COVID-19 Updates

Updated 7/10/2020

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The Sacramento State Aquatic Center has received approval to open for Equipment Rentals only.  All equipment rentals will be done thru reservation only.  Please visit our Equipment Rental page for more information.

Classes – update 6/2/2020

The Aquatic Center will be taking wait lists for all Aquatic Center classes as we work on reopening the center.  Please wait list for any program that you are currently interested in taking and we will keep you updated with information once we are able to reopen.  Customers are not charged to wait list for any classes.  Please follow our registration system to wait list for the class or clinic you are interested in attending.

Summer Camps Update 5/15/2020

The Aquatic Center is working on some new programming for 2020.  Please stay tuned for more information about our “Boating Bubbles”

All 2020 Summer Camps are cancelled.  

We regret to inform all our summer camp families that we will not be able to hold our traditional Summer Camp programming, as you know them.  All campers who already register will receive a full refund. The Aquatic Center staff is looking into alternative youth programming that will be complaint with the CDC and Sacramento County.  Respecting the 6 foot social distancing and the safety of our families and clients.  Please check back for more information and guidelines for boat rentals and small group lessons and future youth programming.

Aquatic Center Teams

All team practices have been suspended for Capital Crew; Masters, Juniors and Outriggers. ​

Many of our members fall into the “high risk” category just due to age and not your amazing fitness.  Here is the list of health and safety reminders for all to follow:

Lake Natoma

Lake Natoma Open by California State Parks.  The Aquatic Center remains closed. 

For updates from Associated Students, Inc please visit there COVID-19 information page.

  • Practice social distancing
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or tissue and throw the tissue away
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Use a “wink” or “head-nod” instead of shaking hands or high-fiving​
  • STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK.

For more information about what Sac State is doing, please visit the Sac State website.

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