General Info and Safety Rules

    • State law requires a cleansing shower before entering the pool.

    • If a child is not toilet trained, plastic pants must be worn.

    • Children must be able to stand in water 3 1/2 feet deep (flat footed, 43 inches from the chin down), to swim unattended, pass the "swim test" - 25 yards of crawl stroke and 25 yards on their back.

    • The diving board may only be used by those who are able to pass the "swim test".

    • Attaching swimming aids are permitted. The items you may bring include life jackets (Coast Guard approved), floaties, and vests. Outside toys may be allowed, at the Head Guards' discretion.

    • Non-swimming children or those wearing attached floatation devices must stay within arm's reach of the adult responsible for them.

    • For safety reasons, an adult may not take a non-swimming child into water that is over the parent's head, even if they are wearing a flotation device; this includes the diving board.

    • Kickboards are used in the water for District lessons and lap swims. Other times are at the discretion of the Head Guard.

    • Use of starting blocks is restricted to swim team practices under the supervision of swim insured coaches.
    • Food and beverages are permitted only in the spectator and lobby areas.

    • Glass containers are not permitted in the facility.

    • The pool is considered a family oriented facility. Obscene language, gestures and inappropriate displays of affection will not be tolerated.

    • Any person  under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be permitted to use the facility.