Swimming Pool Rules, Regulations & Recreational / Lap Swimming Policies
No person infected with a communicable disease or having open sores on his or her body shall enter the pool.
No person shall bring a glass container onto the pool deck or into the pool.
No person shall pollute the water in the pool in any manner and that spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool or on the pool deck are prohibited.
No person shall engage in boisterous play in or about the pool.
The maximum number of bathers permitted on the pool deck and in the pool at any time is 250 persons.
The location of the emergency telephone is next to the pool office door.
No running on the pool deck or in the change rooms.
Bare feet only, no street shoes on the pool deck or in the shower area of the change rooms.
No diving in the shallow end. Diving is permitted at a depth of 8.2 feet or greater.
Lanes are for adult and child swimmers who are swimming continuous lengths.
Please swim in the appropriate speed lane. It may not be the lane in which you are used to.
Lane lines are designed to separate lanes. They may not be hung on or abused in any way.
Please enter the pool feet first at either end of the pool. No diving in the lanes.
When there is more than 1 swimmer in a lane, swimmers are to swim in a circular pattern within lanes. Counter clockwise is the general rule.
If you are being passed, please switch to the appropriate speed lane.
Please do not stop in the middle of a lane or in the middle of the wall at the end.
Kickboards and pull buoys may be used in the lanes during lap swims.
Questions & concerns regarding our Recreational & Lap Swimming can be directed to the lifeguard staff in the pool office.
Please obey the Lifeguard(s) at all times.
Athletic Facilities Regulations and Procedures
Application for use of College Athletic Facilities must be submitted in writing and signed by a responsible and authorized, official of the Organization making application
This membership agreement is for the individual indicated below. It is not transferable.
Groups or individuals will be responsible for their guest's conduct and the supervision of children, and for all charges incurred due to any loss or damage to the premises and/or its contents, which may result when using the facility.
Exits must be kept free and clear from obstruction in case of fire.
We regret that the College cannot accept responsibility for any articles, goods or equipment belonging to the applicant or their guests, which may be lost, stolen or damaged.
Members are responsible to leave the facility in its original condition.
There will be NO SMOKING in the gymnasium facility and no food or drink on the gym floor. Alcohol and illegal drugs are not permitted on College property.
Only non-marking athletic running shoes are to be worn on the gym floor. Cleats must be removed prior to entering the gymnasium, Athletic or College facilities.
Fields and diamonds are not to be used during inclement weather conditions. Security has the right to remove users at this time.
No hardballs are to be used in the gymnasium.
Parking is only permitted in designated parking areas and spaces. Pay parking may apply.
St. Clair College reserves the right to terminate any membership at any time.
All above medical information is accurate and up to date. It is the member's responsibility to update medical information should it change.
St. Clair College Membership cards are the sole property of St. Clair College and must be submitted to the Attendant before using the St. Clair College Athletic Facilities. The Attendant will retain the membership Card until member's use of the Athletic Faculties is completed.
The undersigned will report any equipment that is defective or not operating properly to the Lower Deck Attendant and will not use said equipment until repairs or replacement is made.