According to a MPRB release, those 29 wading pools closed Sunday night and include: Armatage, Bethune, Bohanon, Bottineau, Cleveland, Currie, Fuller, Green
Central Gym, Hall, Harrison, Hiawatha School, Holmes Park, Jackson Square,
Jordan, Keewaydin, Kenny, Luxton, Lyndale School, Lynnhurst Park, Matthews,
Morris, Peavey, Pershing, Stewart, Victory, Waite, Whittier, Willard and Windom
Other wading pools in the city will stay open through Labor Day, Sept. 2, and include: Audubon, Beltrami, Bossen Field, Brackett, Bryant Square,
Bryn Mawr, Corcoran, Dickman, East Phillips Park Cultural and Community Center,
Elliot, Farview, Folwell, Hi-View, Lake Hiawatha, Linden Hills, Logan,
Longfellow, Loring, Marshall Terrace, McRae, Mueller, North Commons, North
Mississippi, Phelps, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Riverside, Shingle Creek,
Sibley, Van Cleve and Waburn.
In addition, water parks closed and lifeguard services at beaches ended for the season Sunday, as the majority of lifeguards will be returning to college and high school classes, MPRB said. However, beaches remain open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and swim docks and buoys outlining swim areas will be in place through Labor Day.