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All visitors must have a signed liability waiver on file to enter the pool. A parent or guardian must sign for a minor, either in person at the office or online with our permission form,  prior to the child entering.

General Guidelines

  1. No one may enter the facility without a staff member present.

  2. Children under the age of 5 must have a parent or guardian (18 years or older) with them in the water at all times.

  3. Lifeguards have the discretionary authority to require a parent or guardian to be in the water with a child over the age of 5 whom they judge to be a weak swimmer or the child will be given a lifejacket for daily use and require it to be worn.

  4. Children under the age of 12 must have a parent or guardian on site.

  5. Lap swimmers are required to circle swim when lane use exceeds 2 patrons.

  6. All phones, radios, and MP3 players are restricted to private listening (headphones).

  7. All tobacco, vape, dip, alcohol, and gum products are prohibited in the facility.

  8. Food and drink are allowed in the facility in restricted areas.

  9. The Natatorium area is used for programming and events.

  10. Personal items are to be stored safely in the lockers provided. Do not ask lifeguards to keep your personal items or valuables.

  11. Lifeguards have the responsibility to enforce regulations and have the authority to remove anyone from the pool for unsafe or inappropriate behavior.

Health Rules

  1. Admission to the facility will be refused to anyone appearing to have a contagious or infectious condition, including but not limited to, the flu, athlete’s foot, ringworm, boils, and other skin infections.

  2. Band-Aides are prohibited from in the water activity.

  3. Spitting, blowing the nose, or urinating in the pools is forbidden.

  4. Swimwear must be appropriate attire, conducive to effective movement in the water, covering the buttocks, breasts, and pelvic region.

  5. Do not swim when you have diarrhea. This is especially important for children in diapers. Germs can potentially spread in the water and make other people sick.

  6. Do not swallow pool water. For best practices avoid getting pool water in your mouth.

  7. Take a shower before swimming to reduce soap and oil residue in the pools.

  8. Take your child on bathroom breaks or check diapers often. Waiting to hear “I have to go” may mean it is too late.

  9. Change diapers in the bathroom and not at poolside. Germs can spread to surfaces and objects in and around the pool and spread illness.

  10. Young children, infants, and others not in control of bodily functions must wear appropriate swim diapers designed specifically for pool use.

  11. Apply sunscreen for protection, follow manufacturers directions and allow 15 minutes for drying before entering the water.

Safety Rules

  1. A long whistle blast may signal an emergency. Exit the pool immediately and look to the lifeguard for further instruction.

  2. Do not converse with or distract the lifeguards while they are actively engaged in their duties.

  3. Use walking speed on all concrete or tiled surfaces.

  4. Patrons under the influence of alcohol or other drugs that alter awareness are restricted from the facility.

  5. You may be asked by a lifeguard to show an ability to swim before using a pool or pool equipment.

  6. Glass is prohibited in the facility.

  7. Headfirst entries are restricted to areas of water depth greater than Five feet. These areas have been specifically marked at the edge of the pool indicating a safe water depth for head first entry.

  8. Do not hang on ropes or lanelines.

  9. Horseplay is not tolerated. Running, pushing, dunking, water fighting, chicken fights, etc/ are dangerous and prohibited.

  10. Hyperventilation or holding of one’s breath underwater for an extended period of time can be extremely dangerous and therefore is prohibited.

  11. U.S. Coast Guard approved personal floatation devices are permitted under direct supervision of an adult 18 years or older. Floatation devices such as inflatable water wings are not U.S. Coast Guard approved and therefore prohibited.

  12. Floats are allowed in a single pool. The ideal pool for floats is the North pool, if the North pool is not open floats are permitted in the Middle pool. Floats designed for no more than 2 swimmers and/or not larger than 3’ x 4’ are permitted.

  13. Water toys are to be used with care and any toy deemed unsafe by a lifeguard or supervisor is prohibited.

  14. Toypedos are prohibited for recreational use.
    All training and fitness equipment is to be used in the manner for which it is designed.

  15. Use of the starting platforms is restricted to organized competitive practice or competition.

  16. Water slide use is restricted to one person at a time riding in a seated, forward facing position. The junior water slide is reserved for 7 year olds and under.

Diving Area Rules

  1. Swimming in the diving well is prohibited when the diving boards are in use.

  2. Do not wear goggles, earplugs, or contact lenses while diving.

  3. When diving, springboards are for recreational use:

  4. Use is restricted to competent, unassisted swimmers.

  5. All jumps and dives are to be from a standing position with the head directed away from the board. NO inwards or gainers off the boards.

  6. No handstands, cartwheels, or seat drops are permitted.

  7. Only one person is permitted on the ladder or the board at a time. 

  8. Do not jump or dive until the diver before you reaches the ladder.

  9. One spring per dive or jump is permitted.

  10. Swim directly to the nearest ladder or straight out under the rope.

  11. Moving a springboard fulcrum increases its spring, but decreases your control. The fulcrum is not to be moved from the No. 1 position (fully forward) during recreational diving.

  12. Diving or jumping deemed unsafe, in the judgement of the lifeguard, will be prohibited.

  13. When the climbing wall is open only the West side diving board will be in use.

  14. Climbing wall can accommodate a maximum of 2 climbers and if two are on the wall they must have one climbing panel between them.

  15. Form a line to each side of the climbing wall 

  16. Climbers enter the water feet first once the previous climber has exited.

  17. Climbers drop from the wall feet first. Diving or flipping from the wall is prohibited.

  18. Each Climber must exit the water after dropping from the wall.

  19. Climbing the wall from a position on the deck is prohibited.

Thank you for your compliance with and understanding of our rules and regulations, which help us ensure a safe and healthy experience. These reflect current aquatic industry standards and are reviewed annually. Your feedback is welcome and accepted via email

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