For our current schedule, please visit our Facebook Page. Masks ARE required currently, based on the OCHD mask mandate for public schools.
***As of the May 18, 2020 Board of Education Meeting, the Board voted to close the leisure pools permanently. More information presented at the meeting.
Huron Valley Pools & Fitness offers two comprehensive, 98,500-square-foot community aquatic and fitness centers. Each has a competitive pool, a 5,000-square-foot fitness center with weight and aerobic equipment, and a 1/9-mile indoor walking/running track.
All patrons visiting Huron Valley Pools & Fitness must have a waiver on file.
Pools and Fitness Online Waiver (preferred method) Please use this link to complete the online waiver. You must select "Enroll Now" on the page (right) and create an account or sign into your account.
Pools & Fitness Waiver (paper copy)
Pools & Fitness Fillable Waiver (paper copy)
Features (Equivalent at Both Sites):
- Competitive Pools for lap swimming. Each measure eight 25-yard lanes by six 25-meter lanes. Each pool has two diving boards with 13-foot wells.
- Pool temperature: 78-80 degrees
- Fitness Centers are 5,000-square-foot rooms featuring cardio equipment including, treadmills, ellipticals, recumbent and upright bikes. Also, weight training stations and free weights to work all of the major muscle groups.
- Elevated Running / Walking Tracks have banked surfaces and span the perimeter of the field houses. At 9 laps to the mile, the tracks are more forgiving than smaller configurations.
- Family Changing Rooms are featured in addition to men's and women's locker rooms.
- Rentals can be scheduled at both facilities, based upon availability. Please contact us at Lisa.Zielaskowski@hvs.org for details.
HVS is currently following County and State Health Dept Guidelines for COVID protocols and cases.
1. Masks are required by all visitors to any school building (including pools and fitness centers). This includes keeping your mask on while using the fitness center or attending our fitness classes. The only exception is when you are "in" the pool itself, but a mask is worn on deck at all times.