Brochure Winter 2019 - Page 11

NEW TRACK DOOR This winter, a track door is being installed and nonresidents will need to purchase a pass before January 1, 2019. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU? TRACK PASS PRICES FOR NONRESIDENTS Residents! Access to the track is free to all residents. You will be able to swipe your park district ID card for entry to the track. Don’t have a park district ID card? Stop by the fitness desk to get one. Note: Must show proof of residency. See page 41 for more details. Daily Fitness Pass $15 (includes access to Fitness Center) Park Center Health and Fitness Members! Access to the track is included within your fitness membership. You will be able to swipe your park district ID card for entry to the track. Nonresidents! Stop by the fitness desk to get an ID card and purchase a track pass. 10 Punch Track Pass $30 6 Month Track Pass $65 Annual Track Pass $100 GLENVIEW PARK DISTRICT REFERENDUM INITIATIVES Plans continue to evolve in the renovations of The Grove and the Glenview Ice Center following the successful passage of a $17 million referendum last March. ICE CENTER RENOVATION Preliminary timelines and design drafts are being refined with Williams Architects and construction manager, WB Olson. The engineering and construction permitting process with the village is in its beginning stages. We anticipate going to bid in early 2019 and hope to break ground in late spring. Schematic floor plans are being refined. This includes square footage. In reviewing options for the ProShop, the Park Board of Commissioners decided to move forward with a 1,000 square foot, full service ProShop which is larger than the present-day 700 square foot ProShop. THE GROVE IMPROVEMENTS We are in the early planning stages with the architect and exhibit designer on The Interpretive Center project. As for the front entrance modifications and Milwaukee Avenue access work, we are in the initial stages of the permitting process with the Village of Glenview and are sharing information about The Grove project with the village’s Building and Zoning, Engineering, Health and Fire departments. Feedback from the Village will be incorporated by staff and consultants into the construction plans. As referendum money is spent on these projects, the information will be publicly disclosed on the district’s website. OPEN SPACE FUND The voter-approved bond measure also includes the creation of a fund to purchase strategically-located open space around the district. The Park District recently applied for a Land and Water Conservation Fund land acquisition grant that would help leverage the open space fund with matching funds. The most up-to-date information can be found at glenviewparks.org/2018-bond-proposal-information. Park District Updates ▪ glenviewparks.org 7