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City of Mesa has nine public pools where guests can cool off this summer

Posted 6/2/22

All city of Mesa pools will open for the summer beginning Saturday, May 28.

The pools open for public swimming at 1 p.m. most days. Skyline and Rhodes will be open on Sundays. For specific pool …

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Things to do

City of Mesa has nine public pools where guests can cool off this summer

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All city of Mesa pools will open for the summer beginning Saturday, May 28.

The pools open for public swimming at 1 p.m. most days. Skyline and Rhodes will be open on Sundays. For specific pool hours, go to mesaparks.com/pools.

The city of Mesa has nine public pools where guests can cool off this summer:

  • Brimhall Aquatic Complex, 4949 E. Southern Ave.
  • Carson Aquatic Complex, 525 N. Westwood;
  • Fremont Aquatic Complex, 1101 N. Power Road;
  • Kino Aquatic Center, 848 N. Horne;
  • Mesa Aquatic Complex, 1630 E. Southern Ave.;
  • Rhodes Aquatic Complex (FlowRider), 1860 S. Longmore;
  • Shepherd Aquatic Complex, 1407 N. Alta Mesa Dive;
  • Skyline Aquatic Center, 845 S. Crismon Road; and the
  • Stapley Aquatic Complex, 3250 E. Hermosa Vista.

All pools will be open daily through July 23. Mesa, Stapley, and Brimhall will be open daily until July 30, with Brimhall having shorter hours of operation from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. starting July 23. Skyline and Rhodes will stay open each day until July 31 and on weekends through Labor Day, Sept. 5.

Admission fees are $2 for youth 17 and under, $4 for adults and $2 for seniors 55 and older. FlowRider rates are $10 for youth and $14 for adults for a one-hour ride while the fence is in. Rates are $12 and $20, respectively, without the fence. No fence Flow Sessions will take place Saturday mornings from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. beginning June 4.

Family and individual season pool passes are on sale at a discount price through May 27. Passes are being sold on the Parks and Recreation website and at the Mesa Parks and Recreation Office, 708 W. Baseline Road, Building 4, Monday through Thursday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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