Dowding Municipal Pool

Seward's Dowding Municipal Pool
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167 North 14th Street

phone   402-643-4674


The pool office will be open from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Monday, May 22 through Friday, May 26 for purchasing pool passes!

General Swim Hours

Mon. – Sat. Noon – 5:00 & 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Adult Swim Hours

Monday – Saturday 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Aerial view of Seward's Dowding Municipal Poo

Daily Fees

Adult (18-54) $5.00
Youth (3 – 17) $4.00
Senior (55-64) $4.00
Seniors (65 & Older) Free
Age 2 & under Free

Season Pass Fees

Individual $75.00
Family $150.00
(Family passes include 2 Adults & up to 4 youths (17 and under) from the same household. $10 per person for additional family members.)

Water Exercise Classes

This is an informal class for any woman or man age 18 and older. There is no swimming involved as you will be in waist to chest deep water. Classes use low/no impact aerobics, range of motion, stretching and breathing exercises. Individuals may attend without pre registration. Registration is open throughout the entire summer swim season.

Morning Classes: Monday – Friday from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Evening Classes: Monday – Friday from 5:15-6:15 p.m.

Season Exercise Pass
(includes attendance at any exercise class)
$55.00
10 Class Punch Card $30.00
Individual Class $3.50

Swimming Lessons

The Dowding Municipal Pool offers group and private swimming lessons for a variety of ages and levels.
Pre-K and Parent Swim Lesson Registration Form
Group Swim Lesson Registration Form
Private Swim Lesson Registration Form

About the Dowding Municipal Pool

The new Dowding Municipal Pool opened on July 3, 2004, to rave reviews. The pool holds 740,000 gallons of water and has a capacity of 1,200 patrons. Pool features include a water slide, two diving towers, spring boards, lap swimming lanes, numerous water play features, a concession stand, and an ADA-compliant bathhouse. The new pool preserves the unique round design of the former pool, built in 1919, that had been a Seward landmark for more than 80 years.


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