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Posted on: June 29, 2021

Aquatic Center Season Passes now available

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Spring Hill Aquatic Center will sell season passes for the remainder of the 2021 season. 

The adjusted rates are:

Resident Individual Season Pass: $40
Resident Family Season Pass: $70
Non-resident Individual Season Pass: $50
Non-resident Family Season Pass: $90

A "resident" is anyone living within the city limits of Spring Hill, paying a property tax levy which funds the operations of the Aquatic Center.  A "household" is defined by one adult and five children or two adults and four children. "Children" are up to the age of 23. Adults on the pass must have legal guardianship of the children on the pass. No friends, cousins, babysitters, etc. staying for the summer may be included on the pass. Additional children in the home may be added for $10. 

Season Passes can be purchased at the Aquatic Center beginning June 30. Punch passes are still available for $27. Punch passes allow for 10 visits. Daily admission remains at $3. 

Beginning July 5, the Aquatic Center will be open daily from 12 - 6:30 p.m. The Aquatic Center will no longer have the “session” schedule and will not close at 3 p.m.

The Spring Hill Aquatic Center is open daily through August 15.

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