Pool Reopening FAQ

Please take a moment to review the following Frequently Asked Questions that will explain more about the District’s plan for the summer.

Pool Reopening

Pool Passes are available online only. Fee is $60 Residents/$120 Non-Residents per person. Click here to purchase a pool pass. 

If you need instructions for how to register for programs online, please click here.


Updated Fri, Jun 11 - 7:30am

Any family members not listed on a household account, must be added prior to purchasing a pool pass. You can add household members to your account after your initial account set-up by using our Registration Contact Form. Please send us your immediate family member’s first and last name and date of birth.


Updated Fri, Jun 18 - 8:34am

Photos can be taken for an ID card at either pool at the start of the season, so June 12 at East End and June 19 at Smalley. 

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:07pm

Pool passes purchased for the 2020 season were cancelled due to the pandemic.  All purchasers received a credit and were offered the opportunity to request a refund. Purchasers who chose to take a credit can apply those funds toward the purchase of new pool passes for 2021.

You can contact our Registration Department with questions regarding your household account credits.

Updated Fri, Jun 18 - 8:35am

Yes, any credits on your household account can be used toward the purchase of  2021 Pool Passes. If you have questions about applying credits to your purchase, please contact Registration.

Updated Fri, Jun 18 - 8:35am

Punch Cards will be available to purchase at the pools once the pool season begins, so beginning June 12 at East End and June 19 at Smalley.

Punch Cards - Available at the pools beginning June 12Fee
Resident 20 Swim Punch Card$140
Senior (Age 62+) 20 Swim Punch Card$112


Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:00pm

Masks will be optional for those who are vaccinated. Unvaccinated individuals will be required to wear a mask when not engaged in swimming activities.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:00pm

No. In anticipation of moving to Phase 5 on June 11, visitors to the pools will not need to make reservations. This is subject to change if guidelines change over the course of the pool season or if we do not move to Phase 5 on June 11.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:01pm

We will not be offering swim lessons this year. Since we did not plan to have to have swim lessons this summer, we have not recruited, hired or trained staff to run and teach swimming lessons. We will plan to have our swimming lessons program back for summer 2022.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:01pm

No. Pool private rentals, including birthday parties, are suspended for summer 2021. Look for other rental opportunities throughout the District on the Facility Rentals page.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:01pm

No. There will be no concessions this year because both concession areas are needed to be used for lifeguards to take their mandated breaks in an outdoor, socially distanced setting between rotations in the guard chair. No outside food and drinks are allowed into the pool.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:02pm

Diving boards, slides and lounge chairs will be available at both pools.

Updated Thu, Jun 10 - 3:03pm