The city of Phoenix pools opened for the season over Memorial Day weekend. The season goes through July 27.

City pools are open 1 to 7 p.m. six days a week. All pools are closed on Fridays.

Phoenix provides low-cost swim lessons at its pool. Lessons are $15 for an eight-session class. The city is also offering semi-private lessons for $40. The city also has recreational swim and dive teams at all city pools.

Daily admission at Phoenix city pools is $3 for adults and $1 for seniors age 50 and over and youth age 17 and under. A season pass for a family of four is $75 ($7 for each additional family member). A pass for an individual senior or youth is $20; adult passes cost $30.

The city’s Kool Kids program, which provides free pool admission to kids age 17 and under at select city pools, is back again this summer. Kool Kids is made possible through the generous financial support of the Oakland A’s, Milwaukee Brewers, Salt River Project, Watermill Express, Subway and Pepsi.

For more information on city of Phoenix pools, visit Pecos Pool in Ahwatukee is located at 17010 S. 48th St.

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