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Lubbock municipal pools open for business

From City of Lubbock:

It's just about time again to cool off at Lubbock's municipal pools as they open for the 2013 season on Tuesday, June 4, at 1 p.m. Hours of operation are Tuesdays through Sundays 1 - 6 p.m. Entrance fees are $2.00 for youth (17 and under) and $2.50 for adults, and group rates are available for groups of 35 or more. Pool rentals are available for parties Thursday-Sunday from 7 - 9 p.m. by calling 775-2673.

Clapp Pool, 46th & Avenue U, 767-2736: Amenities include a 90' water slide, concession stand, lifeguards, showers, diving boards, and shade umbrellas. All pools are ADA accessible.

Mae Simmons Pool, 24th & MLK, 767-2732: Amenities include a 90' water slide, concession stand, lifeguards, showers, diving board and shade umbrellas.

Maxey Pool, 4007 30th Street, 767-3739: Amenities include a concession stand, lifeguards, showers, diving boards, shade umbrellas and shade trees.

Montelongo Pool, 3200 Bates Street, 767-2734: Amenities include a 90' water slide, concession stand, lifeguards, showers, diving boards, shade umbrellas, a separate wading pool, and zero depth entry into main pool.

For those who want to swim with us all summer, our Summer Splash Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office at 1611 10th Street, Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. These passes are great for kids and adults alike and are priced to be affordable. Summer Passes are as follows:

Family Splash Pass - Good All Summer! Cost: $150 for a family of four
Individual Splash Pass - Good All Summer! Cost: $65 for children and $90 for adults
30-Day Splash Pass - Cost: $45 for children and $60 for adults
7-Day Splash Pass - Cost: $10 for children and $14 for adults

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