Rules

GENERAL RULES

  • Lifeguards have complete authority. Please respect their decisions.
  • Shower before entering the pool.
  • Swimming suites must be worn.
    • Any patrons not complying may be removed from the swimming premesis
    • Babies must wear " Little Swimmer" diapers
  • Please walk on deck.
  • Individuals over the age of 10 may attend unsupervised.
  • Children under the age of 10 must be supervised by someone over 12 years of age.
  • One long blast of the whistle means to get onto the pool deck as quickly as possible. 
  • NO SMOKING, VAPING, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, SUNFLOWER SEEDS, OR GLASS CONTAINERS.
  • Respect your fellow swimmers and refrain from hazardous play.
  • NO DIVING during public swimming. All entries must be made in a feet-first fashion. 
SHALLOW END RULES
  • NO diving is permitted. All entries must be made in a feet-first fashion.
  • Please refrain from placing individuals atop of the shoulders.
  • Flips off the side of the pool deck are not permitted.
WATER SLIDE RULES
 
The Little Dipper (Blue Slide) 
  • Slide at your own risk
  • Toddlers sliding alone MUST be supervised by a guardian
  • Ensure water area below slide is clear before sliding
  • NO LOITERING at top of slide.
  • Leave the water area at bottom of slide as quickly as possible
  • Riders must ride FEET FIRST and FACE UP
 The Twister (Yellow Slide)
  • Slide at your own risk
  • Toddlers sliding alone MUST be supervised by a guardian
  • Ensure water area below slide is clear before sliding
  • NO LOITERING at top of slide
  • Leave the water area at bottom of slide as quickly as possible
  • Riders must ride FEET FIRST and FACE UP
The Plunge (Red Slide)
  • Slide at your own risk.
  • Riders under the age of 18 must have today‚Äôs wristband on in order to ride
  • Wristbands are given to patrons who swim 4 widths of the pool on their front, under lifeguard supervision
  • SINGLE riders only per lane
  • Ensure water area below is clear before sliding
  • NO LOITERING at top of slide
  • Leave the water area at the bottom of the slide as quickly as possible
  • Riders must ride FEET FIRST and FACE UP
  • NO individual wearing a life-jacket can ride the slide
THREE STRIKE POLICY
  • When a swimmer has broken a rule a strike may be issued by a lifeguard
STRIKE ONE:
  • If a pool patron breaks a rule for the first time, the lifeguard will issue them a warning and show them the policy
  • The patron will be asked to leave the facility for the remainder of the day
STRIKE TWO:
  • If a pool patron is issued a second strike, the patron will be asked to leave the facility for the remainder of the day
  • The lifeguard will call the patron's parents to inform them of the policy and warn that the swimmer has one strike remaining as well as what would happen if a third rule violation occurs
STRIKE THREE:
  • If a pool patron is issued a third strike, the patron will be asked to exit the facility for the duration of the day and will not be allowed to return without a parent present
  • The patron's parents will be called to inform them of the policy 
Please note that a patron does not get three strike per day; it is three strikes TOTAL for the season