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Riviera Country Club and Sports Center
8801 West 143rd Street,
Orland Park, IL 60462

From I-80 East or West:

I-80 to 96th Avenue/Route 45 (LaGrange Road) North. Take to 143rd Street. Go East on 143rd Street, approximately one mile. The Riviera is on the South side of 143rd Street, just West of 88th Avenue.

From 294 East or West:

294 to Cicero Avenue exit. Take Cicero Avenue South to Midlothian Turnpike (which turns into 143rd Street) to just West of 88th Avenue. (You will pass Ridgeland Ave., Harlem Ave. and 82nd Ave.) Riviera will be on the South side of 143rd Street.

From 355 North or South:

355 to I-55 North to Route 45 (LaGrange Road) South. Take to 143rd Street. Go East on 143rd approximately one mile. The Riviera is on the South side of 143rd Street just West of 88th Ave.

From I-88 East or West:

I-88 to 294 South. Take this to Cicero Avenue. Take Cicero Avenue South to Midlothian Turnpike. Go West on Midlothian Turnpike. (which turns into 143rd Street) to just West of 88th Avenue. (You will pass Ridgeland Ave., Harlem Ave. and 82nd Ave.) The Riviera is on the South side of the street.

I-57 North or South:

I-57 to I-80 West. I-80 to 96th Avenue/Route 45 (LaGrange Road) North. Take to 143rd Street. Go East on 143rd approximately one mile. The Riviera is on the South side of the street.

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COVID-19 Update

June 18, 2020

Riviera Country Club Members:

Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting our way of life for all of our families, friends and businesses, particularly in the state of Illinois. First and foremost, our hearts go out to anyone who's been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly. Our thoughts are especially with those who are sick, to whom we extend our heartfelt wishes for a full recovery.

We receive inquiries daily from members asking, “When is the Club going to re-open?” Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question as it is entirely up to the governor to give us that approval. The state has recently moved to Phase 3 of its plan, which on the surface includes the opening of “Personal Care Services and Health Clubs” however, it only allows Health and Fitness Clubs to provide outdoor classes for up to 10 participants and one-on-one personal training indoors with IDPH approved safety guidance. This in no way, by any stretch of the imagination, constitutes the opening of Gyms and Health Clubs.

Please keep in mind that we are a full service all-inclusive club with many members and could not reopen in piecemeal form. Most members have specific aspects of the club for which they have become members and use it: Some for tennis; others for exercise classes; and still others for the pool or spa or something else. If any of these aspects cannot be available, then the club does not serve a purpose for those members. Therefore, the entire club will need to be open and available to our members when we open our doors again.

To that end, it looks like the governor’s plan would need to move to Phase 5 for Health Clubs and Spas to fully re-open. The governor’s plan would move to Phase 5 when either a vaccine is developed to prevent the spread of the virus, a treatment option is readily available that ensures health care capacity is no longer a concern, or there are no new cases over a sustained period.

We hope to have additional information in the near future as we move through these unprecedented times. In the meantime, please stay healthy.

Sincerely,

Dan O’Donnell

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