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Big improvements are coming to program registration at Deerfield Park District!

Starting with the Spring/Summer 2013 seasons, regular (non-camp) programs will be first-come, first-served registration.

In response to customer requests, we’re streamlining the activity registration process. Starting with the Spring/Summer 2013 seasons, regular (non-camp) programs will be first-come, first-served registration. That means no more waiting for lottery notifications – once you sign up and pay, you’re in the class. As always, park district residents will have priority over non-residents in all activities.

Here’s how it works for Spring/Summer 2013:

  • After the brochure is mailed, you’ll have a few days to review it and decide which classes interest you.
  • On Monday, February 18, registration for residents will open at 7:00 am for web, and 9:00 am at the Jewett Park registration office.
  • Non-residents must wait until Monday, March 4, at 7:00 am (online) and 9:00 am (in-person).
  • All registrations are in real time – once you receive your receipt, you’re in!

Due to high demand, we plan to continue using the lottery process for summer camps and Kinder Club.

Now is a great time to get signed up for online registration, and verify your household’s information. If you’ve never tried web registration, try entering your e-mail address on this page and retrieve your account information. If you’re new to the park district, you can sign up for an account online here (please allow 2 business days to receive your activation e-mail).

Once you’ve logged in, you can review and update your household’s information by clicking on the My Account menu, and choosing “Change Household Data” or “Change/Add Family Members”.

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