BRING BACK THE SPLASH CAMPAIGN OPENS SIX ADDITIONAL SUMMER CITY POOLS
The Tucson Parks and Recreation Department and the Parks Foundation have been rewarded by the efforts of proactive businesses, philanthropic groups and individuals dedicated to making city pools available to our community.
The “Bring Back the Splash” campaign has attracted needed funds to open an additional six Summer Splash pools this upcoming summer season.
Special thanks to Catalina Rotary, Jim Click Automotive Group, Pima
Medical Institute, Nova Home Loans, Royal Automotive Group, Watson
Chevrolet & Infinity of Tucson, the Emerald Foundation and countless
individuals for contributing and successfully launching this years
In addition to the 10 extended-season pools these pools will offer swim
lessons and open swim times:
Jacobs Pool, 1010 W. Lind St.
Palo Verde Pool, 300 S. Mann Ave.
Purple Heart Pool, 9800 E. Rita Rd.
Mansfield Pool, 2000 N. 4th Ave.
Menlo Pool, 1000 W. Fresno St.
Himmel Pool, 1000 N. Tucson Blvd.
Visit www.tucsonaz.gov/parksandrec/aquatics for all pool locations and
TUCSON POLICE DEPARTMENT SPONSORS Learn-to-Swim LESSONS
Recognizing the community’s enthusiasm for the Summer Splash program,
Tucson’s Chief of Police, Roberto Villaseñor has sponsored this summers
Learn-to-Swim Lessons with a grant from resources seized from criminal
intent. Offering free swim lessons (with a $2.00 registration fee) is
seen as a great opportunity to teach children the lifesaving skills of
swimming and the lifelong value of quality recreation time. Learn more
at the aquatics web page.
Lesson Registration begins on Sunday, April 22 online at
Contact: Tucson Parks and Recreation Administration
These summer pools are only open May 30 to August 1 (a little over 2 months) but it’s certainly better than before when the pools were closed. Admissions fees are only $2 adults, $1 (17 and under). Refer to the online program guides for summer pool pass fees.
And thanks to the generosity of these organizatons and individuals to make this happen in the long HOT Tucson summers.