If you swim at Lions Pool, the City of Yakima’s indoor aquatics facility...it's currently closed temporarily due to a mechanical issue with the pool’s main pump.

It could be closed for a week or more

Repairs will be completed as quickly as possible. It is estimated the pool could be closed for a week, though, it is not known exactly how long it will take to complete repairs.

If you're looking for a place to cool off there are other choices

The City of Yakima’s outdoor pool, Franklin Pool at 2102 Tieton Drive, remains open. The City also offers spray parks at Miller Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
When repairs are finished and the pool is ready to be re-opened, the City will provide notice "using its various communications platforms."
“We certainly apologize to the loyal users of Lions Pool that the facility will have to be closed while the pump is repaired,” said Parks & Recreation Manager Ken Wilkinson."For more information about pools and parks check the website https://yakimaparks.com/aquatics/

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