There was a detailed cleaning in the tennis courts. Smoke did filter in to the courts area but there was no water damage to the space.
NRC construction and restoration update
From Ande Masoncup, Asst. Superintendent of Rec
Progress continues to be made with the post-fire demo and detailed cleaning since August 21. With the Fire Marshall approval, the Norris Recreation Center will reopen in phases.
Phase I: Monday, September 25 at 8:30am
The Tennis Complex will open with access to three courts for limited use by tennis players for NITTL League Play, Tennis programming and court reservations. Fitness equipment will not be available for use by members during this phase. Court #4 is needed to stage equipment from the fire damaged area and phase II areas. Tennis players will enter from the North parking lot entrance on to Court #4 (door #17). Tennis players need to park in the designated NRC parking spots (white-lined). Otherwise you will receive a D303 window decal warning sticker. Port-a-lets and a water cooler will be available for use. Rest rooms and changing areas are not available inside NRC. Child care is not available. Tennis players will continue to receive membership credit during this time but will be charged fees associated with tennis league play, tennis instruction and court fees.
The Lobby/Child Care restoration includes a detailed cleaning, new ceiling tiles, carpeting, some replacement floor tiles, replacement furniture, lockers and new child care equipment.
This is our targeted date/time to reopen the second phase of the NRC. Phase II includes the lobby/service desk, child care, main level rest rooms, tennis complex (unrestricted use), new fitness center, new mini gym, new cycle/TRX studio and group fitness classes. Regular operating hours will also resume at this time.
To review the letter that was mailed to members, click here.
Beginning Oct 26 when the Group Fitness classes resume in the mini gym.
All programs held at Norris Recreation Center unless otherwise noted.
Residency Disclaimer A resident (RES) is defined as anyone living within the geographical boundaries of St. Charles Community Unit School District 303. A non-resident (NR) is someone who lives outside the geographical boundaries. A member (M) belongs to the Norris Recreation Center to receive additional benefits, services and discounts. Norris Recreation Center reserves the right to request proof of residency. Final determination of residency will be made when processed by the St. Charles Park District, not at the time of purchase.
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