“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.
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