Pool Rules
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Pool Rules

      1.       Maximum Lap Pool Capacity – 205 persons
      2.       No Running Allowed in Pool Area
      3.       Notice:  Diving blocks are for swim team and instructional use only.  Please stay off.
      4.       Diving area rules
a.      Only one person on board at a time
b.      No diving from side of board
c.       Single bounce only
d.      Swim immediately to side of pool after diving
e.       No back or inverted dives
f.        No back flips or gainers
g.      No swimming in area under diving board
h.      No life jackets off the diving board
i.         No goggles or masks off the diving board
      5.       No diving in depths of 9’-0” or less 
      6.       Water Slide Rules
a.      No running, standing, kneeling, tumbling, or stopping on flumes or in
b.      No head first sliding at any time.
c.      The use of a slide while under the influence of alcohol or impairing drugs
d.      is prohibited.
e.      Only one person at a time may travel the slide. (Children too short may be accompanied by an adult)
f.      Obey instructions of lifeguards and other staff at all times.
g.      Keep all parts of the body within the flume.
h.      Leave the splash pool promptly after exiting from the slide.
      7.       Maximum leisure pool capacity 1,096 persons
      8.       Personal Hygiene and Behavior Rules
a.      A person using the facility must take a cleansing shower before entering the pool enclosure.  A bather leaving the pool to use the toilet must take a second cleansing shower before returning to the pool enclosure
b.       A person having a communicable disease transmissible by water must be excluded from public pools.  Any person having any exposed sub-epidermal tissue, including open blisters, cuts or other lesions may not use a public pool.
c.       No running, no boisterous or rough play.
      9.       General Pool Rules
a.      A person using the facility must take a cleansing shower before entering the pool enclosure.  A bather leaving the pool to use the toilet must take a second cleansing shower before returning to the pool enclosure
b.      Persons having or reasonably suspected to have any considerable area of exposed sub-epidermal tissue, cuts or known or recognizable contagious or communicable diseases, cough, cold, open sore, blisters, bandaged wound, fever, inflammation of eyes, nasal or ear discharges, shall not be allowed to enter the pool water.
c.       Spitting, urinating, blowing of the nose, spouting of water or deposit foreign matter in a pool shall be strictly prohibited.
d.      Bottles, crockery, glassware, or other hazardous objects shall not be permitted within the pool fence area, pool room, bathhouse facilities, or in the swimming pool or on the deck area.
e.       No children should be in the pool without adult supervision.
f.        No person shall bring or throw into the pool, or its floors, walkways, aisles or dressing rooms any object that may or in any way carry contamination, or endanger the safety of any bather.
g.      Any person suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall be prohibited from entering the pool.
h.      Unsupervised solo bathing shall be strictly prohibited.
i.         Running, boisterous or horse play, except supervised water sports is prohibited.
j.        Animals shall not be allowed within the facility.  Service animals are are exempt from this requirement.
k.       Food or drink is prohibited within 10 feet, 3.05 meters of the pool.  Beverages must be served in non-breakable containers.
l.         Use of the pool shall be prohibited during severe weather conditions, i.e. electrical storms, tornadoes, etc.
m.    No diving is allowed off the deck into shallow areas of the pool.
      10.   Splash Pad Rules
a.      No running.
b.      No hanging or climbing on equipment.
c.       Take Turns.
d.      Get wet and have fun!