Who is considered a family member?
A family season pass is comprised of two adults and up to 4 children (max of 6 people) living at the same address. Children ages 19-24 that are full time college students living at home must show proof of residency. Additional children can be added to the membership with a fee of $13 per additional child. Any additional adults must purchase a separate membership. Baby-sitters or nannies will need to purchase their own season pass.
What is the easiest way to get a photo ID card?
Between November 24 and May 7, mail or bring individual photos with each family members name, address, and telephone number on the back of the photo along with your season pass order form to the Recreation Office. The ID cards and your photographs will be returned by mail. You may also e-mail pictures in a .JPG format ONLY to Pool Pass. No cell phone photos. After May 7, season ID cards will not be guaranteed to arrive by U.S. Mail before the swim season begins May 28. If you are coming to the Recreation Office to take photos for your ID cards, please plan ahead to avoid long lines.
What if I can't come in during normal business hours?
For your convenience, the Recreation Office, 100 E Santa Fe, will stay open until 6:00pm on the following dates:
The office will be open from 9:00am to 12:00pm on the following Saturdays:
Is there a telephone number I can call for information, hours of operation, prices?
Where can I find the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the Olathe swimming facilities?
|Black Bob Park Pool|
|14570 W. 151st Street|
|913-971-6255 x 1 (weather line)|
|15909 W. 127th Street|
|913-971-6255 x 2 (weather line)|
|Mill Creek Park Pool|
|320 E. Poplar|
|913-971-6255 x 3 (weather line)|
|Oregon Trail Pool|
|1800 W. Dennis|
|913-971-6255 x 4 (weather line)|