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Clark Pool Membership Prices Announced; Open House Scheduled for May


CLARK, NJ – The Clark Town Council approved the Clark Pool membership prices for the 2017 summer season at last week’s township council meeting.

Councilman Bill Smith said the pool’s open house for new members is scheduled for Saturday, May 13 from 10:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m.  Renewing members can mail their registration forms to the below address to have cards reactivated.  

Clark Municipal Building
Attn: POOL
430 Westfield Avenue
Clark, NJ 07066

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There is a $15 fee for lost cards.  The pool is also offering two free guest passes to members who join by May 13 either by mail or at the open house event.

Application & payment can be mailed before June 1st to the address above. After June 1st, please register in person at the pool during daily hours. 

Business Administrator John Laezza, filling in for the township clerk, announced the following 2017 membership fees:


  • Family                                     $375
  • Husband & Wife                      $315
  • Individual (Ages $14+)            $215
  • One Parent & Child                 $315
  • Domestic Partnership              $315
  • Senior Citizen (ages 62+)        $105


  • Family                                     $550
  • Garwood Resident Family      $475
  • (affiliated for Clark Schools)
  • Husband & Wife                     $475
  • Individual (Ages $14+)           $315
  • One Parent & Child                $475
  • Domestic Partnership             $475
  • Senior Citizen (ages 62+)       $160

2017 Guest Passes

  • Daily                                  $9
  • Weekends                         $12
  • *Guest Pass Special         $90 (Buy a pass for 10 visits, get 2 visits free)

The council also approved Pool Director Mike Kozlowski and Assistant Managers Robert Cahill and Matt Acosta along with the pool rules and regulations.

During the workshop meeting held earlier in February, the council discussed bids received for the pool's concession contract. One bid would pay the township approximately $11,000, while the other would bring in approximately $7600.  The high bid had not met the requirement to visit the site. There was some doubt that the proposed menu could be accommodated within the size and equipment constraints of the facility. The council will revisit the concession bids during its March meetings.

*All guests must be accompanied by a member in good standing.  All guests must obtain a receipt of payment to enter the pool area.

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