Pool Rules

NOTE: Most pool rules are for safety. Others are for meeting state law, for pool maintenance and for courtesy.



  • No swimming alone, by anyone at any time.
  • No horseplay – running, dunking or pushing.
  • Safety rope must be across the pool except during lap swimming.
  • No diving is allowed in the pool.
  • Front jumps only, no back flips.
  • No climbing the fence or walls for any reason.
  • Do not block open the gates at any time.
  • Leave the pool when there is a thunderstorm.
  • Food must be kept in designated areas.
  • No glass containers. Drinks are allowed in unbreakable containers only.
  • Obey the lifeguard at all times.
  • Membership pass holders may not share the pass or let anyone (except their guests) into the pool area.


  • Shower before swimming.
  • Shoulder length or longer hair must be tied back (hair clogs filters).
  • Be considerate of other swimmers at all times, especially when using pool toys or large flotation devices.
  • Use only soft-bodied articles for playing in the pool or pool area.
  • Do not hang on or pull on the safety rope.
  • Swimsuits must be modest (becoming a Christian facility).
  • Babies’ swimwear must have tight fitting legs.
  • No cutoffs allowed (ravelings damage filters).
  • No smoking or alcoholic beverages allowed.
  • Take your belongings with you when you leave.

Those who break these rules are subject to:

  1. Warning that they are violating swimming pool rules.
  2. Temporary suspension of privilege of using the swimming pool if the violations continue.
  3. Suspension for the remainder of the season for persistent violations.

During Restricted Swim times, the pool will only be open when a gatekeeper is present.

During Restricted Swim times, children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or pool member 18 years or older.