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Pool Rules:

For the safety and courtesy of all members and guests, these rules must be followed.  The Lifeguards are charged with the responsibility of enforcing these rules and have the authority to suspend pool privileges.  Please review these rules with all family members.

Parents and Guardians: As a reminder, you are responsible for the supervision of your children at all times.

  • No Running on the pool deck (Concrete area around the pool)

  • No Smoking within the fenced area

  • No Alcohol or Drugs

  • No Glass on pool deck (exception is for Social functions/Adult parties)

  • No Diving in the shallow areas of the pool

  • No Congregating / playing in the bathrooms

  • No Abusive / vulgar or offensive language

  • No Abusing any Timber Lane property or equipment

  • No Disrupting pool operations / Disrespecting fellow members/guards

  • No Infants or toddlers in pools without approved suits (swimmies)

  • No Persons allowed in pool with open sores or contagious diseases

  • No Guests without payment, guard notification and member attendance

    • Guests must sign in / Members are responsible for the guests they bring

  • No Interfering with 'Lap Lane' swimmers

  • No Swimming "over" or "on top of" other swimmers during Swim Team practice

  • No Personal flotation devices – Noodles/Kickboards/body-sized rafts allowed ONLY during Raft night and with the guards permission

  • No Children under the age of 12 are to be left unsupervised

  • No Dunking / Roughhousing / Horseplay

  • No Throwing objects that could result in injury

 Diving Board

  • Only ONE person at a time on the diving board

  • No excessive bouncing

  • No swimming under or hanging on the diving board

 Small Pool

  • Small pool rules posted on fence inside small pool and must be adhered to

  • Parents and/or guardians are responsible for their children while in the small pool

  • Children that can swim independently should NOT be swimming in the small pool. 

 Emergency Procedures

  • In the event of a pool emergency, the guard on duty will sound an air horn or whistle and all swimmers must clear the pool immediately as to not interfere with the guards.  Adults qualified in first aid/life saving may render assistance if needed.  The pool will remain clear until the guards give the OK to return.

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