The Resident Discount Card insures that resident will pay less for all programs that non-residents, who do not support the district through tax dollars.
Did you know that not all City of Joliet residents are Joliet Park District residents? Based on formal action by the Joliet Park District Board of Commissioners, a Joliet Park District resident is described as a person whose legal domicile is within the boundaries of the District. Residency is the principal place of habitation of the individual occupying the home, apartment, condominium or estate. It shall be the principal yearly residence for the family residing at the location. The resident must be able to produce a valid driver's license and a current property tax bill or utility bill verifying residency at that location. Individuals who own rental property that is occupied by others may not be considered Joliet Park District residents. However, individuals who reside in rental property within the Park District boundaries are considered Park District residents.
Resident Discount Cards are issued to Joliet Park District residents only and are mandatory for all residents six years and older who wish to take advantage of lower, resident rates for programs and services. If a parent is registering a child under the age of six for a program, the parent must have a valid Resident Discount Card.
Obtain your Resident Discount Card at the Provena Saint Joseph Inwood Athletic Club, 3000 W. Jefferson St., the Multi-Purpose Center, 3000 W. Jefferson St., Hartman Recreation Center, 511 N. Collins St. or Splash Station Waterpark, 2780 U.S. Rte. 6. When obtaining/renewing your Resident Discount Card and/or the cards for your family members, bring your Resident Discount Card (if applicable), (1) form of picture I.D. (in addition to RDC), and a current property tax or utility bill showing your name and address.
Find out more about a Non-Resident Discount Card .