccination proof.

Additionally, any indoor facility rental where food and/or beverage is served also requires all attendees to be vaccinated. All participants must continue to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth at all times while inside Salt Creek Park District facilities and practice social distancing whenever possible. Proof of vaccination for COVID-19 and photo ID will be checked upon entering for all fitness & athletic participants. Thank you for your cooperation!

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Freedom of Information Act

ILLINOIS FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

In compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, the Salt Creek Rural Park District provides the following information to assist citizens who ask for access to records authorized under the Act.

The request for access to public records must be made in writing. A written request does not have to be made on a standard form, though the Salt Creek Rural Park District does provide a Freedom of Information Form or at the Park District’s Administration Office at 530 S. Williams Avenue, Palatine, IL  60074. You may submit your written request in person at the address listed below – or via mail, fax, or email.

Moira Palmer – FOIA Officer Salt Creek Rural Park District
530 S. Williams Avenue
Palatine, IL  60074
Fax: 847-259-9975
E-mail: mpalmer@saltcreekpd.com

When submitting your written request, please be as specific as possible. The Freedom of Information Act is designed to allow you to receive and/or inspect copies of records. It is not designed to require a public body to answer questions.

When a written request for records has been submitted, the Park District must provide access to those records and/or copies of them within five (5) business days. Under certain circumstances, this time limit may be extended for five (5) more business days. Notice of this five day extension must be sent to the person requesting the records.

Please indicate if your request is for a commercial purpose. If so, the Park District must provide access to the records and/or copies of them within twenty-one (21) business days. (It is a violation of the Act for a person to knowingly obtain a public record for a commercial purpose without disclosing that it is for a commercial purpose.)

Please let us know if you would like a copy of the requested records or if you would like to examine the records in person (at the address listed above). There is no fee for up to 50 pages of standard paper copies. For more than 50 copies, there is a fee of .15 cents per page. You are permitted to ask for a waiver of copying fees. To do so, please include the following statement on your written request, “I request a waiver of all fees associated with this request.” You must include a specific explanation as to why your request for information merits a fee waiver.

Please include your full name, telephone number(s), mailing address, and/or e-mail address with your request.


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