Wednesday, 05 August 2020
Login |  Register 
Find Products or Services in your local community
RMG Onlline News US National Business Health & Science Political World Sports
Falls City Council action on pool and parks

(KLZA)-- With the loosening of directed health measures from the State of Nebraska, many of the restrictions at the Falls City Aquatic Park are no longer in place.

Council members responded to requests from the public to make a pass available for sale for the remainder of the swim season. The price will be $75 which is half of what a season pass normally costs.

In addition, punch cards for 10 pool entries are available to purchase for $20. 

It was noted that due to the COVID-19 pandemic,  the aquatic park will shut down for the season when school begins and not be open on weekends through Labor Day this year.

Council members also voted to continue to keep park restrooms and the shower house at Stanton Lake Park closed due to the sanitizing requirements.  A motion to open the restrooms failed with only Council members Don Ferguson and Derek Leyden voting in favor. 

© Many Signals Communications
You will need to be logged in to leave a comment.
Please Login

characters left

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
Click here to review our Terms of Use.


Click Here For All Stories

First COVID-19 death reported in Nemaha Co, KS
Missouri primary election results
Pawnee County stolen vehicle arrest
Enough signatures gathered in Humboldt mayor recall petition
Falls City Council approves hiring incentive for police officers
No serious injuries in 3-vehicle Jackson Co wreck
One teen hurt, another arrested, in Tuesday shooting
Goff man injured in Nemaha Co wreck
Election results
Tecumseh prison staffer tests positive for coronavirus
Click Here For All Stories

©2020 RMGNewsOnlline

Powered by Radio Media Group