City Pools by City Council District

The PARD Aquatic Division operates 50 public pool facilities – among them seven Municipal Pools, including Barton Springs, and 29 Neighborhood Pools.

District 1

Dottie Jordan*
Givens
Rosewood
Kealing (closed)

District 2

Dittmar
Dove Springs

District 3

Mabel Davis Municipal
Civitan*
Gillis*
Govalle*
Martin
Montopolis
Parque Zaragoza*
Metz

District 4

Bartholomew Municipal
Kennemer*
St. John's (closed)

District 5

Barton Springs Municipal
Garrison Municipal

District 6

Canyon Vista
Springwoods

District 7

Northwest Municipal
Walnut Creek Municipal
Balcones
Brentwood

District 8

Dick Nichols

District 9

Big Stacy
Patterson
Shipe
West Austin*
Palm (closed)

District 10

Deep Eddy Municipal
Murchison
Ramsey
Reed
Westenfield


• Municipal Pools are open year-round, and charge an admission fee ($1-4, with various discount passes available).

• Neighborhood Pools are free, but are open only in the summer, except the year-round Big Stacy Pool. Most are open June 8 through Aug. 22, 8am-8pm weekdays, and 11am-8pm weekends, with reserved times on weekdays for lessons, teams, and lap swimmers. Seven (*) have a slightly shorter schedule: June 15-Aug. 16, and 1-8pm daily (with the exception of Dottie Jordan, 11am-8pm).

• Five facilities are currently closed for the summer season or indefinitely: Palm, Kealing, and St. John's pools, plus the Liz Carpenter splash pad at Auditorium Shores, and the Odom wading pool.

All pools will be closed for one day a week throughout most of the summer.

Aquatics also operates 10 Splash Pads, open 9am-8pm daily, throughout the season.

See pool & splash pad schedules, plus additional information on pool operations, at www.austintexas.gov/pools.

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