User Group Usage Policies & Rules
and ceramic containers are not permitted on deck or in locker rooms.
gum, food, or drinks (except water) will be permitted on deck or in the
locker rooms. All food is to be
consumed in the hallway. Shower thoroughly, including hair, before swimming.
SHOES on the pool deck.
- Please refrain from throwing
- No screaming, cursing, or
rough-housing anywhere on site.
not throw, stand on or sit on kick boards.
not hang on lane lines. Lane lines
damaged by improper use or gross negligence will result in a
repair/replacement charge to the responsible user group.
- User group members are to remain
on the pool deck until a lifeguard/coach are present.
- User group members must pay to
use the facility during any time other than their specified rental time.
- The diving board is off limits
unless the dive team is practicing with coach supervision.
may practice only when there is direct coach supervision. Every effort must be made to keep the
swimmers and the divers from colliding.
- The Harbor Springs community pool
requires that user groups are responsible for putting in and taking out as
well as the storage of lane lines, on the caddy, prior to and following
practices. Lane lines
should be stored neatly.
- Only employees
of the Harbor Springs community pool are permitted in the pool office, except during
- Only blue painter’s tape or
poster putty may be used to hang items temporarily in the pool area.
up after yourself.
off all showers after use.
the dumping of body powder on locker room floors.
- All personal items must be stored in lockers.
Swimsuits may be hung on the outside of lockers.
- Coaches and/or user group representatives
are responsible for the cleanliness of locker rooms, pool deck, and
bleacher area after use by their group.
- Swim Team user groups must have
an approved coach before practices can be held. A team will not be permitted to practice
without an approved coach on the pool deck.
will act in loco parentis
regarding medical decisions for their swimmers.
coach must be present before any swimmers may enter the water.
are responsible for the supervision and cleanliness of locker rooms and
- Coaches must use
a locker in the locker room. The coach’s locker room is intended
for Harbor Springs school employees and is not to be used by swim coaches.
- Coaches are reminded that the
responsibility for the supervision of their swimmers is the same at a meets
as at a practice.
- Coaches and at least one official
must be on deck during the entire warm-up period before a meet.
director reserves the right to change policies at any time deemed necessary.