For your convenience Summer Pool Passes, ID cards, and registration for Swimming Lessons will go on sale beginning Tuesday, May 30th during our open office hours. The pool opened on Saturday, June 10th with daily hours 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm - Seven days a week! Due to popular demand we have extended our daily open pool hours, beginning Monday, July 3rd – on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays the pool hours will be 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm for the remainder of the season. We will still be closing at 7:00 pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays due to Learn to Swim classes. The office is open daily 8:00 am & coinciding with the open pool hours, if the pool closes due to inclement weather the office will close also. At the discretion of the Parks & Recreation department, the facility may close due to inclement weather or low pool attendance with no rain checks/refunds due to the patron.
For your convenience we will offer 2 sessions of swimming lessons one session will begin in June and one session will begin in July.
Message from Recreation Center regarding Pool Fees:
There seems to be some confusion about purchasing the Rec ID and Pool Pass. If you purchase a pool pass then you do not need to also purchase the Rec ID.
If you do not purchase a pool pass (individual or family) and you'd like to pay daily admission to the pool then you must also purchase the $15 Rec ID card that is good for one year. This year the pool opens June 10th at 2 PM. If you've never been to our Olympic size pool, it's a true gem in our community. The City has decided not to raise fees again this year which was a difficult decision due to inflation and the cost of chlorine. Daily rates and passes are one of the best deals the Recreation Center has to offer. Residents pay just $1.71 per day for a season pool pass that includes a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children). Non Residents are also welcome to join! The pool is open daily from 2 to 8 PM - weather permitting. It is heated and stays open for an average of 70 days per season.