The pool will be open to the public through Aug. 9; after that, it will move to a weekend-only schedule until Labor Day in early September.
Guest are able to make reservations for one three-hour shift. There will be three shift options each day, and each shift will be limited to 250 people. The ability to make reservations will become available June 27.
The Plano Parks & Recreation Department had announced in early May that pools would not be open for public swimming. However, new information shows a lower risk for spreading the new coronavirus with outdoor activities and swimming, the city said in the release, which allows for a confident reopening.
The pool will follow the water park safety guidelines released by the state May 26, according to the city.
"Our goal is always the same: providing the award-winning amenities you know and love in a safe manner," the release said.
More information on Jack Carter Pool and its reopening can be found here.