City of Jackson Pool is Now Open
Jackson Council and Staff are thrilled to open the swimming pool this summer
It is official! After a year of the COVID-pause, on June 7th, the City of Jackson proudly opened our beloved swimming pool and resumed all programs, including swimming lessons.
Jackson is the only public pool in Amador County that offers swimming lessons this year. The lessons have been popular and are being filled up quickly. If you are interested in lessons, please stop by Jackson pool which is located at Detert Park and ask a lifeguard about any openings.
Other swimming programs include lap swim at noon and recreational swim in the afternoon. The pool is open from noon to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday and closed on Sundays.
To help families overcome economic hardship, the City has decided to keep the admission and lesson fees the same as the pre-COVID rates. It is the City Council and Staff’s sincere hope that children and adults in our community can enjoy all that the city pool has to offer and feel a sense of normalcy this summer.
For detailed information on pool programs, including schedules and fees, please visit Jackson Pool or City Hall.
Jackson City Council and staff at Jackson Pool on the first day of the 2021 pool season.
From left to right:
Front Row: Lifeguards: Rachel Lyman, Daphne Parker, Skylar Dann, Drew Lyman;
Middle Row: Water/ Pool Operation Manager Trevor Hoaas, Council Member Matt Riebe, Council Member Chad Simmons, Public Works Superintendent Bree Wilder;
Back Row: City Manager Yvonne Kimball, Pool Program Director Martha Quinn, Mayor Bob Stimpson, Council Member Steve McLean, and Vice Mayor Connie Gonsalves.
Covid-19 protocols will be followed, with temperature checks and health screening. Swimmers are asked to arrive wearing a mask (until entering pool) and swim attire. Restrooms will be open but not dressing rooms.