North Bergen municipal pool opening soon

Residents can jump in on June 26, but must register first

Make a splash this summer!
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Make a splash this summer!

The North Bergen municipal pool will be open to North Bergen residents only beginning Saturday, June 26, Mayor Nicholas Sacco and Parks Commissioner Hugo Cabrera have announced.

Like last year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no annual memberships. Instead, the township will issue daily passes for individual three-hour sessions.

The first session will run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This will be for seniors only ages 62 and older. Admission is free; no younger guests. Only the lap pool will be open.

The second session will run fromΒ 12:45 to 3:45 p.m.Β The third session will run from 4 to 7 p.m. During these times, the pool will be open to all ages.

Register in advance

Residents must register in advance using the online pool portal at https://etrak-ne1.com/etrak/portal?org=26. After entering the required information, registrants will receive an approval confirmation. This may take a day or two to process.

Registered users must sign up through the portal for a specific time period. Signup will be allowed for sessions within the next 24 hours only, one session per day. Residents must sign up online. No walkups will be allowed.

The cost is $5 per adult, ages 16 and up; $4 per child; and $3 per senior for the afternoon and evening sessions. Kids under one year are free.

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