- POOL RULES -
Lifeguard on duty is in charge at all times.
the Lifeguard blows the whistle, please stop and listen.
shower on the pool deck is for rinsing off. Take a soap shower
downstairs before entering into pool.
are responsible for your belongings so please do not bring any
valuables with you.
pushing, or horseplay is prohibited on the pool deck.
- Foul language is
Food or drinks are allowed on the pool deck except water contained in
thong bathing suits, cut-off shorts, or street clothes are allowed.
changing of clothes on the pool deck.
oil is not allowed. Please apply sunscreen at home or if applied at
the pool, wait 10 minutes before entering pool.
open sores allowed. If you are bleeding, do not enter the pool.
under the age of 5 must have an adult with them at all times.
must stay in the shallow area.
swimmers under the age of 16 who wish to swim in the deep end of the
pool must pass a swim test administered by the Lifeguard.
pool has dive rings and balls to use. Please do not bring your own
pool toys, as they will not be allowed.
& dive fins are prohibited. Baby floats equipped with seats are
are not allowed to be in the pool while wearing disposable diapers.
need to have a bathing suit on while in the pool.
is allowed in the 10-foot are only. Only cannonball and jackknife
dives are permitted. Flips, twists, and back dives are prohibited.
fighting or contact with another personís neck area is prohibited.
do not let your children run in the baby pool or climb on the fence.
radios with headphones are allowed. No other radios, cd, or cassette
players without headphone are prohibited.
the Lifeguard detects lightning, they will give a signal of 3 short and
loud blasts of the whistle for you to gather your belongings
and exit the pool deck in a calm manner.
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