The question asked voters whether the park district commissioners should be permitted to serve only two six-year terms.
If the term limits come to pass, current Commissioner Larry Newton would be unable to run again, since his second term expires in 2015.
The remaining five board members are serving their first term: Janet Silosky and Peter Steinys were elected in 2013; Mary Kay Ludemann was elected in 2009 and Peter Hurtado was elected in 2011.
Voters also said "yes" to advising the park board to explore building an indoor recreational facility.
However, more than 57 percent of Will County voters said "no" to a question asking whether permits should be required for Plainfield Park District dog parks.
Here's what voters said in both Will and Kendall counties:
- Should the use of Plainfield Township Park District's dog parks be regulated by permit? NO
- Should the Plainfield Township Park District impose term limits on the members of its park board so they may serve no more than two six-year terms? YES
- Should the Plainfield Township Park District investigate the purchase or construction of an indoor recreational facility? YES