INDIANAPOLIS — The Bethel Park pool has closed due to maintenance issues dealing with a leak and an electrical outage.
Indy Parks will have crews working on the maintenance issues this coming weekend. They did not provide a specific date for when the pool will reopen.
Meanwhile, Indy Parks has five other pools that are open to the public:
- Frederick Douglass Family Center
- Garfield Park
- Perry Park
- Thatcher Park
- Christian Park (Willard Pool)
Marion County residents are able to enter for free. For a free pool pass, residents must show proof of address on a utility bill, rent or mortgage statement, school enrollment materials, or driver's license.
Residents are able to get pool passes at any pool, some family center, or customer service center.
Out-of-county residents must pay a fee to enter the pool will depend on the pool, but it ranges between $2-5.
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