Arnold Heights Pool to Remain Closed Due to Mechanical Issues

Published on May 31, 2024

The Parks and Recreation Department today announced that the Arnold Heights Pool, 4000 NW. 46th St., will remain closed due to mechanical issues. A reopening date has not been determined.

Following inspection by Parks staff and external experts, the extent of the mechanical failure at Arnold Heights Pool was determined to be more significant than initially anticipated.

“Our team is working diligently to expedite the repair and resume normal operations as soon as possible,” said Maggie Stuckey-Ross, Parks and Recreation Director. “While we understand the disappointment this news may bring, the safety of the public remains our top priority.”

Residents are encouraged to visit other City pools until it is determined that Arnold Heights may safely reopen. Eight public pools are open from 1 to 6 p.m. daily:

Star City Shores Aquatic Center

  • 4375 S. 33rd Court, 402-441-6670

University Place Aquatic Center

  • 2000 N. 48th, 402-441-7834

Highlands Aquatic Center

  • 5511 NW. 12th, 402-441-7800

Neighborhood pools

  • Ballard Pool, 3901 N. 66th Street, 402-441-7898
  • Belmont Pool, 12th and Manatt streets, 402-441-7826
  • Eden Pool, 4400 Antelope Creek, 402-441-7827
  • Irvingdale Pool, 1900 Van Dorn Street, 402-441-7828
  • Woods Pool, 33rd and "J" streets, 402-441-7782

The free Trago Sprayground in Trago Park, 22nd and “U” streets, will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week, May 27 through Labor Day.

For more information on Parks and Recreation pool programming, visit

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