Community Swimming Pool

Pool-Header

PETE KRISTIAN

Senior Aquatics Coordinator

LISA KUCERA

Assistant Aquatics Coordinator

Pool is Open!

The pool has been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.  With summer coming to a close, TDRPD is anticipating the community’s need and desire to recreate safely indoors. TDRPD has put into place many Covid-19 health precautions for the safest possible swimming experience.  The pool is operating on a reservation system only that allows for significant physical distancing between households.

At the regular meeting of its Board of Directors last month, TDRPD staff and the Board acknowledged the financial investment needed to support pool operations operating at a loss. Despite the cost, the TDRPD Board and staff unilaterally pushed to fund opening the pool as the seasons begin to turn.

Click here to read the Full TDRPD press Release

Rec Pool
Lap Swim Pool

COVID Precautions

Patrons will experience the pool differently while COVID-19 precautions are in place.  Please read the following guidelines that we will have in place before you attend the pool. 

  • If you or the member of your household has been Ill or experienced symptoms, please stay home. 

  • If the risk of exposure makes you UNCOMFORTABLE, please stay home. 

For those able to attend:

  • Masks are required when out of the water

  • Public lap swimming is limited to one person per lane.  

  • The recreation pool is limited to about 20 people at a time

  • Swimmer reservations is limited to 75 minute time blocks, meant to include about 60 minutes of water time plus 15 minutes of undressing/dressing.  

  • Guests are screened upon entry for symptoms of illness.  

  • Cleaning and disinfecting is continuous throughout the day.

  • Locker Rooms are open in a limited use, basically for a changing area to get out of wet clothing. No Showers.

  • We encourage you to arrive Water Ready.

  • Children under 14 will need to take a swim test to swim independently. Swim tests are administered by pool staff.

  • Family Changing rooms available

  • Entry and Exit are modified for spacing

 

In the end, the measures are meant to minimize the risk of exposure to the public and staff that are healthy and comfortable enough to swim. 

Pool Schedule 2020
Lap Pool Overview

Reservations

  • Reservations are open one month at a time.
  • Reservations are open for all. Resident and Non-Resident Rates. (Resident Policy)
  • 75 min. block times meant for 60 min. of swimming and 15 min. for changing/admission times.   
  • Make sure you are able to make the time and date of your reservation. Refunds will not be given. 
  • Multiple reservations can be made at one time. Admission will be collected for each reservation.
  • At the time of Online Reservation, only the head of household can register online. Each head of household may bring up to 3 additional people per reservation. The additional persons will be paid for at the pool front desk upon arrival.
  • All ages are welcome at the pool, but a responsible adult party is required to make an online reservation.

Sign Up for your date today. (Bookmark of save this link to directly access online reservations as fast as possible.)

"Rec Swim" in the Rec Pool only.

"Lap Swimming" is signing up for the Lap Pool in a lap lane assigned to you.

"Diving Board + Rope Climb" is in the Lap Pool open swim area. No Lap Lane Swimming


How to Reserve:

  1. Click on the Sign Up link above. 
  2. Scroll down to find the time slot in the correct pool you're wanting. 
  3. Click on the description link, then carefully read the description, if correct, click “enroll now”.
  4. You’ll then select who the swimmer is (you!) and then the days you are wanting to join us for that time slot, by clicking on the dates on the calendar. The dates will then pop up below. 
  5. Once you’ve selected all the dates you’d like, you’ll proceed to check out. 
  6. Initial and acknowledge all the waivers, process payment.

Pool Emergency Form Fillable PDF

FAQ for Reservations:

  • Why is my username not working?

    • Try doing it in all capital letters. If it still does not work, please email us at info@tdrpd.org and we’ll provide you with the correct username.
  • Why am I being told I’m not a resident? I’ve lived here and used your facilities for years?

    • Thanks so much for your patronage and loyalty! Our system was updated in 2018, and many accounts are still missing proof of residency. Please email us at info@tdrpd.org a photo of your ID showing your Truckee address, or your property tax bill, or a recent utility bill and we’ll quickly update your status!
  • I cannot remember what I enrolled for, how can I access my schedule?

    • Please log back into your account, in the upper right hand corner, click “My account”
    • Under “Family members schedule” please select yourself, and then add “Flex Reg” into program options, then click search. You’ll be able to get a detailed report of all paid for time slots, and you can even export the calendar for your convenience.

Fees

YOUTH ages: 2-17     ADULT Ages: 18-61     SENIOR Ages: 62+



AdultYouth Senior
Resident$8$6$6
Non-Resident$10$8$8

Non-Swimmers must pay the same admission as regular admission.

* No memberships will be accepted. All active aquatic membership holders have been given a prorated credit for remaining unused membership time as of March 16th

Swim Lessons

* LESSONS WITH LEVEL PARENT TOT, PARENT TADPOLE, GUPPIES, GUPPY GRAD & SEAHORSES ARE DESIGNED FOR A PARENT TO BE IN THE WATER WITH THEIR CHILD WHILE STAFF TEACHES FROM THE POOL DECK. ONLY ONE PARENT/CARE GIVER IN THE WATER PER KID, BUT THERE MUST BE AN ADULT IN THE WATER.  SIBLINGS IN THE SAME LESSON CAN HAVE UP TO ONE PARENT PER 2 KIDS.

** LEVELS TURTLE, SEAL, SWIM TEAM PREP, MIDDLE SCHOOL LEARN TO SWIM ARE ADVANCED OR OLD ENOUGH FOR KIDS NOT TO NEED AN ADULT IN THE WATER THE WHOLE TIME WITH THEM, SO NO PARENT/CAREGIVER SHOULD BE IN THE WATER FOR THOSE.  OUR SWIM TEACHERS WILL NOT BE GETTING IN THE WATER TO TEACH KIDS HANDS ON WHOSE PARENTS DON’T PLAN TO BE IN THEMSELVES.  OUR TEACHERS WILL, HOWEVER, GET IN OCCASIONALLY FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES, BUT WILL MAINLY COACH FROM THE DECK.

Click below to sign up online now for Swim Lessons


Parent & Tot:  6 month - 3 years old

Parent & Tadpole: 2 - 3 years old

Guppies: 3 - 4 years old

Guppy Grad: 3 -5 years old

Seahorse: Primary Skills (5+ years old)

Turtle: Stroke Readiness

Seal: Stroke Development

Swim Team Prep Class: Before you join the Swim Team

Adult Swim Lessons


CPR First Aid Classes

Full Certification Class

Class begins Oct. 6

CPR Review Class 

Classes begin Sept. 22

Lessons 2