Dearborn’s outdoor pool season is just around the corner, and residents can prepare by obtaining summer swim tags at the Service Desk of the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, beginning Monday, May 8.
Six types of summer swim tags, good for admittance to Dearborn’s outdoor pools this summer, are available.
Resident Youth (ages 13 and under), free.
Resident Adult (ages 14-59), $80
Resident Senior (ages 60 and over), $60.
Resident Family (two adults and up to four children), $160
Non-Resident Family (two adults and up to four children), $345
To obtain a Resident Youth tag, parents must provide proof of residency and the birthdate of their child.
To purchase a Resident Adult, Resident Senior or Resident Family tag, proof of residency in the form of a driver’s license or government-issued ID card is required.
Summer swim tags must be sewn on to a swim suit, towel, or beach bag prior to admittance. The City reserves the right to deny entry for improperly secured tags.
Summer swim tags do not provide admission to the indoor pools at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.
Dearborn’s outdoor pool season gets underway Saturday, May 27 with the opening of Dunworth and Ford Woods Pools.
Ten Eyck Pool will open June 16 and the City’s two other outdoor pools—Lapeer and Summer-Stephens—will begin operations Saturday, June 17.
The Service Desk at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For further information, call 313-943-2350.