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The State of Illinois will move into Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan on Friday, June 26. Facial coverings and social distancing are still required in Phase 4, and – unless otherwise noted – gatherings are limited up to 50 people and/or 50% of the facility capacity. See below for details on specific industries.

Indoor/Outdoor Dining:

  • Restaurants and bars can resume indoor dining

    • A minimum of six feet must be maintained between tables, groups of 10 or less can be seated together, and standing areas (e.g., bars, waiting areas) must be less than 25% of their capacity

    • Face coverings are required for all employees and guests, except when eating or drinking

Indoor/Outdoor Recreation and Sports:

  • Spring Lake Beach and other recreational swimming will reopen

    • Spring Lake Beach will not be protected by lifeguards this year. Persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or other responsible person at least 16 years of age. Swimming alone is not recommended.

    • Beach tags and daily passes are not required.

    • Public bathrooms at Spring Lake Park will open
  • Village parks

    • Picnic shelters will reopen, but outdoor playgrounds will remain closed

    • Public water fountains will remain closed

    • Residents are responsible for ensuring social distancing and personal sanitizing while enjoying the Village’s parks and paths

    • Public bathrooms will be open
  • Drills, practices, lessons, and competitive tournaments can resume

    • Venues can operate at a 50% facility capacity, 20% seating capacity for spectators, and groups up to 50

Theaters/Performing Arts:

  • Ticketed shows for live or pre-recorded performances can open

  • General admission and standing room only shows cannot open

  • Concessions are allowed with restrictions

  • Face coverings are required for all employees and patrons, except when eating or drinking.

Meeting/Social Events:

  • Hotel meeting rooms and ballrooms, and other indoor/outdoor event venues can reopen. Stadiums, arenas, and other mass gathering venues remain closed

Offices:

  • Non-customer-facing offices can operate at 50% office capacity

Health and Fitness Centers, Retail, Customer-Facing/Non-Customer-Facing:

  • Can reopen at 50% facility capacity

Personal Care Services:

  • Services that can be completed while wearing a face-covering can be performed, including hairdryers and blow-dry services

Day Camps:

  • Recreational, educational, and religious day camps (not licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services) can reopen.

    • No overnight camps

  • 50% of facility capacity with groups sizes of 15 participants or fewer

    • Limited to 10 participants in programs with changing participants week-to-week

Click HERE For more information about Phase 4 guidelines.