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Burlington pools opening early

Burlington’s outdoor pools will open sooner than originally planned. LaSalle Pool will open on July 4. Mountainside and Nelson Outdoor Pools will open on July 11 for Lap and Leisure Swims. To support Provincial Guidelines on the safe reopening of pools, pool access will now be done through online registration and pre-payment for Burlington residents only. There will be no walk-in pool access accepted at this time. To create an account and/or register, go to liveandplay.burlington.ca.

To help ensure physical distancing, the number of swimmers allowed in each pool will be restricted. Time-limits will also be in place to allow more people to enjoy the pools and for staff to disinfect the area for the next group of swimmers.

To view the programs and times, go to burlington.ca/summer.

Residents will have an opportunity to register no more than 25-hours before the start of the program. Residents are asked to book only one swim per day to help accommodate as many swimmers as possible and to complete a health screening questionnaire.

New Procedures at the Pools

The health and safety of Burlington residents is of the upmost importance. In compliance with the Provincial Guidelines for opening aquatic facilities and for the health and safety of all guests, the following standards will be in effect:

•             Bring proof of registration to the pool

•             Enter the pool using only the entry point; exit the pool using only the exit point at the opposite end of the pool

•             Outdoor showers will be available for use before entering and re-entering the pool

•             Use of changerooms is limited to washroom use only; guests should arrive wearing swimming attire and to change and shower at home afterward

•             On-deck viewing is not available

•             Physical distance of 2m (6ft) must always be maintained; within the pool and on the pool deck

•             Guests will be asked to exit the deck area without delay after each swim to allow for cleaning and disinfection before the next swim

•             Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs as use of deck furniture will be restricted

•             Guests are encouraged to bring their own filled plastic water bottles – water fountains will not be available;

•             All play equipment will not be in use, including splash features, diving boards, climbing wall, and waterslide

•             Regular supervision requirements apply. Visit www.burlington.ca/playstandards

Lap Swimming

The pools will be divided into double lanes. Registered swimmers are to swim clockwise on the black line of one lane and come back on the black line of the next lane, forming a loop.

Leisure Swims

To help support physical distancing, Mountainside and Nelson Pools will be divided into shallow, middle and deep areas.

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