The City of Irving maintains two indoor aquatics facilities. In addition to providing year-round recreation opportunities for families, these facilities also offer swim lessons, exercise programs and other special events.
After weeks of renovation, the remodeled Heritage Aquatic Center is now open for use. The $690,000 project was a joint effort between the City of Irving's Parks and Recreation, and Building and Equipment Services departments.
The North Lake Natatorium, a 50-meter indoor swimming facility, is open for year-round classes and swimming activities for the Irving community. This natatorium is a partnership of the City of Irving, the Irving Independent School District (IISD), and the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD).
Day passes are available to Irving residents and nonresidents for use at the facility where purchased.
Day passes expire at the end of the day of purchase.
|Pass Type||Daily Pass Cost|
|3 and younger||Free|
|Seniors (50 and older)||Free|
Passes are only available to Irving residents and can be used at Lee, Lively and Senter seasonal pools, as well as Heritage and North Lake aquatic centers. Not valid at the Cimarron Family Aquatic Center or West Irving Aquatic Center.
Annual passes are prorated each quarter as shown. Passes expire Aug. 31.
|Pass Type||Sept. 1||Dec. 1||Mar. 1||June 1|