The Manchester Recreation Complex pool will open on Tuesday, May 26 at noon following Governor Lee's Tennessee Pledge guidelines and the CDC for water parks, according to an announcement by Parks and Recreation Department.
To reduce the number of people swimming at once, and to provide increased sanitizing and cleaning; the pool will opening daily according to sessions.
Monday-Friday sessions are: noon-2 p.m., 3-5 p.m., and 6-8 p.m. Everyone must leave the pool at the end of the session for employees to clean and sanitize before reopening. Saturday and Sundays will have noon to 2 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. sessions.
Only those with membership passes are allowed to swim. No daily passes.
Indoor and outdoor pools will not be open at the same time to avoid swimmers going between pools. No public swim will be allowed indoors.
No daily passes will be allowed for the pool to limited capacity during phase one of reopening. The public may purchase a one month, six month or 12 month pass. Currently these passes are limited to residents of Manchester and Coffee County.
Everyone entering the facility will be required to have temperature checked and answer questions concerning COVID-19.
Swimmers should wear a face covering on the pool decks and hallway. Changing rooms will not be available. Chairs will not be available, but may be brought.