Posted on: May 18, 2017


Red Oak Municipal Swim Pool season passes are now available for purchase at Red Oak City Hall, 601 N 6th Street. If season passes are purchased in advance of the pool opening, a discount will be given. The pool is scheduled to open on Saturday, May 27, 2017, weather permitting. Therefore; discount prices will only be given through Friday, May 26, 2017. City Hall office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. On Friday, May 26, they may also be purchased at the pool from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Cash or check only will be accepted at the pool.

Season passes are to cover immediate members of a family living in the same household only. A household is defined as those living within the same walls on a permanent basis for the duration of the summer. A family is defined as a parent(s) or guardian(s) and their offspring only. NOT to be included on a family pass are: grandparents (unless child is living with them for the summer), uncles, aunts, cousins, babysitters, children who visit on the weekends that live in Red Oak or Red Oak City Pool approximate area, or split families living with separate parents (each must obtain separate passes). Any deliberate deception provided in the purchase of a pass, will be considered fraud, reported to authorities, and will result in the suspension of the season pass privileges until restitution is made. No refunds will be given.

2017 Prices are as follows:
Season Tickets:
Advance Family Price $100.00
Family Price $125.00
Advance Individual Price $ 85.00
Individual Price $100.00

Daily Admission:
Adult $ 5.00
Student (through 12th grade) $ 4.00

There are also Punch Tickets available:
(Good for 5 visits and non-refundable)
Adult $20.00
Student $15.00 (through 12th grade)

(Good for 10 visits and non-refundable)
Adult $36.00
Student $27.00 (through 12th grade)

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