Are pools closed?

Per state guidelines, outdoor swimming pools are permitted to reopen. Guidelines include limiting pools to 50-percent capacity or up to 50 people (whichever is fewer), ecluding staff and coaches. Frequently sanitize commonly-touched surfaces like handrails and tables. It’s strongly encouraged to limit pool activity to lap swim. If you permit open swim, make efforts to reduce in-pool interactions between people not in the same household. Guidelines here.

Limit the pool to 50% capacity, up to 50 people, whichever is fewer, excluding staff and coaches.

At the Brighton Recreation Center,  lap swim will be permitted, but limited to five swimmers at a time, one swimmer per lane. Family swim will also be allowed for families of the same household. The following amenities will remain closed due to concerns related to COVID-19 exposure: The steam room, sauna, hot tub, lockers, water fountains and the indoor track. Registration is required.

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1. When will city buildings re-open?
2. Are parks closed?
3. What are the guidelines for restaurants, bars, and gyms?
4. Are pools closed?
5. Are splash pads open?
6. Are youth day and sports camps allowed?
7. Will the police department facility remain open to the public?
8. Will the city continue to hold public meetings and/or events?
9. Can I still pay my water bill in person?
10. Will the city continue issuing contractors licenses, building permits and performing inspections?
11. Will the city continue issuing sales tax/business licenses?
12. Why did the city declare a local disaster?
13. Is my water safe?
14. What happens if I’ve paid for lessons, programs or sports at the Brighton Recreation Center?
15. What do I do about my quarterly/annual membership at the Brighton Recreation Center?
16. My child was in the recreation center preschool classes. What can I expect?
17. Is the Recycling Center still open?
18. Is there help available if I can't pay my water bill?