Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center rates established by city council


TIPP CITY — The rates charged at the Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center will change for summer 2022 per an ordinance unanimously approved by Tipp City Council Monday evening.

The ordinance establishes an increase in daily entry fees by $1 and an increase in 10-visit punch cards by $10 for both residents and non-residents. There were no changes for season pass rates for residents and non-residents. Additionally, for groups of 25 or more, a $1 reduction off of the daily fee may be offered if the group is in conjunction with a local non-profit, civic, faith based or licensed day care organization.

Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center 2022 Rates
Membership Type Resident Non-Resident
Season Pass
Adult $120 $165
Youth (3-17) $95 $135
Senior $95 $135
Family $220 $275
Daily Fees
Adult $8 $8
Youth (3-17) $7 $7
Senior $6 $6
Child (2 and under) Free Free
Punch Card (10 visits)
Adult $75 $75
Youth (3-17) $65 $65
Senior $55 $55

Facility rental rates for a minimum of two hours will cost $300 per hour for groups of 100 or less, $325 per hour for groups between 101 and 300 guests, and $350 per hour for groups of 301 or more.

Additionally, operating hours of the Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center have been cut back by one hour, with the center closing at 7 p.m. According to City Manager Tim Eggleston, the change in operating hours is a result of several factors, including wage increases for lifeguards and the increase in cost of chemicals to maintain the pool.

“Unless somebody has paid the full cost to have it open longer, such as a party; they would pay the full cost of the lifeguards, the managers, those types of things,” Eggleston said.

Council also unanimously approved a resolution modifying the district parameters of the approved Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) in Downtown Tipp City to include the East side of 2nd Street to Dow Street. The modifications came after business owners from East 2nd Street came before council at the Jan. 18 council meeting. Those who spoke included Nicolette Winner, owner of Unboxed Boutique; Sarah Zimmerman, co-owner of Bloom More Botannicals; Debbie Downgen, who owns the building Unboxed Boutique is in and is the owner of Broadway Hair Studio & Co.; and Downtown Tipp City Partnership Executive Director Kim Bulgin.

Council also unanimously approved the following at Monday’s meeting:

• A resolution authorizing an employer contribution to employee Health Savings Accounts;

• A resolution declaring a 2014 Road Rescue E-40 ambulance owned by the City of Tipp City to be surplus property and no longer useful in the general operation of the City;

• A motion approving Tipp City Council’s 2022—2024 Strategic Plan; and,

• A motion approving an F2 Liquor permit for the Rotary’s 100th anniversary, hosted by the Downtown Tipp City Partnership.

The next regular meeting of Tipp City Council will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 16.

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