Red Cross or Coast Guard approved flotation devices are strongly recommended for children who do not know how to swim.
Children under 38 inches tall must have a parent or other supervisor in the water at all times. Flotation devices will not be accepted as a substitute for a parent or supervisor.
An adult must accompany all children under the age of 8.
Children between the ages of 8 and 12 must have a Permission Form on file in the pool office before any child can be left at the pool without adult supervision. The child must be able to swim the width of the pool before the Permission Form can be approved.
The lifeguards are not baby-sitters.
Lifeguard orders must be obeyed at all times.
Shoes, smoking, food and glass are not allowed on the pool deck.
Showers must be taken before getting into the pool (particularly for persons coming off of the volleyball court or tennis courts).
Running on the deck is not allowed.
Sitting, standing or climbing on pool rails is not allowed.
Only lap swimmers are allowed in the lap lanes.
There will be a 10-minute break for children under the age of 16 before every hour.Large floats are not allowed in the pool. No floats are allowed in the deep end or in the lap lanes. All floats must be removed from the pool at the request of a lifeguard request.
No child over the age of 6 may be in the baby pool at any time.
All babies/toddlers who are not potty trained must wear aquatic diapers.
Proper swimming attire must be worn at all times. In particular, cut-off shorts are not allowed.