Cerny Park Pavilion
Fee range $25.00 to $150.00, Refundable Bond range $50.00 to $500.00
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- ADA Accessible
- Baseball / Softball Diamond
- Basketball Court
- Picnic Areas
- Picnic Shelters
- Picnic Tables
SUPPLEMENTAL PARK RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL WARRENVILLE CITY PARKS TO LIMIT THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO COVID-19
The guidelines listed below shall supersede any of the established park rules and regulations.
(Last revised 6/26/20)
The pavilion at Cerny Park is re-opened (as of Friday, June 26th). The pavilion bathroom will be regularly cleaned and stocked with hand soap. Those who use the pavilion have a responsibility to follow the Governor’s Restore Illinois Phase 4 mandated guidelines, as well as follow CDC-recommended health practices to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Pavilion Use Rules in Accordance with the Governor’s Restore Illinois Phase 4 Guidelines
- Limit gatherings to 50 people or fewer. All gatherings of 50 people or fewer are allowed; this limit is subject to change based on latest data and guidance.
- Practice social distancing by limiting face-to-face contact. Maintain a six (6) foot space (about two arms’ length) from other people. The tables have been spaced six (6) feet apart to facilitate social distancing. Please, do not move the tables.
- Bring a face covering, and wear as feasible. Along with social distancing, bring a face covering if a six (6) foot space cannot be maintained.
Pavilion Use Recommendations Based on CDC Recommendations on Visiting Parks
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol and rub hands together until dry, if soap and water are not readily available. The pavilion does have a bathroom with soap dispensers. Those using the space will be responsible for bringing their own hand sanitizer, if desired.
- Stay at home if you are feeling sick. Please do not use the facility if you are not feeling well. If you are able, check your temperature prior to use, and if it is over 100.4 °F, stay home.
- Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth.
- Wipe down frequently touched objects and surfaces prior to, and at the end of, a visit. While the pavilion will be regularly cleaned, sanitize commonly used surfaces and objects prior to, and after, use. This may include table tops, seats, etc. Those using the space will be responsible for bringing sanitizing wipes or spray.
PARK RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL WARRENVILLE CITY PARKS:
- The park is a public property and as such is available to the public at all times.
- Parks hours are one hour after sunrise to one hour after sunset.
- Possession and/or use of alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- Possession and/or use of controlled substances are prohibited.
- Rides, live bands, disc jockeys, and concession stands are prohibited.
- Driving and parking allowed ONLY on designated paved areas. Parking regulations apply. Handicapped parking violations will be ticketed.
- The park and equipment will be inspected upon completion of the activity. Any damage is to be reported, at once, to the Warrenville Police Department, 630-393-1231.
- Clean-up is required. All individuals and/or sponsoring groups are required to clean up all trash, and all garbage must be placed in trash receptacles.
- Groups are limited to no more than 200 people, except at Leone Schmidt heritage Park.
- Any individual and/or sponsoring group violating any provision of Title 7, Chapter 3 of the Warrenville City Code, in addition to other penalties, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine of not more than $500.00 for each offense.
- Except as otherwise permitted by law, the possession of concealed firearms at City parks is strictly prohibited per 430 ILCS 66/65(a)(10).
- ADDITIONAL RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE EXPRESSLY TO LEONE SCHMIDT HERITAGE PARK
All events must be conditioned upon the Albright Historical Museum or the Warren Tavern sponsoring and allowing the use.
Proof of sponsorship must be attached to application.
Parking is restricted to the East side of Second Street, the Museum parking lot, and one side of the alley.
Events may not be held in the parking lot in order to maintain available parking.
Events not to exceed 75 people.