Indoor Track

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We have good news to share! As the weather starts to get cooler with less options to exercise outdoors, we’ve reopened our indoor track.

Due to capacity limits, ONLY Glenview residents and Park Center Health & Fitness members will be allowed to use the track at this time. Residents are allowed to use the track free of charge with advanced reservations. Track capacity is limited to ten users per time block and face coverings are required when entering the building and utilizing the track. Additional safety protocols will be required as outlined below.

Reservations Required
Reservations can be made up to three days in advance. Time slots are available in 45 minute time blocks and limited to two reservations per person, per week.
 
To reserve a time block online, a household ID # and active pass is required. Track passes are free for residents. If you do not already have a track pass, you can request one be added to your account by emailing your name and household ID# to sara.koman@glenviewparks.org or calling the fitness desk at 847-657-3249. If you don’t know your Household Number, click here for detailed instructions to obtain a Household Number and our registration procedures during COVID-19.

Reservations can be made by clicking the button below.  

Indoor Track Hours                         
Park Center’s indoor track will be available to walk or run for 45 minute time blocks with 15 minutes in between for our staff to thoroughly clean and sanitize.  At this time, the track will remain closed on Sundays.

New Entrance Location
To access the indoor track, you must check in at the West Entrance of Park Center, closest to Attea Middle School. A Park Center employee will check you in upon arrival and ask a few health related questions.
 
Keeping Our Track Users Safe
Our team is working hard on the plans to operate the track with a number of provisions to protect the safety of our customers, employees and community.  We believe the track can open while maintaining safe physical distancing between individuals, capacity limits and rigorous sanitizing protocols.  We are committed to safety and have plans in place allowing patrons to exercise with as little contact as possible while adhering to the guidelines set forth by the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity.

Here are just a few of the changes you can expect at the track:

  • Residents and members will be required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • All track participants will utilize the outside lane and pass on the inside lane. The middle lane will not be available.
  • Bring your own water bottle, face covering and towel. Drinking fountains will not be available.
  • Participants will go through basic health screening questions upon checking in to keep everyone safe. Users should take their temperature prior to arrival.
  • You will not be allowed to walk/run next to anyone to assure physical distancing and allow room for others to pass with adequate space.
  • Staff are frequently disinfecting common touch points.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be available at the track entrance and exit.