Bolingbrook Park District Introduces New Changes to Benefit Residents

Exciting changes have come to Bolingbrook Park District to help better serve residents.  First, the full Summer Program Guide is now in a digital-only format and a smaller version has been mailed to all Bolingbrook residents.  Secondly, there are big changes to simply the registration process. 

The digital-only version of the program guide allows programming information to be updated quickly to adapt to the changing environment as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  To find the program guide, follow these easy steps:

1. Visit www.bolingbrookparks.org

2. Scroll down until you see the Summer Program Guide Cover

3. Click the button that says “View Program Guide”

4. Scroll through and find your fun!

“We understand that these are difficult times for a lot of people.  We want to make sure that we’re able to adapt quickly and provide the most current programming information to maximize the amount of fun,” said executive director, Ron Oestreich.

After listening to feedback regarding the registration process, Bolingbrook Park District has made it easier to register for programs and services.  There is no longer any additional paperwork or for physical resident ID’s to register for programs.  All patrons will need to do to set-up a household is provide a valid drivers’ license, state or school identification.

“This is a great change for us. It will get people in the doors easier and get them to the fun faster,” said Oestreich. “I’m really proud of the work our teams have done to give residents the best possible experience.”

To learn more about the resident ID process, please visit www.bolingbrookparks.org/residentID