Park Place Family Recreation Center in partnership with RUSH Physical Therapy To Undergo Schedule Changes and Closures Amid Renovations
The Streamwood Park District will begin the next round of renovations to Park Place Family Recreation Center in partnership with RUSH Physical Therapy with the replacement of the hallway and lobby floors. Park Place will have new flooring for the first time since the building’s opening in 1996.
The floor replacement project will be done in three (3) phases. Phase 1 begins Monday, December 20, and includes the replacement of the hallway floors within the Building Block Preschool Wing. The timing was done purposely so as to not interfere with preschool operating hours. Building Block Preschool will be on hiatus for School District U-46 winter break. Phase 1 is scheduled to be complete by January 3, 2022.
Phase 2 includes all lower-level hallway flooring. All lower-level access (gymnasium, RUSH Physical Therapy, aquatic center, meeting rooms) will be restricted from patron use. RUSH PT will operate in the Building Block Preschool wing during phase 2.
Phase 3 of the floor replacement includes the upper level of Park Place (lobby & fitness center). Once the flooring is complete, the replacement of the Fitness and Registration workstations will take place. During phase 3, the main entrance will be closed off, and patrons will be required to use the facility doors on the southeast corner of the facility in the lower parking lot. Patrons will be restricted from using any portion of the upper level of Park Place.
Superintendent of Parks & Planning Ian Pickett is looking forward to getting started on the project. “After 25 years, Park Place is in need of functional and aesthetic updates. The new flooring and workstations will provide both. We are excited to get this project started, and can’t wait to share these improvements with the public.”.
Members who have passes for the fitness center, gymnasium, and/or aquatic center will have access to the Bartlett Community Center gym and pool during phases 2 and 3. Members will need to use their Streamwood Park District keyfob to show proof of membership.
For additional information on Park Place Family Recreation Center in partnership with RUSH Physical Therapy closures and schedule changes, please contact Superintendent of Recreation Steve Muenz at 630.483.3091 or email@example.com.