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General Pool Information
The indoor and outdoor pools are here for the enjoyment of all patrons. Please help to keep them clean and safe by following the below rules and guidelines!
Supervision Guidelines (Download your own copy)
An adult (age 16 or older) must be in the water, within arm’s reach of a child who is 5 yrs or under. Maximum 3 children/adult.
An adult (age 16 or older) must be in the water, within arm’s reach of a child who is 6 yrs or older and a non-swimmer who wishes to enter water above shoulder height. Maximum 3 children/adult.
An adult (age 16 or older) must be in the water, within arm’s reach of a child who is wearing a safety vest. Inflatable flotation devices are not allowed.
All children age 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult (age 16 or older) while using the facility. The adult must be in the pool area while the child is using the pool.
Lifeguards reserve the right to swim test anyone, prior to allowing them to swim in deep water.
American Red Cross Swim Competency Test
(To be done in a 25yd or 25m pool. Participant cannot wear goggles.)
Group Use Guidelines
Safe Swimming Tips
Safe Kids Worldwide. Swimming Safety Tips.
For more information, visit http://www.safekids.org/sites/default/files/documents/swimming_safety_tips2_0.pdf