The Catalina Terrace Pool
is now open
CT is open for limited member use and modified swim team following
Memorial Day Weekend
Memberships are available. Though we are operating the pool with periods of open swim just as in the past, we are also operating under modified policies restricting the population limits in the facility and in the water. When at Catalina Terrace, please observe the following:
- Currently our changing rooms are closed for showers, storage, and changing. Use is restricted to essential use of the bathrooms only, and one-at-a-time (children with parents excluded). Masks are strongly encouraged. No showering. We hope to install outdoor showers at some point for rinsing.
- The Catalina Terrace Pool Facility is limited to 30 total members and guests in the pool side of the facility, and no more than 20 of those in the pool at one time.
- Please limit your total group size to no more than ten individuals within one family or self-isolating group. Multiple groups can be in the facility, but please be respectful of other’s self-isolating boundaries, typically six feet or more of space.
- Masks are encouraged away from the pool, but never in the water. As such, you will see our guards are typically not wearing masks while guarding the pool. Please be respectful of our guards’ safety and health, and maintain distance if you need to chat. Consider wearing a mask.
- Our guards are instructed to enforce our rules for everyone’s safety. Please be respectful of their position and responsible to their instruction. We stand behind our guards’ decisions.
- Group locations for congregating are under the south ramada, north ramada and north lawn. A maximum of ten people should be held to for these locations. The east deck for single or duo-lane swimmers is convenient. Please do not “camp” on the west deck, as it is a transit area and guard location.
- The children’s wading pool must be used by one family/isolating group at a time.
- Tennis is reserved for self-isolating families/groups.
- Be respectful in and out of the water, maintaining six or more feet from those who are not in your own group.
Finally, if you have been enjoying the pool for several hours, and notice that the pool population is at or near the limits, please consider curtailing your time and returning another day, to share the resource with other members.
Every page of this website may be out of date, but we’re slowly working getting them in line with this new paradigm. Documents related to our modified operating procedures will be updated here. As always with these unusual conditions, procedures and protections are subject to change or further modification. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all navigate through this. Our lifeguards’ attention and crucial mission to safeguard swimming is paramount, and any conflict resulting in distraction from this process will be found in favor of the guard. Thank you for your support of our guards!
The mission of CT Athletic Program and the Marlins Swim Team over its 59-year existence is one of health, safety & well-being amongst its community and the greater Tucson region. To that end we are assessing our start-to-season schedule, reevaluating related events and considering alternatives in light of the emerging covid-19 threat. We do this with guidance from our organizing league SAAA, the Pima County Health Department, and of course all governmental agencies and authorities we answer to. We also answer to you, our community—keep an eye out on your team and membership email for more specific updates and plans of action. Follow us at the social links (above-right on the main Desktop page) to follow the meanderings of @billthemarlin. Thank you for your spirit, your patience & understanding, your unflappable support, that fabulous Marlin fortitude, and we hope to see you all soon in sparkling waters!
Further CTAP Statements of policy and operations concerning COVID-19 (PDFs open in new page/tab):