Iroquois Pool is located at 2324 Maple Street, at Touhy Avenue, adjacent to Iroquois Community School.
Map and directions.
TEMPORARY PARKING AT IROQUOIS POOL
Posted July 1
For the next few days, while Iroquois School resurfaces their parking lots,
please park on Warrior Way, just north of the pool, or in the Leisure Center south lot.
PLEASE RESPECT LOCAL BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS, AND
DO NOT PARK ON MAPLE AVENUE OR BIRCH STREET.
Chippewa and Iroquois pools are now open for public swim, per the guidelines in Phase 4: Revitalization. Please read the guidelines on this page before you come to the pool. Thanks!
Wash your hands. Wear a mask. Social distance.
Spread the word, not the virus.
2020 Season Pool Passes
Are On Sale Now!
Purchase or renew your Season Pool Passes online.
Prices have been reduced due to the shortened season.
If you have already purchased your 2020 season pool pass, you will be refunded the difference automatically.
As an added bonus, we will host special ‘Pass-Holder Only’ events throughout the summer!
Click the Registration Button to purchase your pool pass now.
If you are renewing your 2019 pass, follow these steps
1) Click Here and sign in with your Username and Password.
2) Under SEARCH, click Pass Membership Renewal.
Chippewa & Iroquois Passes
Reduced fees, due to the shortened season
|Family of 2||$98.00||$224.00|
|Family of 3||$117.00||$269.00|
|Family of 4||$130.25||$299.00|
|Family of 5||$143.50||$329.00|
|Chippewa Pool 197 N. Eighth Avenue 847-390-4955|
|Seniors & Youth||$6.50||$13.50|
|Iroquois Pool 2324 Maple Street 847-390-4955 CASH ONLY
|Adults, Seniors, & Youth||$5.50||$9.00|
Each day will be divided into 3 Open Swim sessions A, B, C (see calendar below). Each session will be available for pool pass holders and daily admissions, first come-first served. Deck chairs will be available at social distance. After each swim session the facility will be closed for one half hour for cleaning. If capacity allows, reentry will be accepted.
Questions about the pools or swim lessons?
Contact Matt Hartnett, Aquatics Manager. 847-391-5711. Email.
This popular neighborhood pool is a great place to cool off on a hot summer day. The deep end is equipped with a diving board.
Pool Rules and General Information
2020 General Admission
Residents (with valid ID), $5.50
Children under 2 years old: Free.
What is the future of Iroquois Pool?
Iroquois Pool will be open in 2020, and we plan to keep it open in 2021. While Iroquois is more than 50 years old, and is well past the natural life of a pool built in that era, our outstanding mechanical wizards have kept it operating safely and economically. Will that always be possible? No. Outdoor pools don’t last forever, and maintaining them eventually becomes impractical. Upgrading, or demolishing and rebuilding a pool on this site is not possible for some simple reasons: there is not enough land to upgrade or build within the current safety and land management codes. We could not meet the mechanical, ADA, and storm water detention requirements. We’re researching options for building some type of water activity area on the south end of Des Plaines.