It has been brought to our attention that the number of Non-Residents using the Pool facilities has grown enormously this summer. As a result, the Lifeguards have become more diligent in following the Pool Policy:
“The Senneville Pool is open to residents and their paying guest. Guests are the responsibility of the resident who invited them. Please be sure to sign in your guest at the pool office and pay the appropriate fee.”
As Residents you continue to be welcome to bring your Guest (2$ fee) to enjoy an afternoon with you at the Pool.
Going forward this season, an Entrance Table will be located under a shade tent next to the front gate. A Lifeguard will verify residency/membership and if necessary collect the fee for any Guest that a Resident/Member brings. Non-Residents/Non-Members will not be permitted entry.
We’d like to ensure that the summer experience at the Pool continues to be a pleasant one. We ask that you:
- Bring a piece of address-identifying ID to the Pool to avoid having to return home to get it
- Accompany any Guest that you may be bringing to the Pool.
Resident-pool-entry in the past has included Senneville badges on swimsuits(70s&80s) and laminated Resident cards(2000s). We will revaluate the process over the coming months to see if there is a more efficient way of managing entry for 2019.
Have a great rest of the summer.
You will find Senneville's municipal pool in Senneville Park at 20 Morningside Avenue (intersection Pacific Avenue). The pool is open in the summer to all citizens from June till August, inclusively.
Offering swimming, rescue and fitness classes as well as free swimming periods.
In collaboration with other West Island municipalities, we participate in diving, synchronized swimming and water-polo competitions.
John Abbott College also has an indoor pool where residents have access at a small fee.
For further information, please call 514 457-6020, ext. 120.
Registration - CLICK HERE
From April 9th 2018 (noon)
Residents Village of Senneville
Non-residents Village of Senneville
POOL (Lessons and aquatic activities)
$ 75 per participant
$ 200 per participant
|June 9th||First day of pre-season|
|June 16th||Swimmers’ Evaluation Day - PANCAKES IN THE PARK|
|June 25th||Swimming lessons begin|
|July 7th||Senneville Day|
|August 17th||Swimming lessons end|
|August 18th||First day of post-season|
|August 24th||Awards Night|
|September 3th||Pool closing|
Dates: June 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 and 24
Hours: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Dates: June 11 to 15, June 18 to 22
Hours: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Senneville Pool offer fully certified Red Cross swimming lessons. Red Cross lessons focus mainly on developing all five strokes (front crawl, back crawl, breast stroke, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke), promotes fitness and endurance, and gives swimmers lifelong skills to safely enjoy other aquatic pursuits.
Senneville Pool offer 30 minute long swimming lessons every morning from 9:30 to 11:00, Monday through Thursday. This year there will also be morning lessons from 9:00 to 9:30 to accomodate the day camp kids.
The summer is split up into two sessions of four weeks, giving the child the chance to move up into a higher level half way through the summer. After each four week session, there are report cards for the children highlighting their strengths and areas for improvement.
Due to our large number of members, we cannot guarantee that you will get your first pick of time, but every effort will be made to accommodate as many members as possible.
Every Wednesday night, there are friendly competitions between two pools in A.L.P.S. Each competition consists of all four strokes and a freestyle relay, with five different age groups.
A competitive team sport, water polo presents the opportunity to learn leadership and how to work as a team. From lessons for beginners to full team practices, water polo is a great way to learn to play or hone your skills.
Practices will take place at both the Senneville Pool and the Baie-D'Urfé Pool.
Synchronized swimming lessons
Swimmers who wish to participate in our synchro program must be at least 6 years of age and be comfortable swimming unassisted in deep water.
- Purchase of a routine suit is mandatory. The routine suits are ordered at the beginning of the summer and are custom made.
- Please pay close attention to the competition dates and schedule your vacations accordingly. Swimmers who will be absent from practice the week leading up to and/or the week of the competition will not be eligible to participate in our competitive program.
L'équipe de plongeon de Senneville est dédié à aider les jeunes à atteindre leur plein potentiel en apprenant comment plonger de façon amicale et sécuritaire.
The Senneville Diving Team is dedicated to helping young people reach their full potential while learning to dive in a safe and friendly environment.
Diving lessons are offered to divers of all ages and levels. Our dedicated coaches work on an individual basis with each diver to teach basic technique and dives that are appropriate and safe, depending on the divers ability.
2018 schedule: Monday at 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM and Wednesday at 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM
Cost: $ 65 per participant
- To be able to swim 100 meter
- To be 11 years old or older (recommended)
The Bronze Medallion introduces the four basic components of lifesaving: judgement, knowledge, skills and physical fitness. You will learn defense, release, tow and carry techniques to be prepared to save conscious and unconscious victims in situations that are increasingly risky. You will also improve your swimming technique and endurance. THE HOLDER OF A BRONZE MEDALLION AWARD IS ENTITLED TO WORK AS ASSISTANT-LIFEGUARD IN A POOL (15 YEARS OLD AND OLDER).
2018 schedule: Monday at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM and Wednesday at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
- To be at least 13 years old at the final evaluation, or to hold the Bronze Star award
- To demonstrate the skills and knowledge required for the Canadian Red Cross Junior 10 level
If you’re seeking a more advanced training and want to know the basic notions of aquatic facility supervision, you need a Bronze Cross award. You will also learn to rescue a spinal-injured victim in the deep part of the pool and a submerged victim in cardiopulmonary arrest. THE HOLDER OF A BRONZE CROSS AWARD IS ENTITLED TO WORK AS ASSISTANT-LIFEGUARD IN A POOL (15 YEARS OLD AND OLDER) AND ON A BEACH (16 YEARS OLD AND OLDER).
PREREQUISITE: To hold the Bronze Medallion award
Leaders program provides a chance for young teens to get involved in the pool and learn the ropes of being a lifeguard. The program includes many activities that focus on leadership while giving the teens a club-like atmosphere where they can meet others their age and learn what it's like to be a leader. Being older than most of the other children at the pool, the leaders are given a chance to help out with maintenance and events if they wish.
Throughout the summer, there are special events like movie nights and fundraisers organized by the leaders to raise money for their end-of-summer outing. Every year, at the end of the summer, the leaders can use their fundraising money and either have a free trip/dinner downtown in a limo, a day at La Ronde or many other fun activities.
The Masters Program offers swimming workouts for adults and older tenns (15 and up) who wish to learn the fundamentals of swimming including: body positioning on both the front and back, proper flutter kick, and stroke formation for Front Crawl, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Butterfly. These lessons provides an excellent way to exercise, socialize and to maintain their swimming skills.
2018 schedule: Tuesday and Thursday from 6:15 PM to 7:15 PM
The Aquafit program offers a great way for participants to stay fit and have fun. Aquafit consists of cardiovascular and water resistance training in the pool, all to the sounds of classic summer hits.
2018 schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Summer season - June 25th to August 17th, 2018
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20 Morningside Avenue, Senneville, H9X 1A3
CAN ANYONE JOIN THE POOL AND PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES?
Senneville residents are all members of the pool and can participate in the activities for specific costs. Non-residents must be sponsored by a Senneville resident in order to part take in activities.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR SWIMMING LESSONS?
On the municipality website there is a link to Online registration. This will let you register in all aquatic activities.
ARE THERE LANES AVAILABLE ALL THE TIME OR ONLY DURING SPECIFIC HOURS?
There is one swimming lane available every day from 1 PM to 9 PM.
DO I HAVE TO GET IN THE WATER WITH MY CHILD?
If your child is using a safety jackets or a bubble when swimming, adults need to be in the water at all times.
HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE TO ATTEND THE POOL UNSUPERVISED?
Children 13 and over are permitted to stay at the pool unsupervised.
WHAT ARE THE HOURS FOR FREE SWIM?
From Monday to Friday free swim is from 1 PM to 9 PM. Adult swim is from 12 PM to 1 PM and 6 PM to 7 PM.
On weekends, free swim is from 12 PM to 9 PM. Adult swim is from 6 PM to 7 PM.
CAN WE BRING FRIENDS TO THE POOL?
All residents can bring friends to the pool, but they must be accompanied by a resident of Senneville and pay an entrance fee of $ 2 per person and $ 5 for a family.
IS THERE ALWAYS A LIFEGUARD ON DUTY?
There are always 4 lifeguards on duty at ALL times.