The City of Stamford has announced that admission to the Stamford City Pool will be free for all ages for the remainder of the summer.
This all comes thanks to the generous donation of a local business owner who has asked to remain anonymous.
“It’s important that we take care of our kids in Stamford and make this an attractive community to live and work,” said the donor, “It’s up to community leaders and business people to step up in their communities and make an impact.”
The city pool is located on West McHarg Street adjacent to Wendeborn Field and the US 277 bypass. Pool hours are 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, closed on Sunday and Monday.
Following the announcement at Monday evening’s city council meeting, Mayor James Decker shared his gratitude for this donation and the impact it will have on the Stamford community this summer.
“As we work to build a better Stamford, I am thankful for our leaders who care about our community and are willing to step up like this,” said Mayor Decker. “The city pool is one of our cornerstone offerings of clean, safe fun within the community. I am excited that we can make the pool even more accessible for our children and families.”
Those with questions regarding these changes may contact Mayor James Decker at 325-773-2255 for more information.