Giammona Westmoor High Pool
Daly City, California, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Giammona Westmoor High Pool
Web Address
Street Address
131 Westmoor Avenue , Daly City , CA , UNITED STATES (Postal Code: 94015)
(650) 991-8022 for the pool, 991-8001 for the Daly City Department of Library and Recreation Services main office

Visitors (adult)
Residents $6.00. SC $5.00; non-residents $7.00, SC $6.00. [June, 2015]
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Year-Round Pools and Boards at Facility
Pool 125y x 25m, 11 lanes, indoors, 82°F (28°C)

San Mateo County
37.68246, -122.48368
Teams that Use Facility
TypeTeam NameContact 
Youth SwimDaly City DolphinsClick on the Team Name to view its website.
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Facility Reviews
It's a good pool with clean water. Relatively new facilities. [Opened in October, 2010.] Six lanes were open for lap swim when I was there on a Saturday morning and at least one was always empty while I was there. There was a class with a lot of kidsin the shallow end, which looked like fun and was well-supervised. Only open for lap swim until noon on Saturdays unfortunately. Showers are hot and the locker rooms are clean.
This is an EXCELLENT pool option in the San Francisco airport area. It's designed like a number of great California pools (e.g., Irvine down south, Burlingame, etc.) with deep flow-over troughs, so has minimal wave action. Two working pace clocks, a crisp temperature, and ultra-clean water. Whereas most California pools scrimp on locker rooms, these were clean, plentiful, and had working lockers. The location is right off the 280 and it took me about 15 minutes to get to from my hotel near the airport. It's indoors so, you don't have to be a tough, California, outdoor swimmer when the temperatures dip in the Bay Area. [November, 2013]