Parks & Recreation
Typically the Folsom Aquatic Center is open for lap swim during the following hours between Labor Day and Memorial Day:
- Monday - Sunday 11:30am - 1:30pm
- Monday - Thursday 6pm - 8pm
Facility closed for lap swimming on the following dates:
- 11/17/07, 11/18/07, 11/22/07, 11/23/07, 12/25/07
- No lap swimming during the evenings of 11/21/07, 12/24/07, 1/31/07, & 1/1/08.
*The best time to lap swim is between 11:30am - 1:30pm as the entire 50-meter pool is available. Lap Swimming space in the evening is always available but can be limited between 2 - 5 lanes.
For more information contact the Folsom Aquatic Center at 355-8318 or Chad Gunter, Sr. Program Coordinator, at 355-8319.
The 50-meter pool is heated year-round at 80 degrees. The Instructional pool and Activity pool are only open during the spring and summer seasons. The Instructional pool is typically heated at around 84 degrees. The Activity pool is only heated when needed as the water typically warms up on its own in the summer time to around 80 degrees.
The rental time that you select must include all time necessary for decoration and clean up. Access to your room prior to your scheduled rental time is not permitted. In addition, the Center will not be opened prior to the rental time for caterers, musicians, decorators or deliveries. All clean up must be completed, and the room vacated by the end of the scheduled rental time.
Private events such as wedding receptions and banquets, which are not open to the general public, do not require security. Security may be required if the event is open to the general public and alcohol is being served.
Currently the Folsom Aquatic Center is recruiting for all positions. The main hiring season is between February - April. If you are interested in becoming at Lifeguard for the Folsom Aquatic Center you will be required to become licensed as a Jeff Ellis & Associates Lifeguard. Trainings take place during the spring and the fee is $150.
The Folsom Aquatic Center also offers many non-lifeguarding positions including:
- Front Office Host
- Snack Bar & Birthday Party Host
- Swim Instructor
- Facility Maintenance
The Aquatic Center staff also manages the Cummings Family Skate & Bicycle park and is always looking for responsible individuals who are over 18 years of age.
If you are interested in working at the Folsom Aquatic Center or Cummings Family Skate and Bicycle Park please contact Chad Gunter, Sr. Program Coordinator at (916) 355-8319.
The typical Folsom Aquatic Center office hours are as follows:
September - April:
Monday - Sunday: 11am - 1:30pm
Monday - Thursday: 5pm - 8pm
Memorial Day - Labor Day:
Monday - Friday: 7am - 7:30pm
Saturday: 10am - 7pm
Sunday: 10am - 6pm
*Note during the Spring the Folsom Aquatic Center will open during all scheduled swim lessons and specialty camps. If you need more information please contact Chad Gunter, Sr. Program Coordinator at (916) 355-8319.
Several swim teams currently utilize the Folsom Aquatic Center for seasonal and year-round practice & programs. Below is a list of swim teams and contact information:
- Sierra Marlins 990-5584
- Folsom Sea Otter 484-5777
- Dos Rios Divers 300-3211
- Underwater Hockey 434-8862
- Gold Country Water Polo (530) 748-9482
We are open Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 4pm, Closed Monday.
Admission Prices: $4.00 Adults, $3.00 Seniors (55+), $3.00 (5-13yrs), Free for 4 years or under.
For more information please visit the website below. If you cannot find the information you are looking for or you have a concern please use the Response Form provided.
We are located behind City Hall
403 Stafford Street
Please feel free to contact the following individuals in regards to the Folsom Aquatic Center or the Cummings Family Skate and Bicycle Park.
Chad Gunter Sr. Program Coordinator (916) 355-8319
Scott Vontroba Recreation Coordinator II (916) 351-3312
Chuck Harrison Recreation Supervisor (916) 351 - 3534
Once you have identified a date and other specifics of your event, contact the Community Center Staff to request a rental agreement. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance. In order for an event to be placed on the reservation calendar, the Community Center must receive:
- your signed rental agreement
- a minimum of fifty percent (50%) of the total rental fee. The balance of the rental fee, the catering fee (if applicable) and the insurance fee are due sixty (60) days prior to the event.
Insurance is required for all events held at the Community Center. General liability coverage must be in the amount of $1,000,000 per occurrence, and include liquor liability if alcohol is being served. Special event liability insurance can be purchased through the Community Center office. Groups providing their own insurance must include a certificate and a separate endorsement naming the City of Folsom as an additional insured.
A security deposit is required for all facility rentals. The deposit amount is collected in the form of a credit card authorization. Approximately one week before the rental date, your credit card will be authorized for a specific amount depending on which facility you reserve. The card is not actually charged, but the funds are held until one week after your event. If an event causes the need for: a) cleaning procedures which are beyond the scope of normal Community Center maintenance, or b) repairs or replacement due to structural or equipment damage, the security deposit in-part or in-total may be used to pay for these services. The security deposit may also be used in part or in total when c) the renter's event does not meet or exceeds contractual terms (e.g. the event ends one hour later than scheduled.) If none of the preceding conditions occur, then the hold on your credit card funds is automatically released.
1. The renting party is responsible for the following cleaning duties: A. All tables must be cleared of all items such as table linens, dishes, decorations, etc. Table linens rented through the Community Center may be left on the tables.
B. All trash must be placed in receptacles provided. If any trash will not fit in the receptacles, such as boxes or other large items, it must be taken out to the trash dumpsters located behind the building.
The Community Center will provide additional trash liners if needed. Boxes must be broken down before being placed in the dumpster.
C. All decorations must be taken down and removed from the Center.
D. The kitchen and bar areas must be thoroughly cleaned and returned to their original level of cleanliness. This includes all work areas, ovens, stoves, grills, refrigerators, sinks, and floors. If one of the Center’s preferred caterers is selected, they will be responsible for all kitchen clean up. If a non-preferred caterer is used, it is the renter’s responsibility to ensure that all kitchen clean up is completed. In addition, all food and equipment brought in by the caterer must be removed prior to leaving the facility. Supplies needed to clean the kitchen and bar must be provided by the renting party or caterer with the exception of a mop, broom, and trash can liners.
2. Sweeping and mopping the Ballroom floor is not the renter’s responsibility and will be done by the Community Center staff. However, the facility should be relatively free of debris and spills. If excess trash, food, or spills are left on the floor, the security deposit may be withheld to cover the cost of the extra clean up.
3. If the clean up requirements are not completed in a satisfactory manner, the security deposit, or portion thereof will be retained to cover the cost of said clean up, including materials and labor.
4. Remember: The rental time must include all the time necessary for decoration and clean up!
Alcohol may be consumed without a license when there is no monetary exchange for the beverage or when there is no admission fee charged for the event. Events involving exchange of monetary consideration (e.g. cash bar, or purchase of a meal or meal ticket with any form of alcohol being served as a part of the meal) require a license from the State of
California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). ABC will issue one-day permits to non- profit groups who wish to sell beer, wine, or distilled spirits. You must get approval for the permit from the City of Folsom Police Department prior to going to ABC. ABC will not issue permits to private citizens or groups. A caterer with a liquor license must serve alcoholic beverages at events held by private citizens or groups when there is monetary exchange. Alcohol permits must be prominently displayed during an event. ABC address: 3321 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA (916) 227-2002. City of Folsom Police: 46 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA (916) 355-7242.
All events involving food are accessed a catering fee of $150, $360, or $600 depending on which facility is reserved. If one of the Community Center’s preferred caterers is selected to provide the food for the event, then this caterer will pay the catering fee. If food is provided by a non-preferred caterer, then the catering fee is charged to the renting party.
Cancellations of confirmed reservations are subject to the following conditions and fees:
a) in excess of six months in advance of the scheduled date, the city will retain 25% of the total rental fee;
b) With sixty (60) to one hundred eighty (180) days in advance of the scheduled date, the city will retain 50% of the total rental fee; and
c) With less than sixty (60) days in advance of the scheduled date, the city will retain 100% of the total rental fee.
You may visit the Community Center Office in person, or send all checks, rental agreement, and any related correspondence to:
Folsom Community Center
52 Natoma Street
Folsom, CA 95630
Make all checks payable to the "City Of Folsom".
All fees are due by 4:00 p.m. on the specified due dates as agreed to in the signed facility rental agreement. Payment must be in the form of cash, check or credit card.
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