Rome City Pools

The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Activities is proud to provide two full-sized pools and three wading pools for the enjoyment of our citizens.

The city pools are generally open five days a week in the summer, starting in late June through mid-August. Normal hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tosti Pool is also open on Saturdays, 12:00 p.m. to 5 p.m., starting July 9-August 13.

Municipal Pool – 500 W. Embargo Street

Size: 103’ x 60’ – Depth: 3’9” to 7’9”
Open Monday-Friday: 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Dates: June 27-August 26, 2022
Amenities: Water Slide

Municipal Pool is handicap accessible and one of the City of Rome’s two full sized pools. Municipal Pool offers a bathhouse and restrooms.

Tosti Pool – 200 6th Street

Size: 90’ x 50’ – Depth: 3 foot to 10 foot
Open Monday-Friday: 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Dates: June 27-August 26, 2022
Open Saturday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Dates: July 9-August 13, 2022
Amenities: Diving Board & Tube Water Slide

Tosti pool is handicap accessible and one of the City of Rome’s two full sized pools. Tosti Pool offers a bathhouse and restrooms.

Guyer Field Pool – 701 Laurel Street

Size: 40’ x 40’ – Depth: 1’3” to 1’6”
Open Monday-Friday: 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Dates: June 27-August 26, 2022

Guyer Pool is a fully accessible wading pool, which offers a bathhouse and restrooms. The pool, which utilizes a ramp instead of stairs, is also fully wheelchair accessible. The wading pool great for toddlers, with a maximum depth of only one foot-10 inches.

Municipal Pool is a community facility, which is open from June through August. It meets the recreational swimming needs of west Rome. The arena and pool are served by a large parking lot off of Jay and Embargo Streets with space for more than 150 vehicles. There is also a smaller lot, primarily for employees and hockey officials on the west side of the arena with space for approximately 10 cars.

The Kennedy Arena renovation program (Phase I), which was completed in 2009, included renovations to the ice surface and refrigeration equipment as well as all of the facility’s major systems (heating, plumbing, electrical, etc.). The project also included the construction of four new locker rooms as well as new bleacher seating and extended the ice surface 15-feet to a standard dimension of 85 feet x 200 feet. The shell of the building remains relatively unchanged from its original construction in 1963.

The development of Municipal Pool included a standard-size recreational swimming pool; one slide; and a bathhouse with restrooms.