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Summer Programming

Register for swim programs online!

Open swim sessions will be 90 minutes long and scheduled at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sessions will cost $2 for each swimmer above the age of 2 years. Capacities will be determined in part by physical distancing requirements and the city COVID-19 Risk Dial at COVID19.lincoln.ne.gov. Signs will be posted when facilities are full.

Programming offered at the pools will include weekly evening family swim sessions, evening water fitness classes, and possibly learn to swim classes. Details of these programs will be released later in the season.

Swim and dive clubs will be able to use Woods Pool for conditioning and practice, and the schedule will be posted each morning at the pool. Parks and Recreation are reviewing USA Swimming and Diving recommendations to incorporate with local and state guidelines for operational procedures. Large events like the regional swim meets will not be held.


City Swim & Diving League

Swimming and Diving League - Ages 6-18
Neighborhood based teams, great exercise and skill building are just some of the benefits. Participants must have minimal swim/dive skills and be 6-18 years old. This is not a replacement for swimming lessons. Swim teams are at most public pool locations. Dive teams available at some locations
E-mail swimlessons@lincoln.ne.gov for additional info.

Schedule

Practice times vary by locations. Please refer to the registration site for specific times.

Registration & Fees

Registration is available online starting March 2nd at 9:00 a.m. or in person at the Aquatics office (1225 F Street, upstairs). Registration will continue through June 24 until the team limit of 150 is reached.

Online Registration

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