Aquatics Facilities

Aquatic Information

2024 Season Pass Rates

Passes go on sale April 1.
Purchase your pool pass in April and your household will receive two complementary outdoor pool daily guest passes to use with your membership! One set of passes per household will be added to the household account.

Early Bird
Apr 1 - May 31
June 1
April 4
Individual $103 $120 $182
Family of 2 $155 $181 $270
Family of 3 $208 $242 $361
Family of 4 $233 $270 $407
Family of 5 $255 $292 $442
Family of 6 $274 $311 $470
Family of 7 $295 $336 $501
Family of 8 $315 $355 $531
Family of 9 $336 $377 $559
Nanny Pass $103 $120 $182
Senior Pass (Age 65+) $93 $102 $153
Senior Couple $139 $155 $232


  • Resident Early Bird Pool Passes are sold until May 31. Regular season pricing begins June 1. 
  • Anyone entering the facility must have a Pool Pass or pay daily admission, starting at 12 months of age. Children turning 1 by May 24 must purchase a pass. 
  • Daily fee age breakdown: 11 months & younger=Free  /  Child=Ages 1-17  /  Adult=Ages 18 & up  /  Senior=Age 65 & up
  • Pool Pass pictures are available at Maine Park Leisure Center, Centennial Fitness Center, and Centennial Activity Center.
  • Full refunds will be granted for season pool passes issued before May 31. Starting June 1, prorated refunds will only be issued for medical reasons. 
  • Persons younger than 9 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible person 16 years of age or older.
  • Please note: Your receipt for aquatics daily admission fees cannot be credited towards the purchase of a seasonal pool pass.

Nanny Passes
  • Nanny Pass cannot be renewed online.
  • One Nanny Pass per family.
  • Must be employed by a family holding a 2024 Pool Pass. Nannies may not be counted as an additional family member. 
  • Must provide documentation of employment. Proof of employment can be presented via email from employer by submitting a family information form for the nanny to The information form must have the nanny’s pertinent information (their name, address, phone, email).
  • Nanny will have to come in to one of the facilities listed below to get photo ID card printed (unless they have a pass ID card from previous seasons).

Printed Pool Passes & Photos

Patrons who purchase a pool pass online can take their photos and receive their printed pool passes at the facilities listed below. Please note, If you have a printed pool pass from previous years, you do not need to come in for a new photo and printed pass.

Maine Park Leisure Center, 2701 W. Sibley St.
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-8:00pm
Friday:  8:30am-4:30pm
Saturday:  9:00am-Noon

Centennial Activity Center, 100 S. Western Ave.
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Centennial Fitness Center, 1515 W. Touhy Ave.
Monday-Thursday: 5:30am-9:00pm
Friday: 5:30am-8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am-5:00pm

Use your Phone to Pull Up Your Pool Pass! 

If you are unable to find your physical pool pass ID card, you can log into your online registration household account on your phone to pull up your membership barcode for the admission desk to scan.

  1. From home page, click on Registration at the top right of the screen.
  2. Log into your account. At the top of the screen you will see “My Membership Card”.
  3. Choose your name (if multiple people in the household have memberships) and it will show your active memberships and the barcode.
  4. This can be used for all memberships under your name.
  5. You can take a screenshot of your membership card barcode and scan it at the entrance to the aquatic facilities.

Residency Verification

Has it been a while since your last registration with the Park Ridge Park District? Online registrants are required to submit a Family Information Form and proof of residency before gaining access to the online registration process. Your residency verification is valid for two years. Click here for more information on how to check your status and/or renew your residency verfication.

Weather Policy

Opening and closing of the pool is subject to prevailing weather conditions, including cold weather (temperature at 68 degrees or below) electrical or thunder storms, or heavy rain.

Or if there are:

  • 25 or less guests within an hour time at Centennial Aquatic Center
  • 10 or less guests within an hour time at Hinkley Pool
  • No guests for two hours at South Park Pool
  • No guests for two hours at Prospect Park Splash Pad

Check the facility opening status

About Our Lifeguards

At the Park Ridge Park District, we’re serious about safety. All our lifeguards are Starguard Elite trained in lifeguarding, CPR for the professional rescuer, first aid, AED, and oxygen administration. To further ensure they’re always prepared for an emergency, lifeguards receive extensive preseason training, and they’re required to attend four hours of in-service per month, in addition to participating in unannounced audits coordinated by Park Ridge Park District pool managers to test any of their skills at any time.

We are now hiring lifeguards age 15 and older! If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard with the Park Ridge Park District, please fill out an online application on our job posting page. Candidates that are chosen to work will get lifeguard certified through the Park District.

Want to Join our Aquatics Staff?

Our Lifeguard Class gets you certified!

Lifeguards play an important role in a swimming facility's risk management program. Successful participants in this class become certified lifeguards with the Starguard Elite Lifeguard program. The course curriculum includes water safety, rescue techniques, basic first aid, CPR, AED certification, and emergency oxygen support training. Course completion is a prerequisite for employment with the Park District but does not guarantee employment with the district or surrounding aquatic facilities. The lifeguard candidate must attend all days of the course in order to pass.

Start training early as a Junior Lifeguard!

This program for ages 10-14 teaches students rescue techniques, pool procedures, CPR, and First Aid. The skills learned will stick with students and help them down the line in not just lifeguarding, but real-life scenarios. We strive to develop leadership skills in our junior lifeguards, which is why they receive hands-on experience shadowing a real lifeguard. It is our hope that students transition into lifeguards when they turn 15 years old and practice these skills even more. At the end of the program, junior lifeguards get to participate in the Illinois Park and Recreation Association Lifeguard games.

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