City Pool

Pool Hours


The 2017 season will open June 5, weather permitting.

Monday thru Friday

6 - 8 am Lap Swim
12 - 1 pm Adult Lap Swim
1 - 2:45 Open Swim
3 - 4:45 Open Swim
6 - 7 pm Adult Swim
7 - 8:45 Open Swim

Saturday and Sunday

12 - 1 pm Adult Lap Swim
1 - 2:45 Open Swim
3 - 4:45 Open Swim
5 - 6:45 Open Swim


Swimming Pool fees for Open Swim Sessions

Single Use Fees: All admissions $1.00

Season Pass Fees:

Individual $40.00

Family $65.00

Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.

Children 5 years old and under and accompanied by a paying adult are free.

Passes may be used only by the person whose name appears on the pass.

Family passes are for immediate family members only.  Family members must reside at the same address.  Babysitters may be added to a family pass for $20.00

Passes are non-refundable.  Failure to comply with the rules of the pool could result in forfeiture of pool privileges.

Passes may be purchased at the Recreation Office or at the Swimming Pool.


Pool Parties

Rent the pool for a summer birthday party or just a neighborhood get together.  The cost is $60.00 for small pool parties of 25 swimmers or less.  Large pool parties, of 26 to 80 swimmers will be $80.00.  The pool is available for rent on Saturday and Sunday evenings from 7 - 8:45 pm and on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10 am to 11:45 am.

Rentals need to be made and paid for at least one week in advance.  Dates are filled on a first come first serve basis.

Water Fitness Class

This is an excellent low impact exercise class.  The water both supports and offers resistance to your movement.  Some swimming skills are needed for this class.  There will be both low impact and high energy parts of the class.

Instr.: Bonnie Weber

Dates: Session I June 5 to June 23

Session II June 26 to July 14

Session III July 17 to August 4

Time: 6:00 to 7:00 am

Fee: $15.00 per session, Punch card available for single admissions


SWIMMING LESSONS

Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Class is geared to help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely.

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

This class provides students with opportunities for success with fundamental skills.  Front / back floating and front crawl are taught.

Level 3 Stroke Development

This class continues the Level 2 skills with an emphasis on front crawl and back crawl and introduction of the butterfly stroke.

Level 4 Stroke Improvement

The purpose of this class is to build student confidence and performance of the swimming strokes learned in Level 3 by providing additional practice.

Level 5 Stroke Refinement

This class provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.

Level 6 Personal Water Safety or Fitness

There are two different Level 6 classes, one for learning about basic water safety and one for improving your personal fitness.  The Fitness class will work on improving your stroke and building strength and endurance by swimming laps.

Adult Classes

Classes for beginners will be offered from 5- 6:00 pm.  Instruction will be geared to the needs of each student.  Time may change depending on registration.

2016 Registration Information

Dates: Session I June 6 to June 24
Session II June 27 to July 15
Session III July 18 to August 5

Classes will be held Monday through Friday.  There will be no class on July 4th

Fee: $10.00 there are no refunds for weather related cancellations.

Students may only be enrolled in one session at a time.  Registration for students wishing to take more than one session of lessons will begin on the last day of the session in which they are enrolled.

Class size will be limited and will be filled on a first come first serve basis.

Parents are invited to escort their children through the bath house on the first day of lessons.

Red Cross Swimming Lessons

The American Red Cross offers several levels of swimming lessons.  Please visit with the office staff when you register to determine the best class for your child.

Water babies

A program providing six month to 4 year old children and their parent an opportunity to learn and experience the fun of exploring the water together. Swim diapers are required for children still in diapers.

Preschool

Because this is often the first swimming experience for young students without their parents in the water with them, we have lowered the student/ teacher ratio.  The class is for beginning swimmers ages 4 and 5.  The class limit will be 6 students

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Instructor Aid Class

Swimmers 10 years of age and over who would like to be an instructor's aid must take this class.  Students must be able to complete the swimming requirements of the Level 4 Red Cross swimming course.

Fee: $10.00

Instructor aides for Learn to Swim Classes

Students who have earned their certification for Instructor Aid and wish to help with classes must sign up at the Recreation Office by June 1st.  Aids should come prepared with their 1st and 2nd choice for the session and time they would like to work.  Class times will be assigned by the Recreation Office Staff.

Lifeguard Training

To be eligible for the Lifeguard Training class an individual must be 15 years of age and be able to pass a preliminary swimming test:  Swim 500 yard continuously using 100 yards of crawl, breaststroke side stroke, and 200 yard of the stroke of your choice.

Surface dive to a depth of 9 feet and bring a 10 lb. diving brick to the surface.

Tread water for two minutes, with the use of legs only.

The class will include CPR for the Professional, First Aid, and rescue and surveillance techniques.

Students should come to the first class ready to take the swimming test.  Bring paper, and pencil and dry clothes to change into.

Dates and times are still being set for this class.  Please call the office and put your name on the list if you are interested.

Place: Wheatland Pool

Fee: 75.00











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