It's getting to be that time of year. The trees start to bud. The lawns turn green. And before you know it kids will be out of school. And then the hot, sticky, Missouri summer we know and love will be here. One way to beat the heat is to take the plunge and get your family a 2022 season pool pass for Sedalia Parks and Recreation pools.

Season Passes are good for general admission swimming, adult swimming, swimming under the stars, and dive-in movies. Passes are $70 dollars each, or if you buy three or more in one transaction $60 dollars each. Additionally, pool ticket booklets are available too. 12 visits for $45.

Pool passes are available at the parks office now, and all participants must be present during purchase so they can have their photo ID picture taken.

Additionally, Sedalia Parks & Recreation has announced their pool rental fees for the 2022 season. 90 minute and two and half hour pool rentals are available at both Liberty and Centennial pools.

The cost for a 90 minute rental at Centennial Pool is $225 for up to 50 people, and the cost for a two-and-a-half-hour rental is $325 for up to 50 people. Each person over 50 people will be a $1 per person cash paid to the pool.

The cost for a 90 minute rental at Liberty Pool is $250 for up to 50 people, and the cost for a two-and-a-half-hour rental is $350 for up to 50 people. Each person over 50 people will be a $1 per person cash paid to the pool.

Pool rentals are available Friday and Saturday nights from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM CDT, and 7:30 PM -10:00 PM CDT. And rental fees are due at the time of booking.

For more information on pool passes, and pool rental, call Sedalia Parks & Recreation at 660-826-4930.

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