SAN ANTONIA – The city of San Antonio is opening eight public swimming pools ahead of the summer season, which begins May 21.

The pools will be open from 13:00 to 19:00 on Saturdays and Sundays and are free to visit.

Here are the places for the pools, about the opening of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department:

  • Cassian Basin – 1440 S. Zarzamor

  • Dellview Pool – 500 Basswood

  • Fairchild Pool – 1214 E. Crockett

  • Kingsborough Pool – 350 Felps Street

  • Lady Byrd Johnson Pool – 10700 Nacogdoches Road

  • Spring Time Pool – 6571 Spring Time

  • Southside Lions Pool – 3100 Gayavata

  • Westwood Pool – 7627 W. Military

The Northeastern Independent School District Sports Park – located at 12001 Wetmore Road – will be open from 1:30 p.m. 6, 13, 20 June and 11, 18 and 25 July, and from 12:00 to 16:00 on 11 June and 2 and 23 July.

Children under the age of 10 and younger should be accompanied by an adult, and appropriate swimwear is needed, according to park and recreation officials.

The San Antonio Natatorium, located at 1430 Cesar E. Chavez, is a public indoor pool and is available for outdoor swimming, cycling and fitness classes with prior registration.


The city of San Antonio also has several free venues. They work daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Employees of parks and recreation areas are also recruiting for the summer season employees involved in water sports.

“Although we are experiencing a shortage of lifeguards across the industry, as in other municipalities across the state and country, our team is working hard to provide the community with fun swimming and recreation opportunities this summer,” said the park and water recreation manager. Shani Allen.

For new staff and returning employees, there is an incentive to hire $ 700.

“We are also actively recruiting staff at schools and events, which we failed to do last year. Thanks to these efforts, we can expand the pre-season pools to offer more opportunities for swimming in more areas than in previous years, ”Allen said.


Rescuers’ classes will continue throughout May. For more information call the San Antonio Natatorium at 210-207-3299.


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