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Keep Cool and Make a Splash this Summer at the City's Pools and Spray Pads

Jun 07, 2019

Summer temperatures are fast approaching and so is the opening of the City of Mississauga’s outdoor pools and spray pads. Pull out those beach towels, find those flip-flops and get ready for a splashing good time in Mississauga this summer.

Spray Pads

Already feeling the heat? As of May 17, all of the City’s 27 spray pads are open to the community for the summer season, with the exception of the spray pad at Mississauga Valley Park. A section of the spray pad at Mississauga Valleys is under construction and not operational at this time. Residents are free to enjoy the spray pads through to September, weather permitting, but are reminded that the spray pads are unsupervised. City spray pads are a fun, free way to keep cool and open daily at 9 a.m. Residents can use the eParks map to check out the spray pads in their neighbourhood.

Enjoy the interactive water feature at Mississauga Celebration Square. Until Labour Day weekend, the water feature can be enjoyed by residents from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., same as previous years.

Pools

Residents can also look forward to staying cool by the pool this summer. The City has seven outdoor pools and 11 indoor pools, all of which are supervised by trained City employees. The indoor pools operate year-round and soon the outdoor pools will be open for their regular season.

Indoor Pools

• Indoor pools summer schedule starts July 2

Outdoor Pools

EARLY BIRD SWIMS

  June 1 to 21 (weekends only)

  • Applewood Heights Outdoor Pool
  • Lions Club of Credit Valley Outdoor Pool

PRE-SEASON

  June 22 to June 28

  • Select times only

REGULAR SEASON

June 29 to September 1

  • Full summer schedule

All indoor pools will be closed for the July 1 holiday. Outdoor pools will be open, however residents are asked to check with their local pool for holiday swim schedules. For more information, check out the summer swim schedule and these tips for staying cool. For updates on any service disruptions that may occur at the City’s spray pads, residents can call 3-1-1, follow Mississauga Parks and Forestry on Twitter (@MississaugaPF) or visit mississauga.ca/parks. Have fun in the sun and stay cool Mississauga!

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Media Contact:
Megan Schabla
Communications Intern
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200, ext. 8537
megan.schabla1@mississauga.ca
TTY: 905-896-5151

 






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