Greater Toledo Pool and Recreation District Board meeting :
We are rolling out our new schedule, though due to Holidays and staff family times, we will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 23rd , Friday, Nov. 24th, Sunday, November 26th, and Sunday, December 3rd.
November 30th at 6:00 pm in the Toledo Public Library Meeting Room: We will be holding an Executive Session ORS 192.660 2(i) To review and evaluate the employment-related performance of the chief executive officer of any public body, a public officer, employee or staff member who does not request an open hearing.
Our upcoming Board meeting will be held on Monday, December 4th, 2023 at 6:00 pm in the Toledo Public Library Meeting Room. Everyone is welcome to attend!
The Greater Toledo Pool and Recreation District is hiring for the positions of lifeguard and front desk! Come on in for an application, or click on the link, fill out the application, and send to email@example.com.
I moved back to Toledo to raise our three young daughters. They are learning to swim at the pool, as I did. I appreciate the pool even more as a parent.
Rachael Kriz Wallace
I am trying to make healthier choices because some day I hope to ride a burro down the Grand Canyon. Swimming at the Toledo Pool has been a great help to me and the COVID protocols that are in place help me to feel very safe. I am thankful to the staff for all of their help, effort and reminders.
When I look at the Toledo Pool, I’m looking at it from a community standpoint. Community to me is encompassing everything: family, friends, community activities, kids’ activities, senior activities. The Greater Toledo Pool is a place I can send my children, a safe location in my community where my kids can participate in activities – whether it’s swimming lessons, swimming recreation, birthday parties, friends’ parties. It’s here. It’s in Toledo. It’s part of Toledo.
I’m 94 years old. We gotta keep this pool open!
The livability of the rural Greater Toledo area is greatly enhanced by the availability of our pool, but most importantly – the swim lessons save lives.
Ron & Marilyn Manning
In addition to being a place for kids to learn to swim and adults to keep healthy, the pool benefits our local businesses. It helps to keep our community healthy and thriving.