Rules & Regulations

  1. All persons must pay fees or show their passes at the bath house before entering the pool.
  2. The following twelve (12) rules and regulations are in accordance with the Illinois Department of Public Health Codes for public swimming pools:
    1. Admission to the pool is refused to any person having any contagious disease or infectious condition.
    2. Food and drinks (except bottled water) are not permitted on the pool deck.
    3. Personal conduct in the pool and bath house shall be such that the safety of the individual or others is not jeopardized.
    4. People wearing street shoes and clothing are not permitted in the pool area.
    5. Non-swimming apparel may not be worn in the pool (example: cut-offs).
    6. All children who are not toilet-trained shall wear tightly fitting disposable swim diapers.
    7. No glass items are permitted in the pool area.
    8. No dogs or other pets will be permitted in in the pool area.
    9. Unnecessary conversations with, or annoying of a lifeguard while on duty is prohibited.
    10. Unruly behavior that presents a danger to yourself will not be tolerated.
    11. Children under ten (10) years of age will not be permitted to enter the pool unless accompanied by a person at least sixteen years of age. If that person is not a relative, he or she must be designated by a parent of the child as being responsible for the care and conduct of the child.
    12. Patrons are required to obey lifeguard instructions at all times.
  3. No child will be permitted in the deep area of the pool, unless he/she can demonstrate the ability to swim two widths of the pool, in good form, and tread water for at least 30 seconds.
  4. Parents or caregivers are responsible for children in the baby pool. Caregivers must be age 16 or older.
  5. Children over the age of five (5) are not allowed in the baby pool without a responsible person age 16 or older.