This year's Non-Resident pool passes will be available for purchase on April 10, 2021.  

 Please see the instructions below on rules for purchase.

PURCHASE HERE AT WWW.LWDPOOLPASS.ORG at 9:00 AM

More information is available at

www.lincolnwoodil.org

The Lincolnwood Non-Resident Pool Pass online purchase site will only become available on April 10, 2021 - starting at 9:00 AM.

Until the system indicates that all non-resident passes have been sold, there are still passes available for sale. While passes are available, you will be able to purchase them online throughout the day on Saturday, April 10- May 8.

If passes are still available, beginning Monday, May 10th,  non-residents may purchase passes in person at the Parks and Recreation office in Village Hall, until all available passes have been sold. 

The Pool Opens May 29, 2021!

Aquatic Center Pass Categories

Aquatic Center passes may be purchased in the following categories.

Family Passes: A family is defined as parents/guardians and any unmarried children age 2 through 24 living at the same address. Children 25 and over living at home, and other relatives and individuals in the same household, are not included in the family pass. A parent or legal guardian must be included in the family pass, and must provide birth certificates for each child.  

Children under age 2 (by May 29, 2021) this year will need a pass to enter the pool.  Please include them in your Family Member count.  They will not be charged, but will need the pass for entry.


Children ages 19-24: Children ages 19-24 should be included in the family pass if residing at the parent’s/guardian’s address.

Nanny Passes: You will be able to add one non-resident Nanny in addition to your family. Nannies living within the Village of Lincolnwood may purchase a resident pass at a later date at the Parks and Recreation Department.

Senior/Senior Couple Passes: Up to two Senior passes may be purchased. Each must be at least 55 years of age as of May 29, 2020. If you do not qualify for a senior pass the system will inform you what category and price you qualify for.

Individual Passes: You may purchase one or two passes. Up to two individual, related or not, may apply if they both reside at the same address.

Pass Use and Issuance

  • To gain entrance, you must show your Aquatic Center ID card at the aquatic center entrance. Receipts will not be accepted.
     

  • 2019 Aquatic Center pass holders will need to retake a photo. Your pass from last year will be reactivated when your registration is processed.
     

  •  All aquatic center members will be issued a photo ID membership card
     

  • If you are a new member this year, every member of your family who will be getting a pass will need to come in and get a photo ID. Pass photos can be taken at the Parks and Recreation office in Village Hall from 9am-5pm starting May 17th . The Parks and Recreation office will be open until 7pm on Thursdays May 20th and May 27th.

Changes in 2021 and Covid-19 Protocal:

The upcoming summer at the aquatic center will be a unique experience. The Parks and Recreation Department is grateful to have the opportunity to open the aquatic center this season and our team will work to ensure a smooth transition through ongoing updates and communication through this website and emails to pass holders. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we navigate this summer season together.

Additional safety protocols and processes will be in place to ensure safe access during the COVID-19 pandemic. Examples of these processes and guidelines currently planned include:

  • Timeslot reservation system for pass holders (no charge), residents without a pass (visit fee), and guests of pass holders and residents (visit fee) due to facility capacity limits

  • Timeslots will be available for reservations seven days in advance of the anticipated visit date

  • Timeslots will be two to three hours in length

  • Reservations will be made online through RecTrac, the Parks and Recreation Department’s registration system

  • 30-60 minute gaps between timeslots to allow for full facility cleaning between groups

  • Temperature and/or wellness checks at the gate

  • Mask requirements in certain areas of the facility (not required while swimming, traveling between a deck chair and the pool, or while sitting and eating in the concession area)

  • Shifts in typical program (swim lessons, swim team, fitness classes) times to ensure time for cleaning between activities and timeslots

  • Limited ability for swim team, swim lesson, or event spectators to be in the facility due to capacity limits

 

The Parks & Recreation team is striving to ensure recreational swim time is accessible to community members, within safety guidelines and while taking into consideration the possibility of our region moving into more strict or loosened guidelines at any time during the season. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we navigate this summer season together.