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2020 Update: The City has developed a modified pool operations schedule in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, subject to directives and guidelines from the Ohio Governor, Ohio Department of Health and Franklin County Public Health. 

The modified schedule will be comprised of two-hour sessions for up to 100 patrons per pool per session, with a 30-minute disinfection period between sessions. Activities include open swim, early morning lap swimming, water walking and aerobic classes (with restrictions), and swim lessons. Reservations and pre-payment must be made online in advance, and are available at noon seven days in advance. Cost is $7 per person per session for ages three years & up.

    • Tremont Pool – opens Friday, June 12, session passes begin on Friday, June 5 at noon. Tremont will feature an early morning swim: 1 person per lap lane, 30-minute reservations for $2 per session, swimmers can reserve two consecutive sessions (reservable up to seven days in advance).
    • Devon Pool – opens Monday, June 15, session passes begin on Monday, June 8 at noon. Devon will offer an adult only swim session daily from 11:30 am-1:30 pm.
    • Reed Road Water Park – closed for the 2020 season

A new service is now available if you want to be kept up to date on pool and tennis weather closings and special events. Join us on and you will receive a text or email with up to date information. To join:

  • Devon Pool Remind text @devonpo to 81010
  • Reed Road Water Park Pool Remind text @reedroa to 81010
  • Tremont Pool Remind text @tremontpo to 81010
Swim Lessons

Swim lessons are proceeding for 2020 and registered families with participants have been notified. 

Swim Team

The 2020 Precompetitive swim team season has been cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Thank you for your email query about the City’s plans for the 2020 summer season. Our apologies for this “canned” response but we are receiving many calls and emails about the status of various City programs and events—such as the pools, summer camps, tennis and Safety Town—at a time when our staff is at capacity making planning adjustments in response to the new Responsible Restart Ohio guidelines from the Governor and Ohio Department of Health.

This does not mean that we don’t want to hear from you because we know your questions and suggestions will provide invaluable insight and help us improve our plans for the programs and events that we are able to provide this summer and into the future.

Please know that we have assigned a member of our team to receive and create a themed summary of the questions, concerns and ideas that are being submitted to us for each programming area. This information will be shared with appropriate members of our team on a regular basis. As details are finalized, we will be sure to respond back to you with a full update. If your email is urgent in nature, it will be flagged as such, and addressed appropriately.

We appreciate your patience and understanding at this time.

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