b"Pool Hours & RulesPOOL REGULATIONS POOL PASSES1.Parents/Guardians are responsible for watching their children at allConcord & Penacook Residents: No charge for use of city pools. times.Non swimmers must be within arm's reach at all times. Pool passes are not required for Concord/Penacook residents. 2.It is recommended that all non-swimmers and children eight yearsHowever, residency checks will be conducted daily throughout the old and younger wear a life jacket at all times.The City of Concordsummer. Please always bring your photo ID with you when you come requires that life jackets are Coast Guard Approved Class 3 lifeto the pools. jacket or better (3, 2, or 1).Non-Resident Families:Non-Resident Pool Passes may be 3.No one is permitted in the pool at any time unless a Lifeguard is onpurchased at the City Wide Community Center beginning June 1st at duty. 9 am.Please call 603-225-8690 to make an appointment.4.Throwing debris, refuse or any foreign matter in any pool isCost of a Non-Resident pool pass is $125 per family.The pool prohibited. pass is good at all open pools all season.5.Any unruly action such as dunking, pushing, or spitting in the pool is prohibited.6.NO ONE UNDER AGE 10 is allowed in the pool area unless accompanied by an adult (over 16 yrs of age). 7.Diving is prohibited at all pools. 8.Prohibited from the pool and pool area are: soaps and cleaning agents of any kind.Also prohibited are animals (domestic andPool Guest Policy: Residents and Non-Residents may bring guests wild), glass containers, tobacco, and alcohol.Smoking is notto the pool.Guests are allowed on a 1 to 1 ratio for ages 10 and allowed in the pool area. older( i.e. each person over 10 years old may bring one guest).9.All persons admitted in the pool are subject to inspection by theHOURS OF OPERATIONLifeguard for open cuts and sores and may be denied entrance forPools Open For The Season: health reasons by the Lifeguard. Sunday June 20 at 12:30 p.m. 10.All swimmers must wear a regular swimsuit at all times and showers must be taken before entering the pool. Pools close for the season 11.Anyone distracting or interfering with the Lifeguard on duty, orFriday August 13 at 4:00 p.m.disobeying instructions of any of the above listed regulations willKimball, Rolfe, Rollins, Merrill and Keach Pools Public Swim Hoursbe subject to criminal penalty under the Law (Chapter 5, RevisedMondayFriday 12:30-2:00 p.m., 2:30-4:00 p.m. & 6:00-7:30 p.m.Ordinances, City of Concord). Saturday and Sunday 12:30-2:00 p.m. & 2:30-4:00 p.m.12. Children who are not completely toilet trained, must wear tight fitting rubber pants or disposable swim pants, i.e.Little Swimmers.13. Lifeguards are authorized to expel any person from the poolpOOL UpDATE!premises for violation of any Pool Regulation or for just cause.We are looking forward to the upcoming pool season and The violator is subject to prosecution under the law.Any personhappy to announce we are able to open five of the cities pools expelled from the pool must leave the park immediately. this year. This decision was based on not being able to hire PARENT/GUARDIAN EXPECTATIONSenough lifeguards within the accelerated timeline and training schedule, coupled with our inability to follow the updated When using the City of Concord Pools please remember the following: COVID State guidelines based on the space requirements. Please actively supervise your children. Lifeguards are on dutyPool staff are required to attend Zoom trainings as well as to enforce rules and regulations and to respond to emergencies.some in-person trainings this year. Our hiring cutoff date was Ultimately, parents and guardians are responsible for their children.also much earlier this year to allow employees to complete all of their necessary requirements in time for pool openings. All life jackets worn by children in City pools must be at least a Type 1, 2 or 3 Coast Guard approved life jacket.No exceptions!NoThe Garrison and White Park pools will not open this summer. substitutions! Garrison Pool was chosen because it has the lowest overall Please keep children within arms reach when they are in the water. attendance annually. White Park Pool was chosen because Limit the use of electronic devices including cell phones. it has the smallest pool deck out of all seven pools. The pool Review pool rules with your children. deck at White Park does not allow us follow the new State of NH COVID guidelines for pools. Best practice is to maintain Make sure children use the showers before entering the pool. six feet from others when on the pool deck or in the water. Apply sun block often to your children and yourself. Please visit our web site after June 2 for updated rules.We appreciate you taking time to review these expectations and look forward to a fun and safe summer at the pools.2021 Summer & Fall Page 23www.concordparksandrec.com"