Wednesday, February 28, 2024

City of Toronto outdoor and wading pools are now fully open for the summer

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the City of Toronto is officially opening outdoor pools and 90 supervised wading pools for their full summer schedule

Beginning 30th June, the City of Toronto is authoritatively opening outside pools and 90 administered swimming pools for their full summer plan.

The majority of the City’s outdoor pools are open daily from noon to approximately 8 p.m., but the hours of operation may vary slightly later in the season due to optimal visibility for lifeguards. The outdoor pools will remain open until Sunday, September 3, at 4 p.m., with the exception of 10 pools, which will remain open until Monday, September 4, at 5 p.m. Those making a beeline for swim ought to really look at the hours for explicit pools at

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Up until Sunday, September 17, the City of Toronto’s more than 140 splash and spray pads located throughout the city will be open. Sprinkle cushions work day to day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. furthermore, are initiated with press button highlights. Guardians are reminded to regulate youngsters as these are unaided water-play regions.

Lifeguard management at nine City sea shores is likewise accessible seven days per week from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., with lifeguard management starting tomorrow at a 10th ocean side. Beachgoers are reminded to swim just in assigned regions.

More data on all the City’s open air and indoor swim contributions is accessible at Pools which might be briefly shut are recorded on the Pool Terminations and Administrations Ready website page.

Individuals visiting the City’s outside pools are reminded that:

  • Supervision and/or swimming ability requirements are in place for children under 10 years of age.
  • Outdoor leisure swimming is free for all ages and reservations are not required.
  • Outdoor lane swim is free and open to swimmers seven years of age and older for swimming in continuous lengths or widths.
  • Caregivers should supervise children at all times.
  • Pool visitors must listen to the on-duty lifeguards.

Media requests to film pools can be accommodated at the following locations:

  • Alex Duff Memorial Outdoor Pool, 779 Crawford St.
  • McGregor Park Outdoor Pool, 2231 Lawrence Ave. E.
  • Monarch Park Outdoor Pool, 115 Felstead Ave.

These assigned areas will permit media to film from the pool deck without the need to bring ahead of time. Only these locations will allow media access, and media must follow the site staff’s instructions.

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