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Posted on: May 23, 2017

Three Irving Pools to Close June 3 for ISD Graduations

Irving Aquatics Only Opening Two Pools June 6

The City of Irving’s Parks and Recreation department will close three aquatics facilities on June 3 due to the large number of Irving Independent School District (ISD) graduating seniors who serve as summer lifeguards.

Pools closed on June 3:

  • Lee Park Pool,...
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Posted on: May 19, 2017

Spotlight: North Lake Natatorium Gets Facelift

North Lake Natatorium 2017 remodel - artist's rendering

The North Lake Natatorium has served the Irving community well for more than 30 years. The facility opened in 1985 as the first indoor pool to serve Irving residents, the Irving Independent School District (IISD) and North Lake College.

The 50-meter pool i...

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Posted on: April 19, 2017

Learn to Swim This Summer at Irving Pools and Aquatic Centers

Children learning to swim in pool.

Learn great swimming skills to get ready for trips to the beach or pool, or for a day on the water at a lake. Irving has easy access to neighborhood pools and welcoming aquatics staff. Fun for the whole family, learning to swim is an investment in life th...

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Posted on: April 14, 2017

Release Your Inner Shark

Competitive swimmer in a pool lane.

Irving Sharks is a fun and challenging swim team program offered by the City of Irving Aquatics Division for swimmers 7 years and older. Sharks participants have the opportunity to compete in Texas Amateur Athletic Federation League swim meets.

Team member...

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Posted on: March 20, 2017

Irving Aquatics Hiring Lifeguards for Summer Employment

Irving lifeguards stabilize a man on a board during training.

Interested in fun and flexible employment? The Parks and Recreation Department Aquatics division is looking for lifeguards for its summer pools and aquatic centers.

Help Wanted

The Parks and Recreation Department has open part-time positions for service-ori...

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Posted on: March 3, 2017

Students Learn Water Safety Through SwimSafe Program

Young boys in a pool, learning to swim at the Irving Parks and Recreation Department's SwimSafe program.

Since its debut in 2012, the Parks and Recreation Department’s SwimSafe program has offered life-saving education to children across Irving. In 2016, the program reached a new milestone by equipping 2,250 second grade students in Irving Independ...

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