No. All passes are for the individual they are issued to. If in the event you are leaving town or there is another reason you will no longer be able to attend the pool you may re-assign your card to another individual upon manager approval.
Yes, passes may be extended by the pool manager in the event of unexpected pool closures, patron illnesses, or other issues that may arise. If your pass has expired, and you still have punches left on it, you may ask to speak to the pool manager in order to have your pass extended. You may be asked to pay for sessions until the pass is approved.
State law requires that children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult within the pool enclosure. Per our pool rules the age is 8. It is highly recommended that children under 5 be accompanied in the water by an adult, therefore each adult will have to pay in order to enter the facility.
In the past at this facility, and at other pools, there is no charge for non-swimmers, such as grandparents who want to just come watch their grandchildren, or kids who do not like to swim but wish to socialize. However, due to the limited capacity at our pool, especially during the summers, and with the added cost of our year around cover, we have had to charge for every person who enters the facility. We understand that this is an inconvenience to some people, but we feel it is necessary to help keep our swimming pool open and available for use in the future. Thank you for your understanding.
There is two hours per day that are designated for lap swim only. Tuesday through Saturday from 8am-10am. During this session, lap swimming is the primary activity. Lap swimmers usually swim the length of the pool in specific lanes. If someone wishes to swim width, or in the shallow water, they will need to yield to the length-wise lap swimmers. If there is a conflict with the pool usage during this time, the lap swimmers will have preference. Schedule is subject to change due to summer or winter hours.
Lap swimming is open to anyone who wishes to participate. There is no discrimination of age, sex, or speed. The only requirement is that if you are swimming during lap swim, you need to be swimming laps, not playing on slide, diving board, or just hanging out in the way of the lap swimmers.
Standard swimming etiquette applies during lap swim. There are only 5 lanes, so sharing is encouraged. Most patrons will swim inside of a lane keeping the black line to their left, in order to always be sure to stay on one side of the lane. Using this strategy, it is possible to have up to ten people in each lane, swimming a circuit from end to end without colliding in the middle. Many couples, friends, and family members share lanes, as well as swim team members. There will be times that it is unavoidable to share lanes. Please be courteous to fellow lap swimmers when the pool is experiencing a high volume of lap swimmers.
Exercise noodles are provided by the swimming pool. A bathing suit must be worn in the pool. It is recommended that hats and sunglasses be worn during summer sessions when the cover is off as sun protection. Any additional equipment may be brought at the swimmers discretion, but is not necessary.
Music is not generally provided during the winter months, however anyone may bring a wireless (battery operated) radio for classes at any time. All music is welcome except songs that contain profanity, vulgarity, or offensive lyrics. (Please no Rap music.)
Therapeutic swim is a designated time slot at the pool in which all types of water therapy classes are welcome. There are no structured programs such as aerobics during this time, and it is not open for children to use the pool, (except as part of a therapy program or during school holidays.)
Anyone may attend during this programs designated time slots. You do not need a doctors’ note or a physical therapy instructor. All ages are welcome, and all programs are approved during this time. As always, courtesy is appreciated to fellow swimmers. During this session, therapy users have preference. Lap swimmers should please avoid the shallow end or other areas that are being used by patrons.