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San Ramon Olympic Pool & Aquatic Center
9900 Broadmoor Drive
(925) 973-3240
Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center
10550 Albion Drive
(925) 973-3335
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Lap Swim & Water Walking Fees

The All Swim Pass can be used for lap swim, water walking or recreation swim. Bring your friends or come by yourself, the All Swim Pass is flexible to meet your needs. Buy one pass for your family. All ages swim for the same price.

>>Purchase Your Entry Pass Online
>>Download an All Swim Pass Registration Form

Youth/Adult/Senior
Entrance Fees
Savings
Daily Swim
$5.00
None
10 Visit Swim Pass
$48.00
5%
20 Visit Swim Pass
$90.00
10%
40 Visit Swim Pass
$170.00
15%
60 Visit Swim Pass
$240.00
20%

Special Event Information

Upcoming Swim Meet Dates:

Date Pool Location Event
December 9-10, 2017 SROP SRVA Swim Meet
February 10-11, 2018 SROP Livermore Aqua Cowboys Swim Meet
February 17, 2018 DVAC Cal Diving Meet
February 24-25, 2018 DVAC USA Water Polo Tournament

Parking information for the San Ramon Olympic Pool:
Please allow more time for travel and to find parking if you are in the area of the San Ramon Olympic Pool on these dates. If you are attending the swim meet or visiting the tennis courts at California High School, please avoid parking in the residential permit parking in the neighborhoods surrounding the San Ramon Olympic Pool.

Parking information for the Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center:
Please allow more time for travel and to find parking if you are in the area of the Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center on these dates.

Additional Programs and Services Information


Drowning is Preventable

As over 1,500 children and teens die annually in the United States from drowning incidents, professionals and the public can use the website as a resource to educate themselves and the community to work together to reduce the second leading cause of death for children ages 1-14. This website includes links to community water safety information, events and resources.

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>> Drowning is Preventable Brochure