Swimming Pool Schedule

Three young girls and woman at the edge of pool
What to expect when you arrive:

Our Open and Recreation Swims are extremely popular and we continually reach our max capacities. We encourage patrons to arrive early and wait in line for the best opportunity to attend our swims. All children under 6 must be accompanied in the water with an adult.  For additional questions, refer to the Open/Recreation Swim Line information(PDF, 56KB)

Get Your Swim Passes Early!

Swimmers can pre-purchase tickets to guarantee their entrance into a open swim. Advance ticket sales are available by calling Customer Service at 425-670-5732 up to 2 weeks in advance.

For the safety of your belongings, locks are available for purchase for $8, rent for $1, or bring your own.

Due to the unprecedented Health Emergency all Beach, Rec and Open swims are cancelled until further notice.

Public Swim Schedule:

Lap & Fitness Swim Schedule:

Water Fitness Class Schedule:

Land Fitness Class Schedule:

 DIVING BOARD EXPECTATIONS 
  • This area is 12 feet deep, strong swimmers only
  • Wait until water is clear of swimmers before jumping
  • One person on diving board at a time
  • Goggles are not allowed on diving board
  • Walk on the board
  • One bounce
  • Jump or dive straight off end of board
  • Forward jumps/dives only
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others


Adult Hot Tub Expectations

  • You must be at least 18 years old to use hot tub
  • Maximum capacity is 14
  • Consult your physician before using hot tub if you have heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure or if you are or might be pregnant 
  • We advise a cool down break at least every 15 minutes
  • Take a cleansing shower before entering hot tub
  • Enjoy food and drink in designated areas only
  • Keep your head above water at all times
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

Sauna
  • This is an electrical, dry sauna
  • Do not pour water on the heating unit
  • Take a cleansing shower before entering the hot tub or pools
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

South Natatorium Expectations

  • Always walk and play safely
  • Take a cleansing shower before using the pool
  • Feet first entry only into water, except in designated areas of Lap Pool
  • Enjoy food and drink in designated areas only
  • Wear a swim diaper and protective plastic covering
  • Diapers must be changed in locker rooms
  • This is a drug and alcohol-free facility
  • If you have a communicable disease or have been ill with diarrhea or vomiting in the last two weeks, do not use the pool
  • Anyone with a seizure, heart or circulatory condition is advised to swim with a buddy
  • Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times
  • Children under 10 must be under adult supervision at all times
  • In case of emergency, a phone and first aid kit are located in the Aquatics Office
  • Swim wear with zippers, buckles or rivets are not permitted
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

Slide Expectations
  • Only one rider or tube allowed on slide at any time
  • Stopping, running or diving in slide is not allowed
  • Riders must leave splash pool or run-out immediately after exiting slide
  • Eyeglasses must be secured
  • If you are pregnant or have heart or back problems, do not use the slides
  • Swim wear with zippers, buckles or rivets are not permitted
  • Riders must be 300 pounds or less for either slide
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

North Natatorium Expectations
  • Always walk and play safely
  • Take a cleansing shower before using the pool
  • Feet first entry only into water, except in designated areas of Lap Pool
  • Enjoy food and drink in designated areas only
  • Wear a swim diaper and protective plastic covering
  • Diapers must be changed in locker rooms
  • This is a drug and alcohol-free facility
  • If you have a communicable disease or have been ill with diarrhea or vomiting in the last two weeks, do not use the pool
  • Anyone with a seizure, heart or circulatory condition is advised to swim with a buddy
  • Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times
  • Children under 10 must be under adult supervision at all times
  • In case of emergency, a phone and first aid kit are located in the Aquatics Office
  • Swim wear with zippers, buckles or rivets are not permitted
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

Family Hot Tub Expectations
  • Feet first only, no jumping allowed
  • Maximum capacity is 17
  • Wear swim diaper with a protective plastic covering
  • You must follow all expectations and staff directions to remain in the facility
  • Failure to follow these expectations may result in injury to self or others

 

What is your food and drink policy?

Please enjoy food and drink away from the water. Drinks are acceptable on pool deck, if they are in an appropriate container (no glass). All food must be consumed outside or in the viewing area. Also, chewing gum is not permitted anywhere in the facility.

 

What toys and equipment can I bring from home?

Snorkels can be used during lap swims only. Fins can be used during lap swim, rentals, rec swims, and open swims at lifeguard discretion, but walking in fins is not allowed. Inflatables from home are allowed as long as they are not large and obstructive. If too many are present they may be cleared at lifeguard’s discretion.

 

What is considered appropriate swim attire?

No jeans, underwear, or clothing with rivets, buckles or snaps that could damage the slides. Also, please no thongs, revealing, or see-through attire.

 

At what age is my child to be in the water without me? 

Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult/teen in the water at all times. The adult or teen (13+ years old) must be actively supervising the child who is under 6 years from inside the water. If a child under 6 is tall enough to use a slide, they may do so. The adult/teen should be waiting at the slide exit or may be actively using the slide as well.

 

Can't find the answer to your question?

Call the Aquatics office at 425-670-5528