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City Council approves fees for Aquatic Center

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Columbus City Council has approved fees for the Aquatic Center.

For Muscogee County residents, the entrance fees for the Aquatic Center are as follows:

Ages 11 and under: $2

Ages 12 to 17: $3.

Ages 18 to 54: $5.

Ages 55 and over: $3.

For non-Muscogee Country residents, fees for the Aquatic Center are doubled.

For Muscogee County residents, other public pool fees are as follows:

Ages 11 and under: $1.

Ages 12 to 17: $2.

Ages 18 to 54: $3.

Ages  55 and over: $2.

For non-Muscogee County residents, fees for other public pools are doubled.

Season passes for Muscogee County residents start at 30 dollars for one person, 45 dollars for non-Muscogee County residents,  with cost per individual going down as number of individuals increases. For more information on specific season pass prices, swim lessons, and Lifeguard Training Certification, click here to visit the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department website.   

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