Pools & Swimming

Summer 2020 Pool Information

 

Hours, capacity, rules, & extra precautions

 
The Coralville pools will open June 29, 2020, for recreational swimming with modifications to:
  • Pool capacity
  • New hours and Coralville resident-only early admission
  • Reservations for summer camps and day care groups 
  • Extra precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Chlorine is a fast-acting disinfectant for COVID-19 and other illnesses, and COVID-19 has not been found to spread through pool water.  

To prepare for your visit to the Coralville Community Aquatic Center or Indoor Pool, read the summer 2020 pool information.


When to stay home


Please stay home if you:
  • Have a fever of 100.4F or higher in the past 72 hours
  • Have any symptoms of illness, including unexplained cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, chills, unexplained fatigue or muscle aches, headache, runny or stuffy nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, or other symptoms of illness
  • Have COVID-19
  • Have been exposed in the past 14 days to someone with COVID-19

Coralville Pools


Coralville Community Aquatic Center

Learn more about:
  • Coralville's outdoor pool
  • Pool party rentals
  • Pool hours, admission, policies, and pool passes
Coralville Community Aquatic Center
Coralville Community Aquatic Center Coralville Indoor Pool
Coralville Community Aquatic Center

Coralville Indoor Pool

Find out about:
  • Coralville's indoor pool
  • Pool hours, admission, swimming lessons, and pool passes
  • Aquacise
Indoor Pool
Coralville Community Aquatic Center Coralville Indoor Pool
Indoor Pool


Swimming Lessons

A variety of swimming lessons is offered by the Aquatics staff. To see a list of available lessons and activities, view the most recent edition of our Parks & Recreation Activity Guide.