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Swimming Pools

Closed for the Season

Summer Pool Passes

Pool Passes Coming Spring 2023

Pool passes will be available for purchase online and at any Northbrook Park District registration office in March 2023.

New & Returning Members
Please note that new members must visit a Northbrook Park District registration office to have their photo taken and membership card printed. For returning members, existing passes will be activated for the season once membership has been renewed. Replacement passes are $5 each.

2022 Pool Passes & Fees

Season PassResidentNon-Resident
Individual (Age 2-64)$155$195
Senior (Age 65+)$115$145
Senior couple (Both Age 65+)$165$209
Household* of 2$209$265
Each Additional Child
$45$59
Nanny Pass (One per Household, purchased with any family pass)$109$109

Family Splash CardResidentNon-Resident
10 Visits - 2022 Season$79$99

Daily FeeResidentNon-Resident
Youth (Age 2-17)$9$11
Adult (Age 18-64)$10$12
Senior (Age 65+)$8$10
Children's Play Area (8am-10am at MAC)$4$5

*A Household is up to two adults and dependent children under 26 years of age who reside at the same address. Proof of residency may be required.

Pool Safety/Lifeguard Training

Our pool staff takes your family’s safety seriously, but they cannot do it alone. We remind parents and guardians that children should not be left unattended at the pool. Young children and non-swimmers should be supervised directly—within touching distance—by a responsible adult.

Safety is the number one priority of the Northbrook Park District. All Managers, Lifeguards and Swim Lesson Instructors must be certified by StarGuard or StarFish Swimming before being allowed to guard or teach. Both certifications are through Starfish Aquatics Institute, which has developed a risk management system and competency-based training program used by aquatic facilities around the world.

In addition, several staff members hold CPO (Certified Pool Operator) Licenses or AFO (Aquatic Facility Operator) Licenses. The national certification demonstrates that pool operators have completed the required education and training for proper facility and staff management and signifies our commitment to providing the highest level of service and professional excellence.

The Park District takes the following action to train pool staff and keep them vigilant:

Preseason Training

All Staff: Northbrook Park District Staff Orientation (2 hours)—Covers Risk Management, Personnel and Participant Conduct, and Customer Service

Managers: Lifeguard Skills Training Review (3 hours), Guard Training (24 hours), Facility Reviews (6 hours)

Guards: Guard Certification Training (24 hours for new guards, 20 hours for recertification), Facility Training (3 hours)

Swim Lesson Instructors: Instructor Trainer Certification (16 hours), Instructor Certification Training (8 hours)

In-Season Training

  • Lifeguard In-Services: Mandatory 4 hours per month
  • Vigilance Awareness Testing: Scan Watches and Dummy Rescues or Shadow Drops are completed 3 times per day at each facility

Audits

  • Staff completes one internal audit each month, based on StarGuard and PDRMA (Park District Risk Management Agency) standards
  • Cook County Public Health Department conducts 1-2 audits per facility each season
  • PDRMA conducts unannounced audits during the summer
  • Starfish Aquatics Institute – StarGuard will conduct 3 audits of our facilities during the summer
  • Starfish Aquatics Institute – StarFish Swimming will conduct one audit of our lessons during the summer

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