Community Pool Parks & Public Property: Commissioner Thomas DiMaggio, Director

Community Pool

The Lyndhurst Community Pool serves the township by providing recreation swim time, as well as,swim classes, lessons, and competitions.

A recreational bathing water analysis has been completed. For more info view the Water Quality Lab Report

Services

  • Recreational Lap Swim
  • Swim Lessons
  • Water Exercise Classes
  • Private Pool Lane Rental

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What are the operating hours of the pool?

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    Please view the Schedule of Open Pool Hours

  • What are the membership fees to join the pool?

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    We've provided this list of pool membership fees for your convenience.

  • Is the pool available to rent for private parties/functions?

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    Yes the pool is available for private rental inquire at (201) 935-3493.

  • Are showers and lockers provided?

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    Yes, we provide showers, a locker room, and lockers for our guests.

  • Do you offer swim lessons?

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    We will offer a swim lesson program for ages 4-15 starting this summer and running throughout the year.

Town Pool Closed for Thanksgiving Weekend

Please be advised the Lyndhurst Pool will be closed Thanksgiving weekend. The pool will be closed Thursday, November 27, through Sunday, November 30, 2014. We will resume normal operating hours on Monday, December 1, 2014. Thank you for your cooperation. Happy Thanksgiving!

Aquasize Classes at the Community Pool

Certified Aquasize Specialist Mary Lee Highton will be conducting a wonderful exercise class at the pool from Sept. 22nd through Nov. 26th. This class will focus on giving you a great work out with less stress on the knees and joints. Benefits of this class include weight loss, muscle memory, and strengthening of joints. Aquasize classes are a great way to improve the quality of your life with a light water aerobics class.   

Monday and Wednesday classes begin at 11 a.m. The class is open to all residents and non-residents are eligible. The cost of the class is $50 for one class per week, $90 for two classes per week. For more information call the Parks and Recreation Office at (201)804-2482 or Mary Lee at (201)460-1019.