The Falls Aquatic Center in Cedar Falls is reopening to the public for daily admission, starting Thursday.

City officials made the announcement in a press release, saying safety measures will be in place to keep patrons and staff safe during the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to season pass holders, daily admission is being limited to 600 patrons to allow for proper social distancing. No daily passes will be issued beyond 600.

All patrons are expected to follow the COVID-19 requirements in place at the facility. The requirements include wearing a mask when not in the pool and abiding by the social distancing markers in place at the Falls. Patrons may be asked to leave if they do not follow the pandemic precautions, city officials said.

Daily admission is $8 for anyone over the age of three. The fee for children under the age of two is $3. Patrons can check current pool attendance at The REC Cedar Falls website.

The Falls Aquatic Center is open daily from noon to 8 PM through Aug. 9, weather and crowd permitting.

The facility has been open only to season pass holders since June 20.

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