Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township

In accordance with the Pennsylvania Department of Health COVID-19 Travel Restrictions and Quarantine Guidelines, the Palmer Township Community Pool will continue to be closed through Friday July 24, 2020.

The Pool will open Saturday July 25, 2020 at 12:00 Noon.

Due to the lack of available personnel as a direct result to COVID-19 concerns, the pool will operate with a reduced schedule Wednesday through Sunday, from 12:00 Noon to 6:00 PM. (Closed Monday and Tuesday)

Thank you for your understanding as we make every effort to provide our residents the opportunity to utilize the community pool during these challenging times.

Due to the Pennsylvania Department of Health COVID-19 Travel Restrictions and Quarantine Guidelines, the Palmer Township Community Pool will continue be closed through Friday July 24, 2020.

The Township will continue to review the availability of personnel to operate the pool, and make a final determination no later than Friday, July 24, 2020.

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the 2020 Palmer Pool season! We will be opening on Friday, June 26 from 11 am to 8pm to kick off the season. As most of you know, Palmer Pool will be limited to Palmer Residents with memberships only this summer. There will be no day passes sold at any time. There will also be no swim lessons or pool party rentals. please review them before coming to the pool for the first time this season. Please see below our 2020 operational guidelines. Please review them before coming to the pool for the first time this season. It is not a complete list but a guideline to help create the safest possible atmosphere at the Palmer Pool for the summer of 2020A couple of points:

1- We have a new Pool Manager this season. Her name is Shannon Hogan and she is going to be a tremendous asset to the Palmer Pool. Please welcome her when you get to meet her.
2- As we all know, we are in uncharted waters for this pool season. We are asking for everyone’s patience as we all try and navigate this summer as best we can. Our pool staff has put in a lot of work to make the pool as safe as possible for this challenging summer.
3- We know everyone is anxious to get to the pool. However, please do not show up at 11 am on Opening Day if you can wait an hour or two. We will be practicing safe social distancing at the entrance ( and everywhere we can). A large crowd at opening will only lead to people being asked to wait in the parking lot.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email Shannon at pool@palmertwp.com . It will take everyone’s cooperation to have a great pool season. We will see you at the pool!

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Palmer Township will open our community pool in accordance with guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Governor’s Office, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, when Northampton County transitions to the Commonwealth’s Green COVID-19 Phase.
The Township will prepare a Palmer Community Pool COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines Policy, including specific details concerning Signage, Guest Arrival and Departure procedures, the Operation of the Facility, Cleaning of the Slides, Diving Boards, Chairs, Tables, Bathrooms, and the Operation of the Concession Stand.

In addition to the development of the Palmer Community Pool COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines Policy, Lifeguard Training and Certification, Pool Staff Training, and Entrance/Exit Gate Attendant Training, will commence immediately. The Township will also add an additional staff member with the responsibility of COVID-19 Compliance Manager.

Additionally, depending on the guidance in place on the date of the opening in the Green Phase, guidance from the Governor and PA DOH may restrict the number of pool attendees to Township Residents and Season Pass Holders. Currently, we plan on operating during our normally scheduled days and hours.

Palmer Township is looking forward to the opening of our pool and providing municipal amenities to our community in a safe and professional manner. Customers with concerns or question may call the Palmer Township Charles Chrin Community Center Staff at 610-252-2098.

- Palmer Pool memberships will be available at the Charles Chrin Community Center for PALMER RESIDENTS ONLY starting Monday , June 15 from 10 am to 4 pm on weekdays.
- Memberships are available to Palmer residents only with appropriate proof of residency. Appropriate proof of residency includes an electric or sewer bill, drivers license etc..
- There will be NO DAY PASSES at the Palmer Pool this year. You must have a membership to gain admission.
- There will be no limit on memberships to Palmer Residents. You do not need to be here on Monday. As long as you have proof of Palmer residency you will be eligible to purchase a membership at any time.
- Family passes are limited to those living in your home.
- Please wear a facemask and practice appropriate social distancing when purchasing your membership.

Unfortunately we are sad to announce that Camp Palmer is cancelled for the 2020 Summer Season.

Palmer Pool’s opening is currently postponed until further guidance is received from the Pennsylvania Department of Health and/or, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We are currently getting things ready to open when guidance is provided.

Palmer park pavilions will be temporarily closed for permit rentals. Park rentals will be contingent upon the lifting of social distancing standards by the office of the Governor of Pennsylvania.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the start of the Camp Palmer is postponed until specific operating guidance is received from the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You can learn more about Camp Palmer and register by going to www.camppalmer.campbrainregistration.com. Camp Palmer opening is contingent upon the lifting of social distancing standards by the office of the Governor of Pennsylvania. All news and updates will be posted here and emailed to registered camp families.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the opening of the Palmer Township Community Pool is postponed until specific operating guidance is received from the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All news and updates as they relate to the Palmer Pool will be posted here and on our Facebook page.

Charles Chrin Community Center building, turf and sod field facilities are currently closed to the public due to social distancing standards as mandated by the office of the Governor of Pennsylvania. The building will be open on weekdays from 9am- 3pm starting TUESDAY, MAY 18 for Pool passes and Pavilion rentals ONLY. Please wear appropriate face mask if entering the building for this purpose. Our 1.5 mile walking path is open to the public and we encourage you to utilize the path while practicing social distancing standards. There are no dogs or motorized vehicles of any kind permitted on the path. All updates on opening of facilities will be posted here and on our Facebook page.

The Community Center and Parks will be closed until further noitice. Please know you may always call the Community Center at 610-252-2098, leave a message to receive a returned telephone call. As essential workers, the Township Staff is continuing to work during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Voice mail messages will be returned within a 24-hour time frame. Thank you for your understanding and please do everything you can to remain healthy!

Welcome To The Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township

The Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township is located on Green Pond Road just west of the Palmer Elementary School. It is the hub of indoor and outdoor recreation in the township.

The Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township is also the proud host to the Miracle League of Northampton Country's Easton Rotary Field. This is a barrier free baseball field specifically designed for children with intellectual and physical disabilities. This regional facility was built and funded by The Miracle League of Northampton County.



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