Tucker, GA — Tucker will start its swim season on Saturday, May 29, Memorial Day weekend.
“We are making final preparations to the pools at Kelley Cofer and Rosenfeld Parks,” Tucker Operations Manager Jason Collins said in a press release. “The pools have never looked better. With proper social distancing and new amenities, we think patrons are in for a real treat.”
This year the city will offer an aqua swing at Cofer Pool and a waterslide at Rosenfeld Pool, with intentions to have both ready when the swim season starts.
The cost for families is $175 and individual rates are $75 for the summer. Seniors and military veterans can join for $50. There will be social distancing measures in place and the number of swimmers in the pool will be capped via an online registration system. For more information, click here.
“It’s important to remember that we are still in a pandemic,” Collins said in the press release. “Our staff is committed to taking all the proper precautions to keep our patrons safe as they enjoy their summer.”
The press release notes that Kelley Cofer Park pool is located at 4259 N. Park Drive and has been a staple in the Tucker Parks and Recreation system since the department’s inception in 2018. Rosenfeld Park, formerly Smoke Rise Bath & Racquet, is located at 2088 Glacier Drive and was acquired by the City in 2020.
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