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For the 2023 season, the Pool hours are Monday- Sunday from noon - 6 p.m.
For inquiries, please contact Centennial Commons, 314.505.8625
For the 2023 pool season, swim lessons will not be offered.
Non-residents may use the Heman Park Swimming Pool several ways: they can become a Centennial Commons member which gives full access to Heman Pool, purchase an annual swim pass or purchase a nonresident ID card ($7-regardless of age). Admission (with ID card): $7 for youths/seniors; $9 for adults
Yes, you must pay to enter the Heman Park Swimming Pool facility.
Memberships and ID cards may be purchased at the Centennial Commons Control Desk (Photo ID required) and are available to both residents and non-residents.
To access the facility at resident rates, individuals will need to obtain a resident recreation ID card and pay the daily admission fee.
To obtain a resident recreation ID card, residents must present their University City—issued occupancy permit as proof of residency and pay a $5.00 fee—NO EXCEPTIONS
Occupancy permits are available at City Hall, located at 6801 Delmar, on the 4th floor Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please Note: To be added to a Centennial Commons family membership, please ensure that your University City occupancy permit has been updated to include all immediate family members who reside in your home.
To access the facility, non-residents will be required to have a non-resident recreation ID card and pay the daily admission fee or hold a membership.
Individuals who cannot provide proof of residency via a University City occupancy permit may purchase a non-resident recreation ID card, which costs $7.00. To access the facility, non-residents must show their card and pay the daily admission fee.