Pool Rules

Please adhere to all rules for your safety and enjoyment.

No person may use the pool unless it is officially open to the public with lifeguards on duty or approval by the Board of Directors for use at another time has been granted.

Admission to the Pool

1. All patrons must wear a current community issued pool tag on their wrist at all times while inside the fenced area of the pool. Patrons not complying with this rule will be denied access to the facility.

2. Guests are allowed when accompanied by a patron with a current pool tag. Only two guests per patron are allowed and they must check in with the lifeguards to secure a guest tag. Guest tags must be returned to the lifeguards upon exiting the pool area. No guest may remain without a host patron on site. No more than five guests are allowed per host family.

3. Children eight (8) years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult eighteen (18) years of age or older. Children ages 9 to 12 may swim without being accompanied by an adult if they are able to pass the local swim test administered by the lifeguard staff.

4. All swimmers must wear bathing suits. No cut-off jeans or basketball shorts allowed. Light colored T-shirts may be worn in the pool but may not have any verbiage or pictures on them.

5. Infants and toddlers must wear swim diapers while swimming in the pool. Changing of diapers may not be done anywhere but in the restrooms.

6. No pets are permitted within the perimeter fenced area of the pool.

Failure to follow rules will result in immediate removal from the pool area.

Rules of Safety

7. The lifeguard on duty has full authority to enforce all rules pertaining to the safety of the pool.

8. Visitation with lifeguards while they are on duty is not allowed.

9. Swimming with open cuts, wounds, sores, or contagious disease is prohibited.

10. No breath holding or hyperventilation techniques are allowed in pool.

11. Three short whistles mean you should immediately exit the pool.

12. The Thunder/Lightning Rule is enforced. A storm has ended only when there has been no sounding of thunder or evidence of lighting within the prior 30 minutes and the lifeguards have signaled the pool is re-opened.

13. Wading Pools are restricted to children five (5) years of age and under. Parents must monitor their children at all times.

Diving Board and Slide

14. You must be able to swim the entire length of the pool in order to use the diving board or slide or to swim in the deep end. Lifeguards may ask you to take a swim test to prove your swimming ability.

15. Only one person may be on the diving board or slide at a time.

16. Swimmers entering the pool from diving board or pool side must extend their arms beyond their head to break the impact in the water or enter feet first.

17. No reverse or inward dives are allowed.

18. Inner tubes, rafts, and other aquatic toys may only be used in the shallow area of the pool with lifeguard approval.

19. No diving is allowed where the depth of the water is less than 6 feet.

20. No back dives or flips off the side of the pool.

21. No glass, alcoholic beverages, or smoking is permitted at the pool.

22. No running, horseplay, or throwing or dunking of swimmers will be tolerated.

23. No loud or abusive language, inappropriate behavior or public display of affection will be tolerated.

24. No food or drink is allowed in the pool water.

25. No loud music allowed.

26. No tennis balls or other hard balls are allowed within the pool facility.

27. No bicycles, skateboards, or roller blades are allowed inside the fenced area.

Adult Swim

28. All patrons under the age of 18 must exit the pool every hour for a period of ten minutes.

29. Children must remain away from the poolside and behind the coping tiles during adult swim. No dangling of feet will be allowed.

30. No children over the age of 2 will be allowed in the water during adult swim unless under the supervision of a swim instructor. Children under the age of two may be in the pool with a parent during adult swim, but they must be in direct contact with the parent at all times.

 
 
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