Please remember due to new Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines you must leave the building promptly at 1 hour.
ENTRY AND EXIT: We will only be using the doors leading from the dirt driveway. Nobody is allowed to enter or exit from the front lobby door or the front door that leads to the locker room. The entry door will be the door that leads to lane 6 and the exit door will be the door at lane 1 near the drylands area. We have placed 2 sets of bleachers as you enter. The bleachers have tape to mark 6 feet apart. Swimmers are required to wear a face mask into the building and it must remain on until he/she get to their lane. We have placed hooks behind the lane to hang the face mask before entering the water and upon exiting the water. The flow of traffic is one way. Start at lane 6 and continue around the pool in a one way direction toward the blocks. You are to only use your equipment. Please do not borrow our equipment.
We must limit the numbers of people in the building. We have set up a calendar to make a reservation for your hour at the pool. Please come to lap swim only at your reserved time slot. This is important as it will allow us to have a log of how many people are in the building. This way we can minimize exposure to others and provide contact tracing if someone does become sick with Covid-19.
Locker rooms: Nobody can use the locker rooms for changing. The lockers and changing areas have been taped off. Only one person is allowed in the rest room at a time. You will need to come dressed in your suit and leave dressed in your suit. This is for everyone’s protection. Only one person is allowed in the rest room at a time. We have put two sided signs at each locker room one side reads occupied in red and the other side reads vacant in green. Please turn the sign to Occupied on entry and flip it back upon exiting the locker room. If you use the restroom please understand the importance of proper hand washing to protect others from the spread of germs. Posters have been posted in each locker room to remind everyone of how to properly wash your hands.
For your safety we will be cleaning the high touch areas between groups.
If you are not feeling well or are experiencing a fever or a cough PLEASE stay home. You are considered symptomatic if you have a fever of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or above, unusual coughing, shortness of breath, headaches, chills, shaking chills, sore throat, muscle aches or pains, new loss of smell or taste or whether you have felt feverish.
Wash Your Hands So You Can Stop Germs Poster