April 24, 2018

Pool Rules

SELINSGROVE COMMUNITY POOL RULES

 

  1. Smoking is Prohibited on any part of the property, including the Parking Lot
  2. Proper Swimming Attire must be worn always, i.e. Swimming Suits, Trunks, Board Shorts, Swim Shirts, Cover-ups, etc. Street clothes including cutoff jeans, loose fitting tank tops and baggy T-shirts present a hazard and are not permissible in the pool.
  3. Acceptable Language must be used at all times. Swearing will not be tolerated.
  4. No Running in Pool Area.
  5. Alcoholic Beverages are prohibited on all Pool Property.
  6. All Glass containers are prohibited on pool property.
  7. Flotation Devices may not be worn on diving boards.
  8. Proper take-off only on diving boards. Users are not permitted multiple bounces and may only jump from a standing position.  (No jump to seated bounces).
  9. Lap Lane is reserved for lap-swimming only.
  10. Do not approach Lifeguards while they are on duty. All questions should be directed to the Desk Clerk or Manager.
  11. Children 11 and under must be supervised by an individual 16 or over at all times.
  12. Children 6 and over are not permitted in the Baby Pool.
  13. Regular Diapers are not permitted in either the main pool or baby pool. Swim Diapers MUST be used.
  14. Patrons using the baby pool (including caregivers) must be in proper swimming attire.
  15. The shallow end of the pool is for children, non-swimmers and caregivers. Those unable to swim should remain in this section of the pool and should not go beyond the shallow area.
  16. Pool passes are to be used by pass-holder only, including baby-sitter passes. Violation of this rule will result in revocation of pool passes without refund.
  17. In the event of thunder or storms, all patrons will be asked to exit the pool for a period of 30 minutes. When thunder-free for 30 minutes, patrons will be allowed to re-enter the water.  No refunds will be given in the case of inclement weather.
  18. In the event of rain without thunder, patrons will be allowed to swim until the bottom of the pool can no longer be seen by the lifeguards. At this point, all patrons will leave the water until the rain subsides to the lifeguard’s discretion.
  19. Caregivers are expected to review the pool rules that are posted throughout the pool area with their children.

 

Any violation of rules could result in disciplinary action in the form of a reminder (warning), benching, or removal from the pool grounds.  Though these are our policies as listed, we reserve the right to add to this list as deemed appropriate. If patrons are behaving in a reckless or inappropriate manner we and the lifeguards reserve the right to restore the environment to a safe and enjoyable atmosphere.  This includes, but is not limited to: persons being removed from the pool, revocation of pool passes without refund and permanent banning and exclusion.