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Pool Frequently Asked Questions

What age restrictions does the Natatorium have? 

Swimmers must be 9 years old to be in the Natatorium without a care taker. Children 6 to 8 years old must have a caretaker present in the Natatorium at all times. Children 5 years and younger must have a caretaker in the water at all times. Swimmers must be 14 years or older to use the spa. ​


*A caretaker is an individual 15 years or older.

Are swimmers required to pass a swim test?  

All children 13 years and younger are required to pass a swim test before being allowed in the Natatorium without a personal flotation device. Children will be awarded a colored wristband based on their test result. 

The swim test will include:

  • Jumping into the water. 

  • Swimming 20 yards unassisted, without stopping or touching the bottom of the pool, or showing fatigue.

  • Swimmer must make continuous forward progress throughout the entire swim.

On duty lifeguards will administer tests and a log will be kept. If a swimmer passes the test it will be noted and the individual will not be required to re-test. Lifeguards reserve the right to take away wristbands if a child reaches fatigue at any time.

What do the different colored wristbands represent? 

RED: Life-jacket Required 

  • 5 Years And Younger: Did not pass swim test. Must have caretaker in the water. Life-Jacket required. ​

  • 6-8 Years And Younger: Did not pass swim test. Must have caretaker in Natatorium area. Life Jacket required. 

YELLOW: Life Jacket Required 

  • 9-13 Years Old: Did not pass the swim test. Life Jacket required.

GREEN: Life Jacket NOT Required

  • 5 Years And Younger: Passed swim test. Must have caretaker in water. ​

  • 6-8 Years And Younger: Passed swim test. Must have caretaker in Natatorium. 

  • 13 Years And Younger: Passed the swim test. Life Jacket NOT required.

Can I bring my own life jacket or flotation device? 

We only allow U.S. Coast Guard approved flotation devices. We do not allow rafts, pool noodles, or inflatable water wings. Items approved by the U.S. Coast Guard will be indicated as such on the label. 

Are there any age or height restrictions to use the slide?

There are no age restrictions to use the slide, but swimmers must be at least 48 inches (four feet) tall. 

How deep is the pool? 

The deepest part of the pool is 5 feet in the lap lanes. 

How long are the lap lanes?

The three lap lanes are each 20 yards. 

What is the temperature of the pool and spa?

The temperature for the pool is kept between 81- 84 degrees. The temperature for the spa is kept between 101-104 degrees. 

Are towels provided for swimmers? 

The community center does not provide towels. 

Does the community center offer swim lessons? 

We offer youth group swim lessons and private swim lessons. More information can be found here. 

Natatorium Lap Lane Policy

During open swim hours there are always one to two lap lanes open for patron use. Lap lanes are designed for swimmers capable of swimming freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly in a continuous manner. Lap lanes can also be used for the purpose of exercise in the water that may not include swimming. This could include water running and walking laps. During peak hours' pool patrons must share lap lanes and circle swim. Also during peak hours, the lap lanes are only open for patrons 16 years and older. Peak hours are as follows: 

During the School Year:

  • Monday through Friday - 3:00 p.m. to close

  • Saturday and Sunday - 12:00 p.m. to close

During the Summer: 

  • Monday through Friday - 1:00 p.m. to close

  • Saturday and Sunday - 12:00 p.m. to close

Patrons 16 years and younger wanting to utilize the lap lanes for their intended purposes (during peak hours) must speak to the aquatics supervisor and may be put in an exception log kept at the down stand. If the lap lanes rules are not followed by patrons, they will not be allowed in during peak hours. 

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