Pools

With the weather getting hotter, residents can enjoy themselves while cooling off at one of the city’s outdoor pools, with Ford Woods open as of Saturday, May 29, and the neighborhood pools-Lapeer, Summer Stephens and Ten Eyck-opened as of June 19, 2021.Three kids smiling web

The opening date for Dunworth Pool will be announced soon. A new bathhouse is under construction.

Ford Woods and the neighborhood pools will be open 1 – 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon – 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Please note that pool hours and availability are subject to change based on staffing and other possible needs.

Daily admission to Ford Woods pool costs $4 for residents, and Dunworth Pool will cost $5 for residents when it opens. Daily admission at these two pools for non-residents will be $10.

Daily entry fees for all three neighborhood pools will be $3 for residents and $5 for non-residents.

Residents may also purchase a 10-visit pass for any of the pools. The pass will be $40 for Dunworth, $30 for Ford Woods and $20 for the neighborhood pools, and can be purchased at the pool sites. 10-day passes do not have to be used consecutively, meaning residents can use them at any time during the summer.

Swim lessons will be conducted. Call the Recreation Service Desk at 313-943-2350. Swim teams and synchronized swimming will likely not be offered this year.

Splash Pads

In addition, all three Dearborn splash pads are open as of June 17.

The splash pads are located at Whitmore-Bolles, Hemlock and Crowley. They will be operational from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Splash pads include spray features for kids of all ages and they are free of charge for individuals and families.

Appropriate safety precautions will be in place at the pools and splash pads, and are subject to change based on health conditions, as well as State-issued mandates.

For more information, please call 313-943-2350.

Please note that all appropriate safety precautions will be in place at the pools and splash pads, and are subject to change based on health concerns and State-issued mandates.

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