Pools & Sprinkler Lots Information
530 Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull
Trumbull Parks and Recreation offers several open swim times for adults and families throughout the week at Hillcrest Middle School. These programs are open to Trumbull residents only and everyone over 18 must have picture ID. Anyone under 18 must sign in using their name, Trumbull address and an emergency phone number. Open swim is not offered on school holidays or vacation periods, including the weekends. Please check the school calendar at https://www.trumbullps.org/general/calendar.html for all holiday dates. If school is cancelled or dismissed early due to snow, there will be no open swim. If school is delayed, programs and open swim times starting before 12pm are cancelled.
Adult Early Bird
Adult Early Bird swim is offered for all Trumbull residents 18 years and older with proof of residency.
Early bird swim is offered year-round Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. – 7:15 a.m.
Family Open Swim
Family swim is offered for all Trumbull residents with proof of residency.
Thursdays 7:00-9:00pm – Starting Sept. 26, 2019
Saturdays 2:30-4:00pm – Starting Sept. 21, 2019
Sundays 1:30-3:30pm – Starting Sept. 22, 2019
Adult Open Swim
Adult swim is offered for all Trumbull residents 18 years and older with proof of residency.
Mondays 9:00-10:15am & 8:00-9:30pm – Starting Sept. 23, 2019
Wednesdays 9:00-10:15am & 8:00-9:30pm – Starting Sept. 25, 2019
Sundays 12:00pm-1:30pm – Starting Sept. 22, 2019
Special Needs Swim
Special Needs swim is offered for all Trumbull residents with proof of residency.
Saturdays 1:30-2:30pm – Starting Sept. 21, 2019
Sprinkler Lot Information
Sprinkler Lots are closed at this time.
A valid park sticker is required to park in any of the Trumbull Parks. Vehicles without stickers may be ticketed. Stickers are available at the Trumbull Parks and Recreation office. More Information.
Lessons and Water fitness
We offer swim lessons persons 6 months old though adult. Water fitness classes are also available. See our Program Information Page for more details.
Trumbull Pool Rules & Regulations
POOL RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES
A full list of rules and regulations is also available at each pool.
- Trumbull pools are open to Trumbull residents only. Guests are allowed but must have a Trumbull Guest Pool Pass and must be accompanied by a Trumbull resident at all times. Guest Pool Passes are only available from the Trumbull Parks and Recreation Office.
- Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult with an ID. No one may leave a swimmer under the age of 12 alone within the pool gates.
- Children 12 to 17 who do not have ID’s must sign in with their name, address and emergency phone number.
- EACH ADULT RESIDENT must present their own valid driver’s license or government issued picture ID that has their name and Trumbull address. Those without their ID will not be allowed entry.
- Spouses may not use each other’s ID as proof of residency.
- Swimmers cannot wear anything but clothing that is intended to be swim attire.
- Diaper dependent patrons must wear swim diapers or snug plastic pants under swimsuits (this includes the kiddy pool at Tashua.) Residents may purchase a swim diaper from the guard shack for $2. This money will be given to the pool supervisor on duty at a suitable time.
- Bather load must not exceed posted capacity.
- Do not drink pool water.
- Patrons who have or have had diarrhea in the past two weeks should not use the pools.
- Shower yourself and your child before using the pool and after using the toilet
- Patrons must walk in pool and locker room areas.
- Glass containers or breakable objects of any kind are not permitted in the pool area, locker rooms, spectator areas, or outside deck.
- Spitting, nose-blowing, vomiting, urinating or defecating into the pool or onto the deck is not permitted.
- Persons with skin infections, open wounds, and nasal or ear discharges are not permitted in the pool.
- All injuries occurring within the pool area or locker rooms must be reported to the manager immediately.
- Lifeguards instructions must be followed at all times.They have the authority to remove from the pool anyone disobeying the rules or endangering the safety of themselves or others.
- Water may be brought into the pool one of two ways; first, in an unopened commercial bottle. Second, is that an empty reusable bottle may be brought in and filled at the water fountain.
- No smoking, vaping, food, gum or drinks (except water) inside the fenced in area. This may exclude pregnancy, persons with disabilities and other conditions including diabetes, upon the discretion of pool supervisor only.
- No floatation or swim aids (including but not limited to: swimmies, snorkels, fins etc.) allowed in the pools. EXCEPTION: Swimmer presents a doctor’s note first to recreation offices then to the head lifeguard.
- No water propelling devices of any kind.
- No balls, water rockets or throwing any object or toy ever.
- No boisterous play, running or horseplay allowed. Use discretion to maintain safety.
- No one may play with or hang on any ropes, barriers or floatation markers at any time.
- Feet first water ingress only. Ladder or stair egress only. Never climb out over the gutters.
- Adult swim (ages 16 and older) will be for 15 minutes, every hour on the hour from one hour after pool opening to 5pm Monday- Friday and all day on the weekends, unless weather and pool usage does not warrant it.
- Children may not sit on the pool gutters during adult swim.
- During adult swim all children must vacate the pool, including the shallow end of Beach Pool. Please take this time to go to use the restroom facilities.
- The Parks and Recreation Department and its agents may suspend privileges based on unsafe behavior or unacceptable conduct.