2021 General Hours
|Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday||1pm to 5:30pm|
|Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday||1pm to 8:30pm|
Operation Notice Phase 4 Restore Illinois Plan
By entering the Highland Community Pool you take full responsibility for your own protection, for the risk that you could contract COVID-19, and for disinfecting your hands.
- Please do not enter the facility if you have had any symptoms or exposure related to COVID-19. Symptoms include, but not limited to: cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and fever of 100.4 or higher.
- All patrons must adhere to social distancing guidelines except for those belonging to the same household.
- Capacity will be limited per CDC/IDPH guidelines. Therefore, guests with reservations will have priority. Max capacity: 50
- Restrictions may be made to facility amenities. Currently not in operation: Wading Pool & Concession Area
- If a line is formed, please maintain at least 6 ft. of distance between yourself and the next person/group. Orange markings are painted on the deck for lines at the entrance, diving board, and climbing wall.
- Limited deck chairs are available and have Blue markings on the deck to accommodate the spacing. Personal folding chairs are allowed.
- A vending machine with drinks is available. Snacks and drinks from home are permitted, but must be consumed in the concession area.
- Please be prepared to follow all CDC guidelines.
- Operations may be altered at any time based upon the most recent executive orders or as facility use dictates.
Facility Address: 2123 Park Street
Children under 9 must have someone 16 or older with them or have passed Learn to Swim Level 2 Swimming Lessons.
The pool manager shall, under the following conditions, be authorized to close the pool:
- Low attendance and/or reservations for the day
- When the air temperature falls below 70 degrees Fahrenheit for a continuous one-hour period.
- If storm conditions create a clearing of the pool and there is no sign of weather changing.
- Anytime lightning is spotted or thunder is heard, the pool will close for 15 minutes and will not reopen until thunder or lightning has not occurred for 15 minutes.
- Situations occur that jeopardize public health or safety including fecal and vomitting accidents. Illinois Health Code requires clearing the pool for a minimum of 15 minutes while chemical adjustments are made.
Refunds are not issued for any unscheduled closings.
*The pool may reopen at employee shift change, which occurs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 4:30pm. Employee shift changes do not occur on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays so the pool will remain closed.