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Summer in Ridgewood

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GRAYDON POOL IN RIDGEWOOD

Purchase Graydon Pool memberships online.
Click here to purchase your Graydon Pool membership on Community Pass.
Visa/MasterCard accepted.
Preseason in-person assistance at the Graydon Badge Office –
Saturdays, May 13 and 20, 10 am to 12 noon.

CONTACTS
Pool Manager’s Office – 201-670-5500, ext 7002 (in season)
Badge Office – 201-670-5500, ext 7003 (in season only)
Recreation Office at The Stable- 201-670-5560
recreation@ridgewoodnj.net

GRAYDON POOL/2017 HOURS OF OPERATION

Early Season
June 3 through June 22
Weekdays – 12 noon to 7:30 pm
Weekends – 10 am to 7:30 pm
Regular Season
June 23 through August 13, 2017
Daily 10 am to 7:30 pm
**Holiday**, July 4th, closes 4 pm
Late Season
August 14 through Labor Day, September 4, 2017
Weekdays – 12 noon to 7:30 pm
Weekends/Holiday – 10 am to 7:30 pm

Graydon Pool Rules and Regulations – General Public
Graydon Pool Deep Water Test Requirements

Parks, open space, facilities, year round recreational activities to meet the needs of all residents. All Village parks and recreational facilities are now smoke free.

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INFORMATION – GRAYDON

GRAYDON MEMBERSHIP RATES

RESIDENT GRAYDON POOL MEMBERSHIPS
Village priced memberships are available to Ridgewood residents, non-residents who pay local property taxes to the Village of Ridgewood, and employees of the Village of Ridgewood and Board of Education.  Proof is required.
ADULT – $120.00
CHILD – (ages 2-15, under 2 free) $110.00
SENIOR – $30.00 (62 and older)
PERMANENT DISABLED – $30.00
LATE SEASON ADULT MEMBERSHIP – $60.00  (available August 1st)
LATE SEASON CHILD MEMBERSHIP – $55.00 (available August 1st)
DAILY PASS – $10.00
BADGE REPLACEMENT – $5.00

NON-RESIDENT GRAYDON POOL MEMBERSHIPS
The Village Council and the Ridgewood Department of Parks and Recreation are pleased to invite all families in the surrounding area to join the Graydon Pool facility for the 2017 summer season.
ADULT (ages 16 and up) – $200.00
CHILD (ages 2-15) – $175.00
GUEST PASSES (must be accompanied by 2017 season member)- $10.00
BADGE REPLACEMENT – $5.00

TENNIS BADGES
RESIDENT ADULT – $35.00
RESIDENT CHILD – $30.00
NON-RESIDENT ADULT – $45.00
NON-RESIDENT CHILD – $40.00
DAILY PASS – $5.00
BADGE REPLACEMENT – $5.00

9 thoughts on “Summer in Ridgewood

  1. This place is a dump. it needs big work to make it nice. it’s all full of bird shit.

  2. Bush’s Trump’s Russia’s Fault
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    (this is what we are doing now, correct? LMK. Just trying to keep up)

  3. Concrete that large area first class town pool for all to use enjoy

    So what do we loose 3 days of ice skating per decade

  4. I see they are putting new sand down and the pool, wow.

  5. that is one way to cover the poop.

  6. 8:53 – they refresh the sand every season. If you think that a cement pool doesn’t have built in costs every season, you’re mistaken.

  7. 10.29

    Pool for its size and costs has low overall all season useage.mud bottom not clean ,

    A modern safe clean concrete pool will be used and add value to everyone of all ages

  8. Let’s divert the developers concrete trucks to the new concrete pool, Now that’s a win win..

  9. 12:28 – can’t put a cement bottom pool in that area. NJDEP won’t allow it. Also, studies show that a concrete, heavily chlorinated pool isn’t as clean as you think.

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