Splash Pad Rules and Regulations

Running or rough play prohibited on splash pad.

No person under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be allowed on the splash pad.

Spitting or nose blowing prohibited on splash pad.

Persons with diarrhea or nausea will not be permitted on the splash pad.

Persons with skin, eye, or respiratory infections will not be permitted on the splash pad.

Persons with open lesions or wounds will not be permitted on the splash pad.

Animals or pet prohibited within fenced area.

Glass containers are prohibited within the fenced area.

Children must be properly supervised by accompanying adult while on splash pad.

Users must shower before entering splash pad.

Persons wearing diapers must wear a swim diaper. Regular disposable or cloth diapers will not be allowed.

Proper swim attire required. Cut-offs, gym, or dress shorts, including thongs and transparent colored suits are prohibited.

The maximum number of users allowed on splash pad is 200.

This splash pad is open from 11:00am-6:00pm Tuesday through Saturday and 1:00pm-6:00pm Sunday.

A first aid kit is located in the First Aid Room.

An emergency phone (or other notification device) is located in the splash pad complex office. The certified Pool Operator for this site is Joe Ross, license number 5218.

During severe weather, staff will advise all users to take cover. Users will not be allowed on splash pad during periods of lightening or extreme weather conditions.

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