The heat may seem unbearable as Tucson experiences one of its hottest summers on record, but the City of Tucson has taken note and is offering kids a chance to swim for free the rest of the summer.
Tucson Parks and Recreations has granted youth 17 and under free admission at 17 city pools
While most pools are participating, a fee will still be charged at the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation center, Catalina park splash pad and Balboa heights splash pad, $2 for adults and $1 for youth.
We all know it's only going to get hotter before leaves start to fall and it gets cooler, but don't worry. Tucson Parks and Recreations will be offering this scorching deal until Aug. 3.
Grab the kids, the floaties and some sunscreen and head over to your nearest city pool for a relaxing family swim.