ARRIVAL AND GUESTS
- Upon arrival, please check in with the greeters, or sign yourself in (binder located by front gate), if there is no greeter. Please report/mark the appropriate number of guests.
- Members receive 10 guest passes per year (Individual Members (formerly Senior) receive 5). Guests must be accompanied by an adult member* (over 16). Additional guest passes may be purchased by cash or check for $5 each.
- *Exception: Non-member babysitters/caregivers/grandparents may bring a member’s children to the club. A guest pass is not required if these non-members do not use the pool.
- Members may only use 5 passes per visit. Use of more than 5 passes per visit requires a “Party Rental Agreement” and payment of rental fees. Unauthorized parties are subject to additional fees.
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND COURTESY
- Please only eat and drink items you have brought to the club. The refrigerator is for club staff and member use. Please refrain from taking items that are not yours and ensure your children do the same.
- Eating and drinking are limited to the covered pavilion area and the grass. Alcohol use is allowed by adults with responsible behavior. Glass containers of any kind are not allowed anywhere on Club property so plan accordingly. If a member is demonstrating signs of intoxication, they will be asked to leave for the day.
- Profane language, roughhousing, dangerous, or disrespectful behavior may result in temporary or permanent revocation of membership.
- Please clean up your area before leaving. Return chairs and grills; remove all party decorations and dispose of trash properly.
- All personal property is your own responsibility. Items in the lost and found will be removed periodically without notice.
- Members and guests may not sell products or services on club property.
- Pets and smoking are not allowed on club property.
- Members are asked to follow all posted signs and should questions arise about any policy, please email the Board of Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHILDREN AND SAFETY
- Running is only allowed in the grass areas. Please enforce
this with your children.
- Member children who are 12 years and older or entering the
7th grade are allowed to be at the club without an adult, with a signed
permission slip (yearly). The child must
pass the club’s swim test and follow all rules and regulations or be subject to
loss of this privilege.
- For non-swimming children, a parent must be in the pool with
them at all times. Rings, arm floaties,
lifejackets, vests or any floatation device do not replace the parent’s
responsibility for that child.
- Children who are not potty-trained must wear a swim diaper
while in the pool. Please follow this
rule because the pool will have to close if a child defecates in the pool.
- Proper swimwear is required due to safety and health
issues. Street clothes of any kind are
not allowed in the pool.
- Pool toys may be used unless the lifeguard(s) judge it to be
a danger based on its use or due to safety during periods of high congestion in
the pool. Generally, the club allows
soft splash balls, diving toys, goggles, kickboards, soft flexible flippers intended
for pool, pool noodles, small personal flotation devices (if worn by a child,
he or she must be monitored by an adult in the water). We do not allow water
guns, water balloons, any squirting toys, or tubes, large flippers, footballs,
and larger inflatable toys that are for sitting on in any way, or any toy that
is not designed to be a pool toy.
- The clubhouse is not a place for children to play. The doors
opening to the side street are left unlocked during business hours for fire
LIFEGUARDS ARE NOT BABYSITTERS. OBEY THE LIFEGUARDS AND AVOID UNNECESSARY DISTRACTION OR SOCIALIZING WITH THEM WHEN ON DUTY. Please save your non-urgent questions for Adult Swim or between sessions.
Membership dues are refundable up to 1 week prior to the pool's opening day - up until May 20, 2022. Once the pool is open for the season, membership dues are no longer refundable. Please email
email@example.com with any questions or concerns.