'20 Entry to the Facility / Guests / Health Checks
Entry to the Facility
Membership cards are required to enter the facilities . All members must be scanned into the facility. This is crucial to allow for accurate contact tracing should there be a case of COVID-19 at the swim pools. Please remember your membership card at each visit. If you do not have your membership card, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 973-326-7371.
Visit our website(will be posted 6/25) for more information on photo session schedule for new members and those members needing replacement photos.
Guest admissions will be limited for the 2020 season. Due to the required Covid-19 capacity restrictions, paper guest passes and guest punch cards valid for 2020 paid memberships will only be accepted on Weekdays after 3:00 pm until closing. No guest passes will be accepted on Friday, July 3, 2020 or on Weekends.
There will be no guest pass admission sales at the pools this year. As of June 24, 2020 Guest Punch Card sales have been suspended. A swim pool member may only bring in one guest each day.
Organized birthday and special occasion parties will not be permitted for the 2020 season.
Members: Staff will be alert for fever or signs of COVID-19 illness at designated entry points including fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. Temperature checks of members are not required for pool entry, but may be requested by a member.
Informational signage on Covid-19 symptoms will be posted at the pool entrances and throughout the pool complex.
Anyone exhibiting these symptoms will not be admitted to the pool, or they asked to exit the pool if the Covid-19 symptoms become evident after admittance.
Staff: Temperature readings of staff entering the facility will be required and recorded daily. Persons that have a fever of 100.4° or above or other signs of COVID-19 illness will not be admitted to the facilities. Pool staff will be trained to be on the alert for signs of illness and to stay home when they are sick.