RCC will also begin a new pricing structure when the pool reopens. RCC officials said the 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. 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.”
Daily visits will rise from 50 cents to $1.50, depending on status of visitor.
Daily visit: $5 Reston resident; $10 Fairfax County residents; $15 non-County resident (youth and seniors: $3, resident; $6, county; $9 non-County)
20-Visit Pass: $82 Reston resident; $164 Fairfax County resident; $246, non-County resident (youth and seniors: $50, $100, $150)
Water aerobics: Reston resident/employee $5.50 per class session; Fairfax County resident $10.50; non-County resident $15.75 (youth and seniors: $3.25, $6.50, $9.75)
It’s going to be a cold and rainy weekend in Fairfax County, thanks to Tropical Storm Ophelia. Tracking to make landfall in North Carolina today (Friday), the storm is expected to reach Northern Virginia tonight.
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