RCC to Raise Swim Prices Sept. 1

RCC LOGO The cost of swimming in Reston Community Center’s indoor pool will rise next week.

“This fee increase is necessary in order for us to ensure that RCC and the Terry L. Smith Aquatics Center continue to offer patrons a high-quality experience,” says RCC executive director Leila Gordon. “Rest assured that our pricing will always factor in the subsidy that Reston patrons should and can expect as a result of the Small District 5 taxes they pay to support RCC.”

Individual swim passes will rise from $4 to $4.50 for an adult Reston resident. That same daily swim rate will now be $9 for a Fairfax County resident (up from $8) and $13 for a non-resident (up from $12). Youth and senior rates will be $2.75 (formerly $2.50), $5.50 and $8.25.

A 20-visit pass will rise to $73 from $65 for Reston adults; the pass will remain at $45 for youth and senior residents.

Other new prices:

  • 20-visit pass Fairfax County adult/youth or senior: $146/$90
  • 12-month pass Reston adult: $425; County resident, $850; non resident: $1,275
  • 12-month pass Reston youth/senior: $215; County resident, $430; non-resident, $645

The pool is currently closed until Sept. 14 for annual maintenance.

For more information, visit www.restoncommunitycenter.org or stop by the Aquatic Services Desk at RCC Hunters Woods.

Recent Stories

Reston’s popular community yard sale is temporarily moving down the road. More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the biannual event when it returns this Saturday (April 27), according to Reston Association, the organizer.

Morning Notes

Virginia bluebells bloom in Reston (photo by Marjorie Copson) Clifton Family Mourns Sons Killed in Fire — “When Fairfax County firefighters found two boys inside a fiery Virginia house earlier…

Marc Smith will serve as the new Herndon economic development director starting in May (courtesy Town of Herndon) The Town of Herndon is getting a new director of economic development….

Morning Notes

Reston (staff photo by Scott Brodbeck) Demolition begins at burned hust of Oud Resto and Hall — “The site of the Main Street restaurant that burned down in 2020 is where…

×

Subscribe to our mailing list