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Pool Rules

The following rules have been established by the Board to ensure safe and sanitary operation of the pool facilities and to provide for theprotection and comfort of Club members and guests. Parents are advised to caution their children to observe these rules and to obey theinstructions of the pool manager and staff.


The pool manager shall be responsible to the Board. It shall be his/her duty to supervise personnel, oversee the facilities, and enforce allru les and regulations. The Board holds the pool manager and staff directly responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the pool. The pool manager and lifeguards have been given authority by the Board to enforce all club rules.



Member Obligations


Members must sign in at the front window for entry into the clubhouse and pool.


Guests must be accompanied by a member, register at the front window and pay a guest fee for entry.


The conduct of guests is theresponsibility of the member who brought them.


The cost of any property or equipment damaged will be charged to the responsible member.


For insurance and legality purposes, children 8 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or babysitter.


Unaccompanied children 9 years of age and older are expected to behave in a safe and respectful manner.


The lifeguards are on duty to keep those in thewater safe. They are not babysitters.


For the safety and comfort of all members, inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.






All members, including children, shall use the pool and its facilities at their own risk.


The Club will not be responsible for any accident orinjury in connection with the use of the pool and its facilities, nor will it be responsible for loss or damage to personal property.


No unauthorized vending or soliciting will be permitted.


Complaints, comments and suggestions should be presented to a Board member or the pool manager.


The rules may be revised at any time at the discretion of the Board.





Rules of Health, Conduct and Safety


All activities must be conducted so as not to constitute a public nuisance.


All swimmers must shower before entering the pool.


Bikes must be parked in the bicycle area only. No bikes are allowed in the clubhouse or pool area.


No smoking or chewing gum is allowed on the premises at any time. Food is restricted to picnic tables or grassy area.


Admission to the pool may be refused to anyone with skin abrasions, illness or infections.No disposable diapers are allowed in either pool.


Babies must wear swim diapers or cloth diapers with rubber pants.No glass containers of any kind are allowed in the pool area.


No running, pushing or wrestling are allowed in the pool area


.Inflatable and foam toys are allowed in the pool.


The lifeguard reserves the right to limit the use of large toys during particularly busy times.High powered water pistols (i.e. "supersoakers") are not allowed.


No pets or animals are allowed in the pool area.


Diving is only allowed in 9' deep section.


There will be no abusive or profane language.


Lifeguards may call all children out of the pool for a fifteen minute adult only swim (18 years and older).


No one is allowed in the pool office or pump room except lifeguards, pool manager, Board members, and maintenance personnel.


The pool must close for thunderstorms and tornado watches/warnings. The pool may close due to rain or necessary maintenance.


Responsibility for the safety of the children in the baby pool shall be that of the parents/babysitters.


Use of the baby pool is limited to children under the age of seven.


Swimsuits must be worn in the pool. No cut-offs or t-shirts are allowed.


Radio volume must be kept low so as not to disturb other members.


Excessively inappropriate behavior or destruction of any kind will be subject to a warning or immediate dismissal for a period of timedeemed appropriate by the pool manager, lifeguards or Board member.


Anyone caught stealing will be suspended from the pool for a minimum of 30 days.

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