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“The Plunge” operated by the City of Culver City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department was opened on August 31, 1949. Our mission is to provide comprehensive aquatics programming that meets the needs of the community through highly accessible, enjoyable and varied opportunities for learning and recreation. We strive to offer a safe, responsive and welcoming aquatics environment that promotes the health and well-being of our City’s residents.

UPDATE:The Plunge Opens in a Limited Capacity July 13!

We are happy to announce the Plunge is reopening!  Unfortunately, the scheduled opening of the Municipal Plunge will be delayed by one week to July 13th due to a recent failure of a critical pump that circulates pool chemicals. City staff has already entered into an emergency contract with a vendor to supply the necessary repair parts and effectuate the repair. The repair parts are on order and expected to arrive during the first week of July. The City will be working with the contractor to expedite repair of the pump as soon as the parts arrive.

After that, a few days will be required to reestablish proper chemical levels in the pool before it will be safe to reopen. The pool is expected to be reopened by July 13th and every effort will be made to move the opening date up. We appreciate your patience as we address this unexpected mechanical failure and make necessary repairs.

The new safety protocols, an updated pool schedule and registration information for Lap Swim, Family Swim, Swim Lessons, and Water Fitness Classes will be available next week on this webpage. You can stay up to date by Liking us on Facebook and Following us on Twitter and Instagram.

Click here for Lap Swim Information
Click here for Swim Lesson Information

We can't wait for you to take the Socially distanced plunge with us back into operation! 

Read the Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Department update regarding cancellations, closures and restrictions related to coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions.

Additional news and PRCS Department staff contact information may be found on the PRCS Department homepageEmail the PRCS Department or call us at 310-253-6650. Get the latest updates about the City of Culver City’s response to COVID-19.

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