COVID Frequently Asked Questions

Do not attend iLandscape if you are sick. Do not attend if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or a respiratory virus. Please refer to our cancellation policy if you are registered, but cannot attend. If you have a hardship exception, please contact These will be determined on a case by case basis.

Are masks required at iLandscape?
All individuals the age of 2 or over who can medically tolerate a face covering are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when in an indoor public place.

Who is responsible for enforcing the mask policy?
All attendees should follow the Order so that they can protect themselves, their families, and their communities from COVID-19. Local police and local health departments may utilize their traditional police powers and public health authority to address matters of non-compliance. ILCA/iLandscape employees and employees of the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel are not individually empowered to enforce the mandate.

Do I need to be vaccinated or show proof of vaccination to attend iLandscape?
In most cases, no. Proof of vaccination, due to Cook County Health Department guidelines, is required to dine in the Schaumburg Public House restaurant (formerly Sam and Harry’s). In addition, attendees at the Excellence in Landscape Awards Night on February 3rd will need to provide proof of vaccination. Excellence in Landscape Awards Night has dining and fixed seating which puts it under the Cook County Health Department guidelines.

Do I need to show proof of vaccination if I am staying at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel?
No, you do not need to present proof of vaccination if staying at the hotel. You will need to provide proof of vaccination for sit-down dining and to use the Fitness Center

Can I virtually attend iLandscape 2022?
No. We will have recorded educational content, but nothing will be simulcast. The effort is being put towards holding a safe and memorable in-person experience. This recorded content will augment, but not replace in-person attendance.

Guidelines as of: 1/3/2022

For additional questions , contact Alycia Nagy.

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