Evansville Pools Scheduled to Reopen in June 2021

Neighborhood pools in Evansville are set to open on Saturday, June 5 - and the city's parks department is looking to hire pool managers, lifeguards, and more.

Posted: Mar 4, 2021 3:44 PM
Updated: Mar 5, 2021 9:49 AM

City officials in Evansville said Thursday that neighborhood pools would be open to the public for the 2021 spring and summer season. 

This comes after pools throughout the city remained closed for the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pools overseen by the Parks and Recreation Department include:

In addition to pools reopening, city officials said Thursday that adult sports leagues would also resume in the 2021 Spring and Summer seasons.

Now, the Parks and Recreation Department is looking to fill part-time summer jobs as these seasonal services resume.

Applications are being accepted for lifeguards, cashiers, camp counselors, scorekeepers, and sports officials, but lifeguards must have a current certification prior to their first day of work.

Neighborhood pools will open June 5, and registration for Spring team sports will continue through April 1. Leagues begin on April 11.

To apply or register online, click here.

For more information, call 812-435-6162.

The Department of Parks and Recreation says it will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions with the Reopen Evansville Task Force and Vanderburgh County Health Department.

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Following the passage of some scattered rainfall earlier this morning this afternoon turned out to be quite pleasant, albeit cooler overall. After peaking at 73° on Monday afternoon in Evansville, the River City reached just 68° earlier today - obviously a drop of just 5° isn't anything significant from day to day, but that difference signals the arrival of a cooling trend expected to last into the weekend ahead. As for the remainder of our Tuesday, expect our mainly cloudy skies to linger into the evening and overnight hours as temperatures gradually dwindle into the upper 40s for many of us.
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