Recreational Swim

Pat Granucci Aquatics Center
450 East Mayes Street

Check back in Spring 2024 for the rec swim schedule!

Daily Entrance Fees (7/1/23-6/30/24)

2 & younger

Free (with paying adult)      

3-17

$4.25

18+

$6.00

Senior (55+)

$4.25

Summer Pass$84.00


Cash, check and card accepted. 

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Pool Rules
  1. Obey lifeguard instructions at all times.
  2. Swim only when a lifeguard is on duty. Do not distract lifeguards with undue conversations or diversions.
  3. We reserve the right to refuse services to anyone.
  4. Swim attire required. (No basketball shorts, cotton t-shirts, jeans, or loose clothing.)
  5. Shower before entering the pool.
  6. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  7. No running, pushing, horseplay, or piggyback rides.
  8. Noodles and small diving toys are only allowed during recreation swim hours at the lifeguards’ discretion.   
  9. All flotation devices must be Coast Guard approved. (Life jackets are not provided.)
  10. All pool equipment is to be used properly for its intended use.
  11. No jumping, hanging on handrails, hanging on lane lines or backstroke flag poles.
  12. All ladders must be kept clear.
  13. The City is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
  14. Everyone under 18 years of age must pass swim test to enter the main pool.
  15. Must swim laps in lap lanes.
  16. Circle swim when more than two people in a lap lane.
  17. No gum, alcohol, smoking/vaping, or glass containers in the pool area.
  18. All persons not toilet-trained, including incontinence, must wear a swim diaper.
  19. No photography or videography.
  20. If a person vomits, they must wait 24 hours before entering a pool.
  21. Non-Swimmers plus children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water within arm’s reach.
  22. The City will close the pool facility if there is: thunder and/or lighting, heavy rain and/or hail, high winds, mechanical failure, or environmental hazards.
  23. Failure to adhere to these rules or anyone who jeopardizes the safety of others will be dismissed and/or suspended by management staff without refund.
Diving Board Rules
  1. Participants must pass a swim test before use of the diving boards.
  2. NO diving into any pool unless going off the diving board.
  3. No recreational swimming permitted in dive well.
  4. A swim test may be requested at any time by a Lifeguard, Pool Manager, or guardian.
  5. One person allowed on the diving board at one time.
  6. Participants must wait on the pool deck until the person before them has reached the ladder or swam under the safety rope.
  7. Running & double bouncing on the diving board is prohibited.
  8. Before jumping into the water make sure area below is clear of swimmers.
  9. Jump straight off the board, not off to one side. 
  10. All divers must face forward when going off the diving board. 
  11. Back & inward dives are prohibited.
  12. After entering the water from the diving board, swim to the nearest ladder and exit promptly.
  13. No life jackets/water wings or goggles permitted on diving board.
Pool Lift Available

Our pool lifts are available to provide assistance entering the water.

Contact Information

For any other questions regarding the City of Dixon Aquatics, please contact:

Kyla Schnitter – Recreation Supervisor
707-343-8162
kschnitter@cityofdixon.us

Recreational Swimming Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I have to pay to enter if I am not swimming?

Once a patron has entered the facility, they are our responsibility, and will be provided with care in the event of an emergency. Lifeguard to patron ratios apply to everyone on the pool deck and restrooms, including spectators and infants, therefore additional lifeguards are required to be present for patrons both in and out of the swimming pools.

Why are certain items not allowed at the pool?

We do not allow items that either obstruct the lifeguard's view of the pool or may create safety hazards in and around the pool. (ie: rafts, inner tubes, pool noodles, glass bottles, alcohol, etc.)

Why do I have to wear a bathing suit to go into the pool?

Under the Health and Safety Code we are required to follow, patrons must either wear a bathing suit or a change of appropriate clothing that constitutes swim wear. The clothing worn upon entry is not suitable to wear in the water as it creates filtration and pool chemistry issues.

What temperature is the pool?

The pool is heated and is kept at around 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

General Information
Phone Numbers
(707) 678-7000
Fax: (707) 678-0960
Emergencies: Dial 911
Location
600 East A St.
Dixon,
CA
95620