Gurnee Park District News

Winter Weather Resources - Guide for Gurnee

  Snow is here and most likely, here to stay! Be sure to use your community resources for the most up to date information on schedule changes, closings and cancellations.  From apps to text notifications, emails and social media, we got you covered and ready to take on winter!

Gurnee Park District Rainout Line – Opt In Here

It's not just for rain, it's meant for all inclement weather and facility updates. Both online and via phone, it is the most up to date place for Gurnee Park District information. Receive alerts for all sports leagues, both youth and adult. In addition, the Rainout Line also provides sled hill as well as ice rink closures and openings.Most importantly, the rainout line will provide timely weather closures, especially if local school districts call for a snow day.Friendly reminder, CARE and Growing Tree Preschool will be cancelled, should this occur.  Click here for all information about the Gurnee Park District Rainout Line and Emergency Closing Information.

Lake County Division of Transportation - Snow Plow Facts and Figures

County link PASSAGE provides real-time local traffic information. PASSAGE provides the option to sign up for email traffic alerts, twitter alerts and app optionsLCDOT's Facebook page gives up to date information as the winter weather comes and goes. When driving in snow and icy conditions be sure to share the road with plows. Slow down, stay back and do not crowd the plow.  

Department of Homeland Security – Get your car kit ready

Whether traveling long distance for the holidays, commuting to work or staying local, be sure you are prepared for the unexpected.Prior to hitting the road, listen to the radio or live TV broadcast for the latest weather forecast and traffic updates. Emergency kits for the car ensures you are ready for the unexpected.  From ice scrapers to jumper cables, read more from the Department of Homeland Security and be best prepared for winter driving.

On behalf of Gurnee Park District we wish you a safe and fun winter! Enjoy the snow, but be sure to plan and prepare for Jack Frost!


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Thursday, June 27 2019

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