In order to provide safe and enjoyable swimming all
patrons are asked to abide by the following rules which are to be enforced by
the lifeguards on duty.
Walk at all times.
boisterous, rough play or excessive noise is forbidden in the pool area, showers
or dressing rooms.
acrobatics- gymnastics and wrestling.
before using the pool.
spitting in pool- please use drains.
hanging on safety line.
of beach balls, inter tubes at the discretion of the pool supervisor.
and drink allowed in designated area only.
Water is the only exception and must be in a plastic sealed water bottle.
No paper or glass containers.
improper behavior, and intoxication are not allowed.
other drugs are not allowed. Smoking
is allowed in the food and drink area only.
rules for use of the wading pool.
under the age of 6 will be accompanied by a parent or responsible person.
A responsible person is at least the age 12 and must be in the pool or
beside the pool where the child they are responsible for is located. Lifeguards
will determine if they are qualified to be responsible for the child.
or diving during rest periods for those under 16 years of age (Infants up to age
1 are the exception, being allowed in the pool during rest periods with a
responsible person 16 or older).
skateboards, roller blades, etc., are not allowed in the facility.
Bicycles need to be parked in the bike rack located out front.
in pool or on pool deck.
to lifeguards on duty.
allowed on lifeguard stand except lifeguards.
interfering with a guard attempting to enforce rules.
requested, do not refuse to demonstrate ability to swim before entering the deep
area of pool.
in shallow end.
Do not play in the gutters.
Do not stand, throw or misuse
the kickboards or other pool toys.
Children over the age of 5
should use bathing rooms of their same gender.
Infants and toddlers must wear
swim diapers. The diapers will be
sold in the office for a reasonable amount.
Lifeguards are city employees.
Therefore, if a patron is behaving inappropriately in the surrounding
park area outside the pool facilities (ex: damaging city property), the
lifeguard has the right to discipline the patron appropriately.
Diving Board General Rules:
one person is allowed on the diving board at a time.
before diving or jumping to make sure no one is in the diving area.
one bounce is allowed on the diving board.
or jump only in a straight line from the end of the diving board.
to the closest ladder or wall immediately after entering the water.
No swimming under or near
Do not hang on the boards.
The lifeguard on duty in the
deep end will determine whether or not to close the boards for open swim.
Rules may be added or amended
as needed without notice.
Pool patrons will be expected
to accept warnings of guards and failure to abide by such warnings can result in
removal from the premises by the pool management!!!