Pool bubble

Lifeguard Luke Tske watches over the pool Friday, Nov. 24, 2017, at the Twin Falls City Pool in Twin Falls.

PAT SUTPHIN TIMES-NEWS

TWIN FALLS — Pass holders visited the city pool 19,243 times between April and December last year, the city’s aquatics director reported.

Combined with 14,313 daily admissions, the city pool recorded more than 34,000 visits during that time. As of Thursday, 335 people owned passes.

Most of the visits took place in June and July, and visitation dropped sharply after August.

Here’s the breakdown of pool attendance, by month, that John Pauley included in his recent report to the Parks and Recreation Commission:

April

Pass Holders: 1,765

Daily Admission: 1,086

Total: 2,851

May

Pass Holders: 2,016

Daily Admission: 1,228

Total: 3,244

June

Pass Holders: 3,250

Daily Admission: 3,847

Total: 7,097

July

Pass Holders: 3,782

Daily Admission: 4,215

Total: 7,997

August

Pass Holders: 2,971

Daily Admission: 2,481

Total: 5,452

September

Pass Holders: 1,738

Daily Admission: 544

Total: 2,282

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October

Pass Holders: 867

Daily Admission: 86

Total: 953

November

Pass Holders: 596

Daily Admission: 199

Total: 795

December

Pass Holders: 2,258

Daily Admission: 1,127

Total: 3,385

Twin Falls Parks and Recreation is selling a punch pass now that gets you 20 visits for the price of 15. That cost is $68 for adults, $52 for children ages 4 to 17, and $38 for children 3 years and younger.

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