Sweltering temperatures are coming to Sacramento. These City spray parks, pools can help you cool down

Sweltering temperatures are coming to Sacramento in the coming days, and residents looking for a place to cool off are encouraged to visit City spray parks, pools and community centers.

City of Sacramento spray parks are open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Labor Day. Click here for a list of locations.

Select neighborhood pools will be open Labor Day weekend including the new North Natomas Aquatics Complex: 

  • Clunie Pool (601 Alhambra Blvd.)
  • Johnston Pool (231 Eleanor Ave.)
  • Mangan Pool (2230 34th Ave.)
  • North Natomas Aquatics Complex (2601 New Market Drive)
  • Pannell Meadowview Pool (2450 Meadowview Road)
  • Tahoe Pool (3501 59th St.)

Recreation swim hours and admission prices can be found here.

In addition, community centers are open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for people to enjoy the air conditioning.

  • Belle Cooledge Community Center (Tuesday – Friday)
  • Coloma Community Center (Monday – Friday)
  • George Sim Community Center (Monday – Thursday)
  • Hart Senior Center (Tuesday and Thursday)
  • Joe Mims Jr. Hagginwood Community Center (Monday – Thursday)
  • Oak Park Community Center (Monday – Thursday)
  • Sam and Bonnie Pannell Community Center (Monday – Thursday)
  • South Natomas Community Center (Monday – Thursday)

Most Sacramento libraries also are open during normal business hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Check the library website for details.

With hot temperatures coinciding with a long holiday weekend, it is important for people to reduce the threat of heat-related impacts to their health. The Sacramento County Department of Public Health offers important health and safety tips on its website.