MASKS ARE REQUIRED WHEN NOT IN THE POOL. ALWAYS KEEP A SOCIAL DISTANCE.
- Make your 1 hour lap swim reservation at https://apm.activecommunities.com/carbondaleparkdistrict. Pay daily fee (see below) or swipe swim pass upon arrival. (All participants must register and make a free reservation online before entering the building.)
- Lap swimming of no more than 6 scheduled swimmers. Fitness Classes of no more than 10 scheduled swimmers.
- Swim lessons can be scheduled on an individual basis for lap lane usage during designated lap swimming time.
- After each swimmer exits pool, all touch surfaces will be cleaned. We have special time slots reserved for cleaning and sanitizing from 8:00-8:30am, 9:30-10:00am, 3:00-3:30pm, and 5:00-5:30.
Children under 3 years with paid adult admission are FREE! Bring a current driver’s license, state ID or utility bill to show proof of residency.
- Children (Ages 3-5) $2.00 (Resident $1.25)
- Youth (Ages 6-17) $3.25 (Resident $2.75)
- Adult (Ages 18-54) $4.50 (Resident $3.75)
- Senior (Ages 55+) $4.00 (Resident $3.25)
LAP POOL PASS
A Lap Pool Pass gives the owner 25 uses at the Julee Illner Memorial Pool at the LIFE Center during regular pool hours. Passes must be used within a one (1) year period.
- Youth (Ages 6-17) $60.00 (Resident $50.00)
- Adult (Ages 18-54) $81.00 (Resident $68.00)
- Senior (Ages 55+) $72.00 (Resident $59.00)
Children ages 5 years and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult 18 years or older. One adult may supervise a maximum of two (2) children this age. Adult must stay within arm’s reach of child. Children not yet toilet trained must wear swim diapers.
Children ages 6 – 9 must be accompanied to the pool and supervised by an individual 16 years of age or older. This person may be in the water or on the deck.
Children ages 10 – 17 do not have to be accompanied by an adult, but must provide verifiable emergency contact information to the front desk prior to entering the facility.
Swimmers under 18 years must pass the Deep Water Swim Test to
use the deep end of the pool or the inflatable slide.
The District’s aquatic facilities are family friendly. The District reserves the right to regulate bathing attire. Swimwear is required for any person entering the water. Children who are not toilet
trained must wear swim diapers. Street clothes are not allowed in water facilities. Males must wear swim trunks with a mesh or nylon liner. Cut-off pants, thongs, and basketball shorts are not allowed. Cover-ups worn in the pool must be of man-made fibers. Swimmers must provide their own swimwear and towel.
Floatation devices approved by the United States Coast Guard are allowed.