Stop by the Renaud Center during business hours to get a guided tour by one of our staff. You may virtually tour the facility on this website now!
To contact the Renaud Center, please call us at 636-474-2REC (2732) between 5:15A and 9:00P, Monday through Friday, 8:00A to 7:00P on Saturdays and 10:00A to 4:00P on Sundays. You may also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, the facility is open to members and non-members. Non-members will simply pay a daily admission fee based on their residency status.
Or, you may stop by the Renaud Center to sign up in-person. You will need to bring one form of picture ID (current driver’s license, military ID, passport, etc.) and one proof of residency (unpaid utility bill, checks with preprinted address, personal property tax receipt). If the address on your ID is different from your proof of residency you will need two proofs of residency.
An account both residents and non-residents use to sign-up for classes and manage memberships. Ask the Renaud Center front desk staff for assistance in setting up an account.
To receive the resident rate on programs and daily admissions at the Renaud Center or Alligator’s Creek, you must use a Resident Privilege Account.
A childcare service for children ages 3 months to 9 years old offered to patrons of the Renaud Center. Anyone can use Kids’ Korner as long as they remain in the building.
Hours vary depending upon season. Contact 636-474-2732 for open swim hours.
Yes, everyone who passes the front desk must pay daily admission. This is an admission fee, not an activity fee. If your children are ages 9 or older, you are welcome to sit in our lobby. Children under age 9 must be supervised by an adult at all times!
There are three easy ways to register: online, in person and by phone. See page two of the Parks & Rec Guide for details.
The 44-page catalog is mailed to residents as part of the City newsletter the first week of March, June, September and December. Additional copies are available at the Renaud Center, Municipal Centre (City Hall) and Parks & Recreation Administrative Offices.
Yes, for more information please contact the front desk at 636-474-2732. NOTE: The gymnasium may only be rented for basketball and volleyball.
Kids Korner attendants are not allowed to help with diaper changes or toilet needs. If a child needs assistance, an attendant will get the parent.
To protect the other children in the room, we ask that your child stay home if they are sick.
The toys are sanitized weekly. Tables, counter tops, door knobs and light switches are wiped down daily. We also clean toys daily that come in contact with a child’s mouth.
We do require the parent that signed the child(ren) in, to sign them out. With this, we will ask to see a photo ID. If another person will be picking up your child, please be sure to speak with the attendant so we can have you fill out the proper paperwork for the day.
We provide a wide variety of games and activities and ask that children leave their toys at home. We do allow for a child to bring in a comfort item (blanket, pacifier, teddy bear, etc.)
3 months to 9 years old
Yes, we require our students to be fully potty trained. Students are not allowed to wear pull ups or diapers to class.
Yes, at this time we only offer a half day preschool.
Refer to our Parent Handbook. We provide an example daily itinerary.
You can pay in full, or sign up for monthly payments. Those who choose the monthly option must pay one month up front.
Yes we have a preschool license through the state which allows us to accommodate 20 students each session.
Yes! It is important to note, Aqua Aerobics is limited to 24 guests per session.
Private Swim Lessons will be offered during non-open swim times starting June 1 (instructors will wear masks.)
Limited Group Swim Lessons will be offered starting the week of June 10 (instructors will wear masks.)
Unfortunately, no Water Walking classes will be offered until the social distancing guidelines are relaxed.
Lap swim continues as scheduled on the Drop-in Schedule (PDF).
We ask that members remain at one swimmer per lane and limit themselves to 30 minutes per session.
Our concession stand now offers a limited number of menu items. Per social distancing guidelines, please wait six feet apart from members who do not live in your home. Limited tables and seating are available and you must be from the same household to share those areas.
At this time, drinking fountains are unavailable.
Yes. There will be a limited number of chairs available to members. We ask that members not move the deck furniture. As well, the slide is open and members are asked to stand six feet apart while waiting for their turn.
Life jacket rentals is currently unavailable. Members will need to bring their own U.S. Coast Guard-approved flotation devices.
Lastly, though showers are available, we strongly suggest that members shower at home at this time.
As usual, members will enter the pool through the locker rooms. However, the deck (area around the pool) is now one way (clockwise direction), only.
When your time slot has ended, you must leave the pool area. Renaud Center staff will need to clean and sanitize the area before the next session begins. Once a member exits the locker rooms, there will be no re-entry into the Natatorium.
This program is free and easy to do! Each time you swim laps at the Renaud Center, log your laps in our binder. To swim at mile at our pool, you need to swim 66 laps or 33 lengths. We will do tallies throughout the year and then at the end we will add them all up and see who has swam the most. Top three participants get prizes, as well as everyone who hits 25 miles, 50, 75, 100, etc.
A lap is one swim down. A length is swimming down and back. Renaud Center Mileage Swim Club participants log their swimming in laps.
Unfortunately, no. An item must be coast guard-approved to be used as a safety device. We offer free life jackets to our patrons they can use while they are swimming at our facility.
No. Only water is permitted in the natatorium. We have a wet/dry concession stand that is open daily with tables and chairs a short distance from the pool.
Sign up by calling the Renaud Center front desk at 636-474-2732, or print and complete the Private Lesson Request from the website. The form is also available at our facility. We ask for your name, child’s name, phone number, age, what days and times you would like and any other information you think would be helpful for us to know. The form is then given to the Aquatic Specialist and who will then assign a guard to call and set up the three lessons based on both of your schedules. Pleaset note: this process can take about one to two weeks; during the summer, it may take up to three weeks for someone to reach you.
Private lessons are one-on-one lessons with your child and the instructor. A semi-private lesson is for two children and the instructor. Participants of semi-private lessons are requested to be approximately at the same skill level.
Customized private lessons give you ultimate flexibility! You and the instructor decide what days and times work best for each of you. Scheduled private lessons are days and times that are already published in the Parks & Rec Guide. You may sign up for these lessons online or in-person. An instructor will be ready to meet you and your swimmer on the first day of lessons.
You are encouraged to reach out to the Aquatic Specialist at 636-474-8131 or speak to Brita Weight, St. Charles County Coordinator of Inclusive Recreation, at 314-359-9970 or email@example.com. We are happy to help and assist your child!
Each of the level of the O’Fallon Swim Academy is described thoroughly in our quarterly Parks & Rec Guide. If you still have questions, please reach out to the Aquatic Specialist at 636-474-8131 and they will help you decide.
Absolutely! Any of the equipment can be used by our adult patrons. We only ask that you take proper care of the items and put them away when you are finished. Please note: we do not allow children to use to swim lesson equipment.
Your child must be 48″ to use 185-foot water slide. They cannot wear goggles or life jackets while going down the big slide. For children under 48″, there is a kiddie slide in the zero depth area. A life jacket may be worn on the smaller slide.
You may enter the pool four different ways: stairs with a railing, zero-depth entry walk in, a ladder in the lap lanes or an ADA-accessible chair lift.
The deepest part of our pool is 54″ or 4′ 6″. We have a zero depth walk in area and the middle of our pool is 42″ or 3′ 6″.
No. No outside food or drink is allowed.
Balloons and decorations for the tables are allowed to be brought in, nothing can be hung on the wall.
The theme describes the paper products and how the cake will be decorated.
Yes. Adults and kids are included in the packages.
The party starts in the room first (depending on the package this can be either 45 minutes or 1 hour), then the party moves to the pool where attendees can swim until the pool closes.
Contact Darren Granaas, Cultural Arts Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-474-8150.
Please contact Darren Granaas, Cultural Arts Coordinator, at email@example.com or 636-474-8150.
Look up the City of O’Fallon’s gallery through the Cafe call-for entries site (search for “O’Fallon”) or contact Darren Granaas, Cultural Arts Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-474-8150.