Angier Recreation Club Pool Rules
1. All members are required to sign in and out when entering and leaving the pool for the day.
2. Proper swimming attire is required.
3. Anyone that is suffering from fever, cold, pink eye, any type of bodily discharge, skin disease, open sores/wounds, or diarrhea is prohibited from swimming.
4. No running allowed. Lifeguards have the authority to ask patrons to sit out for excessive abuse of this rule.
5. No excessive horseplay allowed either in the pool or on the pool deck. Excessive horseplay includes, but is not limited to, dunking someone or throwing someone into the pool that is not a willing participant, chicken fights, throwing balls/frisbees/diving rings a long distance, etc. Rule enforecement is at the discretion of the lifeguards, depending on the number of swimmers in the pool.
6. Large floats are allowed at the discretion of the guards based on the number of swimmers in the pool. Please understand that large floats can hinder visibility and will not be allowed if the pool is crowded or they obstruct the lifeguards' line of sight.
7. No super soakers, pencil shooters, long range water guns, etc are allowed to be used at the pool during regular pool hours. Use of these toys during pool parties is at the discretion of the member who booked the party.
8. Balls are only allowed to be played with in the 3-5 ft area and only when the pool is not crowded. They are not allowed in the deep end (past the ropes). Lifeguards have the authority to ask members to remove balls from the pool.
9. Only 1 person at a time is allowed on the diving board. The diving area must be clear, meaning everyone is on the side past the ladders or out of the pool, prior to someone jumping off the board.
10. There is no hanging on the diving board or the ropes.
11. No toys of any kind are allowed in the deep end.
12. Patrons of the pool may be asked to pass a swim test prior to being allowed to jump off of the diving boards or swim in the deep end.
13. Members are responsible for cleaning up their area and disposing of all trash in the trash cans prior to leaving.
14. Alcohol or drug use is NOT allowed at the pool. This includes drinking or the use of illegal drugs in the parking lot. Anyone found drinking or using drugs will be asked to leave immediately.
15. No glass bottles or other types of glass containers are allowed within the fenced in area of the pool.
16. Smoking, vaping, and any type of smokeless tobacco use is allowed only in the designated smoking area in the parking lot or in your car.
17. Children that are not potty trained must always wear swim diapers.
18. Children must be over the age of 14 to be left alone at the pool.
19. Members under the age of 18 must exit the pool immediately using the nearest ladder upon the guards blowing the whistle for break. Parents/Guardians are allowed to swim with their children under the age of 2 during breaks, 1 child per adult.
20. Any harassment or bullying of the guards or other patrons will not be tolerated. Anyone using hostile or threatening language, to include profanity loud enough that patrons not included in the conversation can hear, will be asked to leave.
21. The guards are required to clear the pool in the event of thunder/lightning or if it is raining so hard that they cannot clearly see the bottom of the pool. In the event of thunder/lightning, members must clear the pool for 30 minutes from the last sound of thunder or lightning sighting. The guards are the deciding authority on whether thunder was heard.
22. Members are responsible for ensuring that all rules are followed by their guests and understand they may be held responsible for any infractions.
23. Persons who are on the sex offender registry, either member or guest, are not allowed at the pool. (See bylaws for further information.)
By signing in at the pool, you are confirming that you agree to these rules.
Please understand that these rules are for the safety of our members and their guests. Our guards are there to provide the members and guests of the pool with a safe environment. They have been entrusted by the Board to enforce these rules and take appropriate action.
Understand that this list is not exhaustive and that our guards have the authority to take any action they deem necessary to ensure the safety of all members and guests as well as themselves. We ask that all members help us to police ourselves and continue to keep Angier Pool a fun and family friendly place to spend the summer.
If there are any questions about these rules or any issues at the pool, please address them with one of the Board members or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pool board has decided to add a committee of members who would be willing to assist in planning and implementing miscellaneous projects at the pool. We would like to have about 10 members on this committee. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please send us an e-mail at email@example.com.