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4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

Online

24/7 registration at ZionParkDistrict.com. Individuals & families registering for passes, programs, or events MUST have a Community Pass Household Account. Previous household accounts are no longer active. Once a family account has been created, you will have the ability to register & pay online with a credit card.

How to Create a Family Account
1. Go to ZionParkDistrict.com and click on “Online Registration”.

2. From the Zion Park District Community Pass login homepage click on the “Create an Account” tab.

3. On the next page complete the “Account Creation” fields and click on “Create” at the bottom of the page.

4. You must have a valid email address to create a family account. Your address should include North, South, East, West (if applicable) as well as Street, Lane, Court, Avenue etc., in order for the system to recognize your address.

5. On the next page you will see the Community Pass Privacy Statement. After reading, click ‘Accept.’ Then click ‘Finish.’

6. Please save your login and password for future use. When creating your account, add all family members now. Please note that only one account per family is permitted.

IN PERSON

Visit the Zion Park District Leisure Center Office at
2400 Dowie Memorial Drive, Zion, IL 60099.

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, Closed Sunday

• Read, sign, and complete the waiver and registration form.
• Check should be made payable to Zion Park District for the total fee.

MAIL IN

Mail to the Zion Park District, Attention: Registration,
2400 Dowie Memorial Drive, Zion, IL 60099

• Read, sign, and enclose the waiver and registration form.
• Check should be made payable to the Zion Park District for the total fee.

FAX

Fax to 847-746-5506 Attention Registration

• Read, sign, and complete the waiver and registration form.
• Faxed registrations must include a payment through VISA, MC, DISC, or AMEX.

IMPORTANT DETAILS

• Participation will be denied if the signature of adult participant or parent/guardian and date are not completed on registration form.
• All forms will be processed in the order they are received.
• Non-Residents must pay all applicable Non-Resident fees at the time of registration.
• Registrations that do not include the necessary Non Resident fees will not be processed.
• It is highly recommended that you register as soon as possible to avoid class cancellations.
• Fees are subject to change without notice.

 

Non-Resident Info

Non-residents are welcome to participate in Zion Park District programs and activities. Many of these programs require that a non-resident pay an additional out-of-district fee. The non-resident fee options are listed below.

  1. Single program fee – This is an additional fee paid per program. The amount varies with each program. Check individual program listings.
  2. Pass fee – This is an additional fee paid when a season pass is purchased. The amount varies according to the type of pass purchased. These fees are listed next to the pass prices.

Often times a question arises as to who is a resident of the Park District. A resident must live within the boundaries of Zion Park District. It’s sometimes easy to confuse residency with a Zion mailing address. Many people in the area surrounding Zion have a five-digit Zion mailing address. These five-digit addresses are located in the county and are not within the boundaries of Zion Park District. A valid drivers license or state ID, current utility or tax bill, mortgage or lease documents, or voter registration card will help to establish your residency. The park district staff will be glad to answer any questions you may have regarding residency.

The park district staff will be glad to answer any questions you may have regarding these fees.

 

Resident Card Information

Residents of the Zion Park District can acquire a Resident ID card that provides them with lower rates at Shepherd’s Crook & Shiloh Park Golf Courses, Port Shiloh Pool, as well as other park district programs and services. The Resident ID card was designed to give Zion Park District residents preferential treatment over non-residents who don’t currently support the park district through tax dollars. Each card is valid for one year and is free. In order to receive a resident card, applicants must complete the Resident ID form and supply a current photo ID (driver’s license or state ID), which will be used to verify residency.

 

CHECK FEES
  • Checks returned for non-sufficient funds or other reasons will be charged $25.00.

 

Refunds

For programs that are on-going (six sessions or more), refunds may be issued in accordance with the following schedule:

Prior to 1st Meeting 100%
Prior to 2nd Meeting 75%
Prior to 3rd Meeting 50%
After 3rd Meeting No Refund

Refund checks will be mailed to you. Please allow two weeks for processing.

 

We look forward to assisting you! Call 847-746-5500 or visit us at the Leisure Center.
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