Pool Rules

Pool Rules

Safety

  1. Swimming is not permitted unless a lifeguard is on duty in the lifeguard chair.
  2. Talking to the on-duty lifeguard in the lifeguard chair is not permitted.
  3. In an emergency, the pools must be cleared immediately. The signal is 3 blasts on the guard’s whistle.
  4. Running, pushing, and ball playing are not permitted on the pool deck.
  5. Rings, large floating equipment, beach balls, and scuba equipment are not permitted in the main pool (except during any designated Float Days).
  6. Swim fins and snorkels are permitted.
  7. Arm floats or back bubbles are permitted in the main pool when a responsible adult accompanies the child in the water.

Health

  1. Fairfax County requires all bathers to shower at the pool before entering the pool.
  2. Admission will be refused to anyone with skin abrasions, colds, coughs, extremely inflamed eyes, infections, or wearing bandages.
  3. Expectorating and blowing of the nose in the pool are prohibited.
  4. Babies and young children not toilet-trained must wear swim diapers or waterproof covers when using either pool.
  5. Street shoes should not be worn on the pool deck.

Wading Pool

Supervise Your Children at All Times!

  1. Use of the wading pool is restricted to children 7 years of age and younger.
  2. Children in the wading pool enclosure must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or responsible individual.
  3. Rubber and plastic toys are normally permitted in the wading pool. The manager may limit such use for safety reasons.

Main Pool

  1. When the lifeguards on duty call for an “adult swim” 10 minute break, all children 14 years and younger must clear the pool and surrounding deck during this time.

Diving

  1. Only qualified swimmers who have passed the swim test are permitted to use the diving board.
  2. Do not dive until the previous diver has cleared the swim area below the board. Leave the pool by the ladders.
  3. Dive in a forward direction only.
  4. Swimmers must keep the diving area clear; no horse playing is permitted on the board.
  5. One person on the diving board at a time; and only one bounce is allowed.


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