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Tyrone pool opens for the season on June 6

The newly renovated Tyrone Community Pool was open for the Memorial Day weekend and is geared up for the official opening for the season on June 6.
The pool at Reservoir Park has undergone major renovations during the last several months. Tyrone Borough Manager Sharon Dannaway said “it went fabulously” in reference to the pool being open for the Memorial Day weekend.
Dannaway said the renovations with the exception of the completion of the baby pool were in place for the holiday weekend. She said the baby pool would be ready for the June 6 official opening of the pool. The nearly $500,000 project included rehabilitation of the main pool and a new facility for the children’s pool area.
Pool passes have been on sale since the beginning of the month at a 10 percent discount. The discount will remain in effect until June 9. Season passes are available at the Tyrone Borough office.
The season pass prices for residents are as follows: family, $65 – discounted price, $58.50; adult, $45 – discounted price, $40.50; seniors (62 and up), $35 – discounted price, $31.50 and youth, $35 – discounted price, $31.50.
Pass prices for non-residents are as follows: family, $90 – discounted price, $81; adult, $70 – discounted price, $63; seniors, $60 – discounted price, $54 and youth, $60 – discounted price, $54.
The daily prices at the pool are as follows: adults 18 and over, $3; swimmers age 6 to 17, $2 and children age five and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult.
The pool also offers several programs including swimming instruction for children, lap swimming, open family swimming, private parties and weekend events.
For more information on the Tyrone Community Pool, contact the borough office at 684-1330 or the borough’s payment office at 684-1337.