Reservations are accepted by phone on a weekly basis (beginning on Monday and ending on Saturday) for lap swim/water walker lanes (indoor pool only). Bellflower resident season pass and punch card holders receive first priority and may call Mondays between 9am and 11am to make a maximum of two reservations for the week ahead. All users may call Mondays between 11am – 5pm or Tuesday – Friday between 9am – 5pm to reserve a maximum of two available times for the week ahead. Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis at this point and there is no guarantee lanes will be available after priority scheduling has concluded. Each caller may only reserve one lane; additional lanes cannot be reserved for friends and/or family members during the same call. Anyone wishing to place more than two reservations in the week may call for a same day reservation 15 minutes prior to their desired time to check availability. If a lane is open, they may place the reservation. Participants needing to cancel should call a minimum of 30 minutes prior to their reservation. No shows will be billed. The process for accepting reservations is subject to change based on demand or changes to the current Health Order.
Swimmers with reservations enter the facility on the hour, access pool for 45 minutes, and exit facility by 50 minutes after the hour. This allows for 10 minutes of cleaning and sanitizing in between groups. All patrons must enter the facility dressed and ready to swim. Changing rooms are not available.
All patrons must abide by the regulations established in the current County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health Order of the Health Officer.
Summer Splash is a two-day mini-camp program (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.) for Bellflower residents ages 6 to 12 years. $10 per person/ per session
Activities include a craft, stroke drills and techniques, and aquatic themed games and activities. All children must be able to swim 25 yards without assistance. Children must come wearing a face mask and be dressed ready to swim. Children must also bring their own labeled water bottles and towels. When in the water, children will not be expected to wear masks. When out of the water, social distancing protocols will be enforced at all times.