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For a full list of Natatorium policies and guidelines please refer to the RWC Building Policies (PDF 348KB).

  • No one shall enter the Natatorium without a lifeguard present
  • No one shall use the pool or whirlpool if they have been experiencing stomach issues that involve diarrhea, have a contagious disease, or an open sore or lesion that has not healed
  • Properly lined swim attire is required
  • All flotation devices must be US Coast Guard approved
  • Lifeguards reserve the right to administer a swim test to any individual prior to allowing them to enter or participate in deep water activities.
  • Swim diapers must be worn by any individual not toilet trained or with incontinence issues.  Swim diapers must be changed in the locker room, not on the pool deck.

Prohibited items and activities include but are not limited to:

  • Inflatable flotation devices (water wings, rafts, infant seats, etc.)
  • Merfins or any mermaid style outfit or monofin
  • Wetsuits
  • Electronic recording devices (phones, tablets, e-readers, cameras, etc.)
  • Glass containers
  • Gum, food or beverages other than water
  • Alcohol, tobacco products or illegal drugs
  • Running, horseplay or misuse of equipment
  • Prolonged underwater swimming and/or breath holding
  • Sitting, standing or hanging on interior dividing walls
  • Hanging or climbing on railings
  • Spitting, spouting water, nose blowing or urinating in the pool, whirlpool or drains
  • Organized practices or events without prior reservation
  • Conducting lessons, providing guidance, giving tips, or helping with swimming technique in any way