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Spokane Valley Pools Nearing End Of Season

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Spokane Valley residents still have several days to soak up the rest of the swimming season at Valley Mission Pool and Terrace View Pool. Valley Mission Pool closes on Aug. 26, and Terrace View Pool closes on Sept. 3. Park Road Pool is closed for the rest of the year.

At Valley Mission Pool, kids and adults can enjoy the sun in the large pool or the zero depth entry pool feature. Terrace View Pool offers the popular Lazy River for visitors to float in. Both Valley Mission Pool, located at 11405 E. Mission, and Terrace View Pool, located at 13525 E. 24th Ave., are open from 1:00pm-4:30pm.

After it closes, Valley Mission Pool will reopen on Aug. 30 for the doggie swim party "Paws in the Pool" from 4:00pm-7:15pm. To register your dog to splash around with other pups, sign up online at this link, sign up in person at CenterPlace Regional Event Center, or call 688-0300. 

Find more information on the "Paws in the Pool" event, pool hours, swim schedules, and more on the City website at www.spokanevalley.org by selecting the Parks/Pools/Rec link from the home page.  Or, contact Recreation Coordinator Jennifer Papich at 720-5408 or jpapich@spokanevalley.org.

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