Pool Schedule

Lap Pool opened Tuesday January 19 with extended time slots.
Leisure Pool and Open Swim will open Wednesday, January 20.  

Our pool areas have been upgraded with new wall paint, decking, and enhanced airflow.

Group of boys playing football in the pool

  • Registration is required to access the pool
  • Access is  available for members only at this time
  • Select your swim day - you will be asked to select your swim time within the registration process
  • Sign up is open 3 days prior to your visit until 4:00am on the day of your visit

Walk-in member registration is allowed during Open Swim time slots, within capacity limits

Lap Pool Access

  1. Lap Swim
  2. Deep Water Exercise
  3. Open Swim
Monday thru FridaySaturday

6-6:45am MWF only
7-7:45am MWF only
7:45-8:45pm MW only


Pool Rules

  1. All patrons using the swimming pools or spas must wear a swimsuit.
  2. Swimsuits only are allowed in the pool. The following items may not be worn:
    • Boxers, sports bras or other undergarments
    • Gym shorts
    • Jean shorts
    • Spandex shorts
    • Sweatshirts
    • T-shirts
  3. All patrons wishing to use the pool or spas must take a soaking shower before entering the water.
  4. Children 5 years old and under must have direct in-water supervision by a responsible person 16 years of age or older.  The responsible person must be in the water with a swimsuit on within arm's length of the child at all times.
  5. Children 6 to 8 years old must be supervised by a responsible person 16 years of age or older.  The responsible person must stay in the pool area. 
  6. Children must be 11 years of age or older to be left alone in the building, unsupervised. Ages 9 to 11 must have a parent within the community center while they are visiting the Chaska Community Center pool.
  7. Flotation devices such as lifejackets or water wings are only allowed with direct in-water supervision of a responsible person 16 years of age or older. Lifejackets or water wings are not allowed in the deep end or on the waterslide. Lifejackets and water wings are the only floatation devices allowed in the pools. 
  8. All non-toilet trained children must wear swim diapers with a plastic liner over them. 
  9. Spa usage is limited to 5 people per spa. The hot spa is for adults 18 and over. Children who have a responsible person supervising them may use the warm spa. Bathing times may be regulated during busy times and swimming is not allowed in the spas. The warm spa is only open during open swim. Children cannot sit in the warm spa after open swim ends. 
  10. Lap swim is scheduled for those patrons who can swim laps continuously, follow all rules, take directions from the lifeguard, are willing to share a lane, and are able to be respectful of all other patrons. One lane will be designated for aqua jogging. Equipment such as water belts, dumbbells, noodles, fins, kickboards and pull buoys will only be available during lap swim times. No lifeguard is on duty during early morning lap swim; therefore all participants must be 16 years old or older or accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age.
  11. No food or beverages are allowed in the pool area. Water is allowed in plastic containers, no glass is allowed.
  12. No goggles or toys are allowed in the deep end of the pool or on the slide.
  13. All children must be 48 inches tall to go down the yellow water slide. If a child is not 48 inches they must pass the swim test administered by the lifeguard. Contact a lifeguard for the waterslide swim test procedures.
  14. Patrons must supply their own lifejackets and goggles. Equipment is only for lessons or special events.
  15. No diving in the lap pool, except in the deep end circle.
  16. Parents are not allowed to catch their children jumping off the diving platform or going down the yellow waterslide. They can catch their child going down the caterpillar slide.
  17. No spinning, flips, back dives, back entries or sailor dives off the diving platform, the side of the pool, or off the rope swing.