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Cranford Pool and Fitness Summer Registration is Open

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CRANFORD, NJ – Registration for summer membership at the  Cranford Pool and Fitness Center is currently underway.

For residents and current annual members registration began on March 1; for non-residents, April 3 and Open Registration (current waiting list first) April 15. 

You can register online at https://register.communitypass.net/cranford by logging into your community pass account or you can create an account. 

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If you do not know your password or user name, please call or email pool@cranfordnj.org.  Please do not set up a new account. Your ID's will no longer work with a new account and it is not possible to merge accounts created using a different township other than Cranford.

You can also register in-person at the Centennial Avenue Pool Complex. Registration hours are: Monday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.; Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Returning members, please keep your ID cards a new one is not necessary and you will be charged $10 for each new card.   Everyone will need to show a current picture ID to obtain a new ID.   New members will be asked to provide a photo ID with a current address and birth certificates for children on the membership.

New Cranford members will need to provide proof of residency, this cannot be a driver’s license. 

AGE-POLICY - A child who is 2 years of age or older or will become 2 years of age before Labor Day is considered a “child” for summer membership. A child who is 2 years of age or older or will become 2 years of age in the current year is considered a “child” for annual membership. Individuals turning 24 years of age or who will become 24 years of age before Labor Day cannot be considered as a “child” in the summer membership. Individuals turning 24 years of age or who will become 24 years of age in the current year cannot be considered as a “child” in the annual membership. If you are turning 65 within the current year, you pay the senior citizen rate.

For more information visit www.cranfordnj.com/pool  or call 908-709-7260.

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