Ready to literally dive into summer? You’re in luck, because public pools around Edmonton are officially reopening next week! Thanks to Alberta entering Step 2 of our reopening plan, the city has been given the go ahead to, quite literally, go be cool in the pool. Here’s what you need to know.

A total of 4 of Edmonton’s public pools will reopen on Monday, June 14th. These are:

  • Kinsmen Sports Centre
  • Queen Elizabeth Outdoor Pool
  • Fred Broadstock Outdoor Pool
  • Oliver Outdoor Pool

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The majority of these pools have been closed for over a year, and we’re definitely chomping at the bit to dive back in once more. After all, swimming is a great workout and can be enjoyed both solo or with a couple of your close contacts. Especially when it’s like 25 degrees and sunny out.

Of course, things won’t be a free for all once they do reopen. The current plan is to reopen with reduced capacity, and all visitors will be required to book a time online and in advance. Sorry, but no popping over to your local pool to splash around quite yet, folks.

For more info on the reopening plan for public pools around Edmonton, just click here!