Fees MAY - AUGUST 2011
Season Pass Fees 3 Great Ways to Visit the Aquatic Center! • Daily drop-in fees . . . for those who want to visit just a few times. • Buy a 10-visit punch card . . . save 10% off daily fees. • Buy a Season pass . . . save even more and visit as often as you like! Free Swim on Opening Day • May 29th! Be our guest on opening day, Sunday, May 29 All Merriam and Johnson County residents receive FREE ADMISSION! You must bring a photo drivers license for proof of residency. Hours are Noon-8:00pm.
Daily Admission Fees Merriam Resident Discount:* All ages - $5.00 *Proof of Merriam residency must be shown to the cashier (valid photo drivers’ license or Merriam Parks & Recreation photo ID card). All non-swimmers will be charged an admission fee. Don’t have a drivers’ license? Photo ID cards are available for purchase at Irene B. French Community Center for you to use as proof of address. The cost is $5.00; you must bring proof of address when purchasing the cards. Johnson County Resident:* All ages - $6.00 *Proof of residency in Johnson County must be shown to cashier (valid photo drivers license or Merriam Parks & Recreation photo ID card). Guest Fees:** All ages - $6.00 **For guests of Merriam Residents or Season Pass Holders. Guest must be accompanied by Merriam resident or pass holder. Punch Cards You may purchase a 10-visit punch card and save 10% off daily fees. Cards will be sold at Irene B. French Community Center and at Merriam Aquatic Center. Please note that we accept cash only at the aquatic center. Merriam resident discount*$45.00 Non-resident $54.00 *Proof of Merriam residency is required to be shown to qualify for resident rate. Cards are non-transferable and not valid after 9/5/11.
Season pass holders must obtain a photo ID card or renew 2010 cards prior to visiting the aquatic center. ID cards will be scanned at the cashier’s desk prior to admission. All “new” season passes include the cost of Photo ID cards. If your ID becomes damaged or is lost, there is a $5.00 replacement charge. The copy of your sales receipt will not be accepted at the aquatic center.
Resident Discount Household Youth (17 & under) Adult Senior (60+)
$100.00 $ 50.00 $ 64.00 $ 50.00
Non-Resident $158.00* $ 79.00 $100.00 $ 79.00
*Limit of six members per non-resident household may be included on season pass. If your household has more than six members, you may purchase additional single passes at a discounted rate of $20 per person, or pay the daily guest fee.
Super Pass Add-On Fee: Resident Non-Resident Household $ 40.00 *$ 55.00 Individual $ 20.00 *$ 30.00 Want some variety in your summer swim experience? Take advantage of the Super Pass add-on option and be able to visit the outdoor pools provided by the cities of Prairie Village, Mission, Fairway, Roeland Park and Leawood. A special sticker will be affixed to your Merriam Aquatic Center ID card which will allow you to visit the other pools as often as you like at no extra charge. Limit of 5 household members per Super pass; additional members above limit are $5.00 each. *To qualify for non-resident Super Pass you must have been a Merriam Season Pass holder in 2009 and 2010
Season Pass Definitions: • Household: More than one person living in the same residence. Proof of address is required for all persons age 18 and over who will be included on the pass. Group home residents must purchase single memberships. • Non-Merriam residents may include up to 6 persons on a household season pass. Proof of address is required for all persons age 18 and over who will be included on the pass. Additional household members may purchase a discounted pass for $20.00. • Babysitters and relatives who are not living in your household will need to purchase their own passes, or may go as your guest and pay the daily fee. • Merriam Resident: A person whose permanent residency is within Merriam city limits . Verification of household address is required to qualify for resident rates. *Proof of residency includes: valid photo drivers license or two pieces of ID that illustrate your Merriam address such as utility bill, lease agreement, or voter registration card.
Published on Mar 15, 2011