CBS2 reports the City of Boise will be opening four public pools this summer with certain health and safety protocols in place.
“We’re committed to providing opportunities for outdoor exercise and recreation, and we are confident we can open four of our municipal pools safely,” said Mayor Lauren McLean. “This plan allows us to be responsible with residents’ money and have some summer fun in our pools.”
If you want to swim at any of the pools, you will need to buy a $15 season pass. You can then reserve a time at any of the pools in two-hour time blocks.
Advanced reservations are required to swim for safety and planning reasons. Walk-up visits will not be available.
The following pools will open with limited compacity and timed entry this summer:
Borah Pool (801 S. Aurora Dr.)
Fairmont Pool (7929 W. Northview St.)
Ivywild Pool (2250 S. Leadville Ave.)
The Natatorium and Hydrotube (1725 E. Warm Springs Ave.)
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