Pool Rules

Carson Slide

  1. Use of pool slides require swimming attire without rivets. Please make sure there is no plastic or metal of any kind on swim trunks or suits.

  2. Lifeguards have complete authority in the pool area.  This is for your safety and comfort.

  3. NO glass containers permitted in the pool area.

  4. No loitering in the bathroom/changing area.

  5. All persons in the pool area must be in swimsuits.  This is especially true of adults supervising children during free swim. You must be prepared to be in the water to supervise.

  6. Please remember to walk on the deck.  No running or horseplay permitted.

  7. Children under 8 years of age must be attended (not just accompanied) by an adult or responsible teenager during public swim.  Only Coast Guard approved flotation devices are accepted at the pool, but are not a substitution for supervision!

  8. No pets of any kind permitted in pool area.

  9.  One 14" x 18" cooler is allowed into the facility.  Food must be consumed in the concession area.  Glass containers and alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted.

  10. Please deposit all trash and other refuse in the containers provided.

  11. Sunscreen is advised.  Please do not use suntan oil.

  12. Any children in diapers are required to wear plastic pants over the diaper.



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Darla Armfield
Recreation Supervisor for Facility Development

Aimee Manis
Recreation Coordinator for Competitive Programs, Lesson Programs and Seasonal Staffing

Mark Foote
Recreation Programmer for Pool Reservations, Staffing, FlowRider, Junior Lifeguards, and Making Waves