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Effective Friday, November 20, Salt Creek Park District will institute several modifications and changes to park and recreation programs, events and activities in accordance with State of Illinois’ Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigation plan.  Below are updates on program offerings, facilities and rentals.

  • Group Fitness Classes will be changed to Virtual classes.
  • Some special events have been cancelled or changed to virtual events.
  • Outdoor group activities limited to 10 persons or less, participants/guests must wear face coverings at all times.

Board of Commissioner Seat Opening (6 year term) Resident candidates considering running may pick up an election packet from Rose Park Office at 530 South Williams Ave. Election date is April 6th, 2021.  Filing of nomination papers begins December 14th, 2020 at 8:30am.  The last day to file nomination papers is December 21st, 2020 at 5:00pm.

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Resident Information

WHO IS A SALT CREEK RURAL PARK DISTRICT RESIDENT?

If your place of residence falls within park boundaries, a portion of your or your landlord’s real estate taxes go to the Salt Creek Park District.

In exchange, you may receive a discounted price for park district programs or on use of facilities, as well as the possibility of an earlier sign up date. You would be considered a non-resident at all other park districts.

If you reside in an unincorporated area and pay no park district taxes, you are considered a non-resident at all park districts. Your tax bill and your voter’s registration card indicate which, if any, park district receives tax dollars from you.

The Salt Creek Rural Park District encompasses the southeast corner of Palatine, a north central portion of Rolling Meadows and a small section in west central Arlington Heights. Refer to the map below.

WHY DO I NEED A RESIDENT ID?

Residents of Salt Creek Park District must have a photo identification card to receive resident rates. These cards allow you and your family members reduced rates on most Park District programs and resident rates for golf and fishing at Twin Lakes! You must present your card to receive discounted rates. Card is also good for receiving reciprocal rates at Rolling Meadows, Arlington Heights, and Palatine Park Districts. See below for a list of what is offered at our partner park districts.


RECIPROCAL AGREEMENTS

The Salt Creek Rural Park District has a reciprocal agreement with Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows and Palatine Park Districts. Since the Salt Creek Rural Park District does not offer swimming programs, cultural arts programs, ice skating, gymnastics and a selection of other programs, we have sought out other districts to supplement our recreation offerings to you.

Residents of the Salt Creek Park District may use their resident I.D. cards to gain access to different activities at the Arlington Heights, Palatine and Rolling Meadows Park Districts. In order to take advantage of these reciprocal agreements, Salt Creek residents must obtain a Salt Creek Park District I.D. for $4 at the Twin Lakes Recreation Area.

ROLLING MEADOWS PARK DISTRICT

Salt Creek Residents may enjoy resident rates for the following programs through Rolling Meadows:
• Fitness Center
• Gymnastics
• Swimming Pool Passes
• Swim Lessons
• Ice skating lessons
• Ice Hockey
• Figure Skating
• Selected Recreation Programs

FITNESS CENTER

Rolling Meadows fitness center has a variety of Pre-Cor machines, stair-master and treadmills. Call 847-818-3214Call: 847-818-3214 for more information.

GYMNASTICS

Qualified instructors will be coaching children in the Rolling Meadows state of the art gymnastics facility located in the Sports Complex. Gym clothing or leotards and tights should be worn to class. All classes meet one hour for seven weeks. Note: The gymnastics program at Rolling Meadows Park District is offered for Salt Creek Rural Park District residents.

SWIMMING POOLS

There are a variety of swimming programs offered through Rolling Meadows Park District. Swim lessons are available June through August. Pool passes can be purchased at the Sports Complex, 3900 Owl Drive, Rolling Meadows. For more Information on specific classes, call Rolling Meadows Park District at 847-818-3200Call: 847-818-3200.

ICE ARENAS

The two ice arenas offer a variety of programs: ice skating lessons for participants of all ages, open skate, competition skating, ice shows, figure skating, ice hockey and much more. The Rolling Meadows Sports Complex is located at 3900 Owl Drive in Rolling Meadows. For more information call 847-818-3210Call: 847-818-3210. West Meadows is located at 3939 Winnetka, also in Rolling Meadows. Call 847-398-2700Call: 847-398-2700 for further information.

ROLLING MEADOWS PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS MAY ENJOY GOLF PROGRAMS, GREENS FEES AND FISHING AT RESIDENT RATES.

Arlington HEIGHTS PARK DISTRICT

You may enjoy resident rates at Arlington Heights Park District for the following programs:
• Swimming Pool Passes
• Swim Lessons
• Swim Programs
• Cultural Arts Programs
• Recreation Programs
Salt Creek Rural Park District residents are able to register for Arlington Heights programs at resident rates during the non-resident registration times. Contact the Arlington Heights Park District at 847-577-3000Call: 847-577-3000.
*ARLINGTON HEIGHTS PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS MAY ENJOY FISHING AND GREENS FEES AT RESIDENT RATES.

PALATINE PARK DISTRICT

Salt Creek residents will receive resident rates at Palatine Park District for the following programs:
• Swimming Pool Passes
• Swim Lessons
• Swim Programs
For more information on these reciprocal programs, please call Palatine Park District at 847-991-0333Call: 847-991-0333.
*PALATINE PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS MAY ENJOY RESIDENT RATES FOR FISHING.

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