COVID-19 Modifications

Pocatello Community Recreation Center
Stage 4 COVID-19 Protocol

The governor has moved the State of Idaho to Stage 4, which allows for greater levels of occupancy.  Below is an update that goes into effect June 15:

The Community Recreation Center is observing normal hours of operation:  Monday-Friday 6am-9pm, Sat 9am-5pm and Sun 1pm-5 pm 

Closed Facilities

HOT TUB 

During the shutdown, the hot tub and decking were replaced.  Two essential parts are on backorder until the end of June.  Once received, the rest of the installation will be completed as quickly as possible and opened with limited occupancy.

STEAM ROOM

The steam room is unavailable until further notice. Please be advised that we are seeking Health Department guidance on the reopening of this popular attraction.

Facility Restrictions  

DRY SAUNA and EUCALYPTUS ROOM

  • Maximum time limit: 15 minutes
  • No more than one household may be in the room at a time.
  • Disinfect after use.

POOL

  • Public swims are canceled for the summer.
  • Two lap lanes are available for single use. Please limit your time to 30 minutes if others are waiting.
  • Members can bring guests but may not exceed 4 people.

FITNESS CLASSES

  • Fitness classes (gym only) are limited to a maximum of 15 participants.
  • Bring your own mats.

AQUACISE CLASSES

  • Aquacise classes are limited to a maximum of 12 participants per class.
  • Please bring your own noodles and water weights if desired.

SWIM LESSONS and PRIVATE LESSONS

  • Canceled until further notice

Precautions

Please note we reserve the right to close areas due to overcrowding or the inability to maintain appropriate social distancing.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.

We remind everyone to continue to social distancing while in the facility. All are encouraged to take the following Enhanced Hygiene Measures in their daily lives, especially when using the Community Recreation Center, to help prevent the spread of germs:

  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Wear a mask when appropriate.
  • Wash with soap and water and/or sanitize your hands often.
  • Avoid touching your eyes/nose/mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing—NOT your hands—and dispose of used tissues in a wastebasket.
  • Use an elbow or shoulder for coughing/sneezing if no tissue is available.

WE STILL ADIVSE older adults and those who have severe underlying medical conditions, like heart or lung disease or diabetes, to consider staying home.