- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 20, 2015

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - The Sioux Falls City Council has decided to increase rates at the city’s six outdoor pools and its new indoor aquatic center.

Council members voted unanimously Monday to raise daily admission, establish seasonal rates and only offer free passes at the new facility during the summer months.

Daily fees at the public pools will increase by $1 annually over the next three years for children, adults and seniors. Annual season passes will start at $60 for children, $150 for adults and $250 for families in 2016.

When the indoor aquatic center is complete, an annual pass for children will start at $60 and increase by $10 annually, while a pass for adults will start at $120 and increase by $25 annually.

Reduced rates will be offered to low-income families, seniors and veterans.

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