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Weather Hotline: 480-644-2765

Our programs and facilities are impacted by inclement weather. Please see below to learn the easiest ways to find the information you need.

Sports Fields

3/15/2020: All adult softball tournament games will be played as scheduled tonight.  

For the most up-to-date information, call the weather hotline: 480-644-2765

Parks

3/12/20 closures:  Countryside Dog Park, Quail Run Dog Park, Reed Park Skate Bowl.

Adaptive Leisure

No posted cancellations

Tennis Programs

3/12/20:  As of 12:20pm -- Junior Tennis Spring Break Camp is till happening but will be 1pm to 4pm
3/12/20: As of 12:20pm -- Adult Liveball is still happening at 6:30pm

Aquatics Programs

Open: No posted closures

 

Program Specific Closures

Adult and Youth Sports

3/15/2020: All adult softball tournament games will be played as scheduled tonight.   

 In the event of a weather-related field closure or program cancellation, we will update our weather hotline: 480-644-2765.

Adaptive Leisure

In the event of inclement weather, a staff member will email or text you to cancel the class or event.

Tennis

In the event of inclement weather, a coach or Mesa Tennis Center staff member will call or email you to cancel the class.

Note: Some weather events occur suddenly. Please contact the Mesa Tennis Center directly for the most up-to-date information:

Mesa Tennis Center Front Desk
480-644-3874

 Aquatics

Classes are canceled in the event of unsafe conditions:

  • Lightning within a 10-mile radius
  • High winds/dust that obscures the surface of or clouds water

If the program is cancelled, aquatics staff will call to cancel the class.

Note: Some weather events occur suddenly. For general information and questions, please call 480-644-PLAY (7529). 

Kino and Skyline are open year-round for lap swim.  Please call the pool directly for lap swim related questions.  See phone numbers below. 

During the Summer season (May 23 -Labor Day), please contact the Aquatic Center/Complex directly for the most up-to-date information:

Brimhall Aquatic Complex
4949 E. Southern 
480-644-5087 

Carson Aquatic Complex: 
525 N. Westwood
480-644-2374

Fremont Aquatic Complex:
1101 N. Power
480-644-2369

Kino Aquatic Center:
848 N. Horne
480-644-2376

Mesa Aquatic Complex:
1630 E. Southern Ave.
480-644-3036

Rhodes Aquatic Complex:
1860 S. Longmore
480-644-2550

Shepherd Aquatic Complex:
1407 N. Alta Mesa
480-644-3037 

Skyline Aquatic Center:
845 S. Crimson
480-644-6040

Stapley Aquatic Complex:
3250 W. Hermosa Vista
480-644-4977

Lightning Safety

Thunderstorms and lightning can occur year-round and at all hours. However, they are most likely to happen in the spring and summer months during the afternoon and evening hours.

Lightning’s behavior is random and unpredictable. Preparedness and quick response are the best defenses towards the lightning hazard. It is important to make yourself aware of basic lightning safety:

  • When thunder is heard, or a cloud-to-ground lightning bolt is seen, the thunderstorm is close enough to strike your location with lightning.  Suspend play and take shelter immediately.  Safe structures include the nearest school building, building, house, or a fully enclosed vehicle with windows tightly closed. Press boxes, sheds, storage buildings, or dugouts will not provide adequate protection.
  • 30/30 Rule or Thirty-minute rule.  Once play has been suspended, wait at least 30 minutes after the last thunder is heard or flash of lightning is witnessed prior to resuming play.
  • Any subsequent thunder or lightning after the beginning of the 30-minute count, resets the clock and another 30-minute count should begin.