Americans With Disabilities Act
In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the Forest Preserve District of Will County will not discriminate against qualified individuals on the basis of disability in our services, programs, or activities. In providing programs and services to the public, the Forest Preserve District will make reasonable modifications to ensure that all people have an equal opportunity to enjoy our offerings. For more information, download the Improving and Expanding Accessibility and Accommodations brochure.
Our website complies with Section 508 Standards for the Accessibility of State and Local Government Web Sites to People with Disabilities. We welcome any comments or concerns regarding the accessibility of the site.
To request any of our publications in large print, audio or Braille or to request accommodations to participate in one of our programs or events, including having a sign language interpreter present, please fill out our online form, or contact the Director of Marketing and Communications, Sugar Creek Administration Center, 17540 W. Laraway Road, Joliet, IL 60433, 815.722.9383 (voice); 800.526.0844 (TDD). Requests should be made at least 48 hours in advance. While the Forest Preserve District will make every effort to meet requests in a timely fashion, some requests may take longer to fulfill than others.
Our full ADA Notice is available below, as is our procedure for resolving grievances arising under Title II of the ADA. Persons believing that they have been discriminated against by the Forest Preserve District of Will County may file a complaint alleging discrimination with us in accordance with the grievance procedure below, or by filing a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of the Interior.
Report an accessibility concern or request accommodation
Should you have an accessibility issue at one of our preserves or wish to comment on the accessibility of our website, please file a report with us using the form below. We will work to resolve the issue as quickly as possible
The Forest Preserve District protects and enhances Will County’s natural and cultural resources for the benefit of current and future generations.
Bringing People and Nature Together
- Staying true to our purpose.
- Being good stewards.
- Connecting people and nature.
- Focusing on wellness.
- Working with others.
- Promoting sustainability.