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2017/2018 Aquatic Programs & Swimming

The City of San José offers thee locations for swimming opportunities as of September 11.

 
Camden Pool  
2017/2018 Lap Swim Program:
  • Open to adults
  • No children allowed at poolside while adults use the facility
  • Mature teens at least 14 years of age may also swim, if accompanied by an adult 18 years or older for the duration of use. Additionally, staff will request for a signed letter from the participant’s swim coach stating the reason for use of the pool.
  • Center is not responsible for lost or misplaced passes.
  • No food, drinks, or smoking allowed on the pool deck.
  • Kickboards, and pull buoys are available for use.
  • Bring your own towel, lock, and amenities.

Lap Swim:
M-F 6:30am - 9:00am, 11:30am – 1:30pm, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sat 9:00am – 12:00pm
Water Aerobics:
M-F 8:00am – 9:00am

Fee Schedule
Monthly Pass - Adults $45
Monthly Pass - Youth/Senior/Disabled $36
Ten (10) individual passes (11th visit free) - Adults $40
Ten (10) individual passes (11th visit free) – Youth/Seniors/Disabled $30
Daily Pass - Adults $6
Daily Pass – Youth/Senior/Disabled $3

2018 Swim Lessons:
30 minute classes! Please check back March 2018 for more information.

2018 Recreation Swim Schedule:
Monday-Saturday: 1:30PM-3:30PM Please check back March 2018 for more information.

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Camden Community Center
3369 Union Avenue
San Jose, CA 95124

   
Mayfair Pool  
2018 Swim Lessons:
30 minute classes!
Please check back March 2018 for more information.

2018 Recreation Swim Schedule:
Monday-Saturday: 2:30PM-4:30PM
Tuesday, Wednesday: Friday 7:00PM-8:30PM
Please check back March 2018 for more information.
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Mayfair Community Center

2039 Kammerer Avenue
San Jose, CA 95126
   
Rotary Ryland Pool  
2018 Swim Lessons:
30 minute classes!
Please check back March 2018 for more information.

Recreation Swim Schedule:
Monday-Friday: 2:30PM-4:30PM
Tuesday & Friday 6:30PM-8:00PM
Saturday: 2:30PM-6:00PM
Please check back March 2018 for more information.
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421 N. 1st St.
San Jose, CA 95112

   
For a full list of class listings please visit www.sanjoseca.gov/prns or www.sjregistration.com. For more information regarding pool rentals please contact Clarissa Garcia at (408)793-5537.  
 
 
Partner Swim Locations

To continue to offer the highest quality aquatic services the City of San José has created a unique partnership with local organizations to ensure residents are able to enjoy water recreation this summer.

Currently the following City of San José pools are operated by partner organizations.

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Partner Operated Pools
 
 
Sprayground Water Play Structures
Take the children to a fun filled sprayground at one of our parks to cool down on a hot summer day. Spraygrounds are fun, water formations. Spraygrounds are designed for splash pad areas with no standing water to limited water depths.

*water features will not be operational this year

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Park Water Features for Children
Park Name Number of Spraygrounds Park Name Number of Spraygrounds
Almaden Lake Park
2
McEnery Park 1
Bestor Art Park 1 McLaughlin Park 1
Butcher Park 1 Noble Park 1
Capitol Park 1 Parma Park 2
Carrabelle Park 1 Rainbow Park 2
Cataldi Park 1 Rosemary Garden 1
Cimarron Park 1 Roy Avenue Park 1
Erikson Park 1 San Tomas Park 1
Huerta Park 1 T.J. Martin Park
1
La Colina Park 1 Thousand Oaks Park
1
Lincoln Glen Park 2 Townsend Park 1
Martin Park 1

       
These two parks below will be working this summer
Mayfair Park
1 Plaza De Cesar Chavez
1
 Plaza de Cesar Chavez will be opened year-round. Mayfair will be opened Mid-June to September.
       
Governor's Executive Order for non-recirculated water fountains & water features
 
 
On April 7, 2017, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., through Executive Order B-40-17, terminated the January 14, 2014 Drought State of Emergency. The Executive Order B-40-17 also directed Californians to maintain conservation as a way of life, and included a prohibition of “Using non-recirculated water in a fountain or other decorative water feature.”

PRNS water features that use non-recirculating water will remain off through the remainder of 2017. Water fountains/features that do not use recirculating water through a filtration system and will not be available this year are located in: Almaden Lake Park, Bestor Art Park, Butcher Park, Capital Park, Carrebelle Park, Cataldi Park, Cimmarron Park, Erikson Park, Huerta Park, La Colina Park, Lincoln Glen Park, Martin Park, McEnery Park, McLaughlin Park, Noble Park, Parma Park, Rainbow Park, Rosemary Garden Park, Roy Avenue Park, San Thomas Park, TJ Martin Park, Thousands Oak Park, and Townsend Park.

The two water fountains that use recirculating water will be in operation this summer. Those fountains include Plaza de Cesar Chavez, which is currently in operation, and the water feature at Mayfair Park which will opened on June 19, 2017.
 
 
 
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