Rules and Regulations

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To help us serve you better, protect your loved ones and others  that use our facility we ask and need your cooperation:

The pool staff is NOT a babysitting service - Please keep a watchful eye on your children at all times.  We encourage and prefer adults come to the facility with your children.  Children 9 or younger must be under the watchful eye of an adult 16 or older.  Children under 5 must remain in arm’s length of the parents or guardians.

Swim diaper - Infants/children not toilet trained must wear swim diapers under swim suits, NO regular diapers.  All diapers MUST be changed in the locker rooms or restrooms – NOT ON THE POOL DECK.

Have children take regular bathroom breaks - Without these breaks they can easily forget to go in the proper place on their own.

Don’t swim today - If you do not feel well and have diarrhea or the flu today or in the past week, do NOT go swimming.  You may be a carrier for bacteria which can infect others, even though the pool water is chlorinated.

Shower before using the pools - By showering immediately before swimming in our pools you will remove foreign matter like sweat, dirt, loose hair from your body and keep them out of the pools you and others will swim in.

Toys and floatation devices - Fins and snorkels are prohibited. No face masks that cover the nose are allowed.  No floatation devices of any kind are allowed in the main pool.  These include but not limited to:  water wings, floatation tubes, noodles, life vests/preserves or swim suits with floatation pads.

Cooperate with the staff - By purchasing a swim pass or paying the daily fee, you are agreeing to follow all the rules which have been established for the safety and enjoyment of all patrons.  The staff is there to assist and aid all those using our facility.

Follow the rules - The rules the staff will be enforcing have been developed over the life of the facility.  It is unfortunate but the majority of the rules have been written to address problems we have encountered over the years of dealing with patrons.  By  following the rules our staff can spend more time watching for those is need of assistance.

Avoid prolonged breath holding - This can lead to shallow water blackout which may result in drowning.

Zero Tolerance  - Our facility has a zero tolerance for offensive language, fights, theft and other similar issues.  However, our staff cannot be everywhere to hear or see everything that is said or done.  Please help us keep this a family oriented facility by reporting issues to the  managers so we can address them with our patrons in question.

Tobacco and alcohol free - By state law smoking is prohibited in public facilities.  This includes our parking lot where cigarette butts and children with bare feet can often lead to serious injury.  Help us keep the facility clean by not using smokeless              tobacco.  Alcohol is prohibited on site and anyone who exhibits signs they have been drinking will be asked to leave for their own safety.

No refunds - We reserve the right to close the pool due to inclement weather, emergency situations, mechanical problems or low pool attendance.  No refunds or rain checks will be issued.  The pool manager may close the entire pool complex, or any portions of the pool complex for any safety or maintenance reason.

Everyone pays—Non-swimmers who wish to enter the pool enclosure must pay regular daily admission fees.