Glendale, Phoenix reopening public swimming pools for summer

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Glendale, Phoenix reopening public swimming pools for summer

GLENDALE and PHOENIX, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – The city of Glendale says it will gradually reopen two city pools this summer due to a shortage of lifeguards. © File Image | Getty Both pools offer full service, including swimming lessons, as well as open and lap swimming. The city announced that the pool at the Foothills Aquatics Center will reopen from June 8th to July 3rd. The Rose Lane Pool will reopen July 6th through July 31st. Both pools will be closed on July 4th. 12 Phoenix City Pools To Open On Saturday, Reservations Required Click to Expand UP NEXT As the state of Arizona continues to reopen gradually, the city said it will continue to operate under social distancing and mandatory face covering guidelines for the time being. Loading Failure To learn more about the city’s parks and recreational facilities, or to sign up for classes, visit the website. Foothills Recreation and Aquatic Center Open swimming: June 8th – July 3rd, Tue – Sat, 1pm – 5pm Lap swimming: June 8th – July 3rd, Tue – Sat, 1am – 5am Swimming lessons : June 8th – 18th and June 22nd – July 2nd. Registration for swimming lessons begins on May 24th for residents and June 1st for non-residents. Closed July 4th through the rest of the summer Rose Lane Aquatic Center Open swimming: July 6th – July 31st / Tue – Sat / 1:00 am – 5:00 am Lap swimming: July 6th – July 31st / Tue. Sa. / 1: 00-5: 00 Swimming lessons: 6.-16. July and 22.-30. July Registration for swimming lessons: TBACclosed from June 1st to July 6th Phoenix will open pools again from Sunday to Thursday Meanwhile, the city of Phoenix announced on Friday morning that its pools will be 50% open from Saturday, May 29th. The pools are closed six days a week – closed on Fridays – until July. After that they will only be open on weekends until Labor Day. COVID-19 safety protocols, including a mandate for face covering and signage promoting social distancing, are put in place. From the week of June 7th, personal summer youth camps for ages 6 to 12 will be offered at 11 locations. These will also be limited to a maximum occupancy of 50% with some other health restrictions. “Camp participants receive a packed lunch or they can bring their own lunch with them every day. In addition, swimming pool activities and excursions will not be part of this year’s summer camp program, ”the city wrote on its website. Free tuition is provided for children ages 3 to 12 and children must be accommodated by someone aged 16 and over. To learn more, visit the city’s Parks and Recreation website. Read more Show complete articles without the “Read More” button for {0} hours.

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