Community Event Sign Advertise your upcoming community activity on the digital Community Event Sign located in William Friedrich Memorial Park on Washington Street. Details can be found online at napervilleparks.org/ communityeventsignapplication . Naperville Trail System Naperville has a regional trail system that is designed to accommodate ease of travel from north, south, east and west. For more information, visit napervilleparks.org/ trails . SHARE THE TRAILS With so many people using our trails in different ways, the Naperville Park District reminds its trail users of simple practices to help provide a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Learn about our trail rules and etiquette: napervilleparks.org/ShareTheTrails. Naperville Park District and the ADA The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) took effect in January 1990 and the Naperville Park District complies with the legislation’s purpose which prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability. The Naperville Park District will make reasonable accommodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability that meets essential eligibility requirements for that leisure program and facility. The ADA requires that recreation programs offered by the Park District be available in the most integrated setting appropriate for each individual. If you have questions about the Naperville District’s commitment regarding the ADA policy or you believe you have been unfairly discriminated against by the Park District, please call the Park District at 630-848-5000. Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities: Persons with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Park District at 630-848-5000 about special accommodations needed for the enjoyment of Park District programs. View the Naperville Park District's Accessibility and Inclusion information: napervilleparks. org/accessibilitystatement Dogs in Parks Leashed and attended dogs are welcome in many of our parks, provided their owners clean up after them. Pets are prohibited in areas where signage states in addition to picnic areas, athletic fields and children’s play areas. Pet owners walking their dogs on the Riverwalk, through Knoch Knolls or DuPage River parks and several other park locations, may use the “Mutt Mitts,” which are provided for their convenience. In other areas pet owners are asked to bring a scooper or provide their own waste collection container.
Photo/Video Policy Photos and video footage are periodically taken of people participating in a Park District program or activity, attending a class or event, or using District facilities or property. Please be aware that by registering for a program or class, participating in an activity, attending an event, or using District facilities or property, you authorize the District to use these photos and video footage for promotional purposes in District publications, advertising, marketing materials, brochures, event flyers, social media (including Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media sites operated by the District), and the District’s website without additional prior notice or permission and without any compensation to you. All photos and videos are property of the District. Powered by the Sun Solar panels are bringing clean, renewable energy to four different Naperville park and facility locations: • Nike Sports Complex • Knoch Knolls Nature Center • Knoch Park • Fort Hill Activity Center Look for colorful, educational signs at these parks that explain the benefits of solar energy. Read more about our solar energy systems at napervilleparks.org/ greeninitiatives . Remembrance Program The Park District’s Remembrance Program provides visible and meaningful ways to commemorate an event or memorialize an individual. Several remembrance/ dedication options with varying fees are offered: • Tree planted in a park with a custom bronze plaque • Custom home plate-shaped plaque installed at Knoch Park Memorial Field • Park bench, picnic table or small shelter (costs vary) For questions and orders regarding trees/plaques or Memorial Field plaques, please call: 630-848-5010. For questions regarding benches, picnic tables or shelters, please call 630-848-3572.
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