Please note: The City of Irvine has taken several precautionary safety measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community. By emergency order, community centers, playgrounds, indoor facilities, athletic fields and courts, and stadiums may be closed or have modified access until further notice. The Irvine City Council and City staff offer our sincere apologies for this inconvenience.
Aquatics operations at William Woollet Jr. Aquatics Center will resume June 15. Modified programming such as lap swimming and water walking will be offered by reservation only through yourirvine.org. Competitive group use will also resume with limited capacities. Modified programming and pool capacities will resume June 15 at Northwood Aquatics Center.
Irvine outdoor park spaces remain open for passive use, and tennis and pickleball courts have been reopened. Learn more at the City Facility Updates webpage.
The City of Irvine operates year-round municipal programs in unique aquatic facilities. The world renowned William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center provides a “world class” venue for local, regional and national competitive events and features two 50 meter pools and a 25 yard instruction pool. The Northwood Aquatics Center features a 50 meter pool. Aquatics activities include a combination of instructional, educational, recreational and competitive programs offered by the City and a number of local nonprofit aquatic organizations.
The City’s Learn To Swim program is one of the largest municipal swimming programs in Southern California.