Tiffin, Ohio — After having to cancel the 2020 season due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, the Tiffin Parks and Recreation Department and City Administration have decided to make the City Pool and city-run parks programs free to residents of the City of Tiffin for the 2021 season.
Beginning April 5, residents and non-residents may visit tiffinparks.com to register for a pool pass or parks programs for Summer 2021.
Residents of the City of Tiffin will be able to get a pass for free daily admission to the pool, and non-residents will need to pay a one-time $10 fee for the season. A member ID will be created for every pass holder.
No one will be admitted without a member ID, and there will be no in-person registration or payments accepted. There will be a daily cap on pool attendance, details of which will be made available closer to opening date. The pool is to be open 1-7 p.m. May 31-Aug. 15.
The pool also will continue to make pool rentals available throughout the Summer 2021 season. Pool rentals are from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5-7 p.m. on weekends for $150 for up to 25 attendees. For more information, visit tiffinparks.com.
In addition, all City of Tiffin parks programs will also be free. Those programs include:
- Tiffin Youth Fire Academy
- Xplore Nature
- Xplore the World
- Xplore Space
- Xplore Art
- Superhero Week
- Sand volleyball league
- Kickball league
Partnership camps will still have a fee associated. Those programs include:
- Tennis Camp
- Equestrian Camp
- Golf Camp
To sign up for one or more of these programs, register beginning April 5 at the Tiffin Parks and Recreation Department website. Each program will have a limit for capacity.
“I’m proud that we’re able to offer this service for the residents of the City of Tiffin,” said Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz. “After having to close the pool and cancel programs last year, I hope this will be a success in bringing the youth back to our great parks programs.”
“I’m looking forward to having everyone back at the pool and in our programs this year, and welcome back everyone who we weren’t able to see last year,” said Tiffin Parks Director Bryce Kuhn.
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