Pool Schedule & Fees
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Pool Rules & Regulations
Pool Rules & Regulations
Main Pool / Facility Rules
Main Pool / Facility
Obey the lifeguard
Patrons who want to enter the pool for sunbathing, swimming or supervising minors are required to pay a fee or present an annual pass (Children under 2 years old are not required to pay).
Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult, 14 years or older.
Children may be asked to take a swim test. They must swim one length of the pool in order to swim in the deep end.
All patrons are required to shower before entering the pool.
Patrons with open sores, cuts, rashes, suffering from diarrhea, or contagious diseases shall not be allowed to enter the pool.
Proper swimming attire must be worn into the pool.
Running / horseplay on the pool deck and in the locker rooms is prohibited.
Patrons are not allowed in the pool or on the deck unless a lifeguard is on duty.
Hanging or leaning on lane lines is not allowed.
No glass containers are allowed anywhere in the pool enclosure.
No baby walkers on the pool deck.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the deck, locker rooms or city buildings.
Only Coast Guard-approved flotation devices are allowed.
Alcohol is not permitted anywhere in the park. Patrons who are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs shall not be allowed in the pool.
Unattended children shall not be permitted on pool deck during lap swim unless confined to a stroller.
No animals are permitted on the pool deck.
No bicycles on pool deck.
Private aquatic instruction may not be given at CVCP Pool. Only City assigned instructors and authorized contract instructors may instruct at the facility.
Children under 6 years old are not permitted in spa. (See recommendation of University of B.C. Facility of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.)
Children under 14 years old must be directly supervised by an adult 14 years or older.
Spa is not supervised by a lifeguard.
Health Recommendation For Children Under 6 and Non-Permitted Spa Use
Medical reasons that translate to the heat of the whirlpool, compared with an adult.
Children have a much larger amount of fluid in the body, therefore, fluid in the body has a greater effect on them.
Children have a much larger surface exposed for loss of fluids through the skin.
Children are more prone to develop hypernatremia, or excess water loss over salt loss. This may be compounded if they become dehydrated.
Children have less response in the thirst area that may result in dehydration.
Children, especially infants, have kidneys that may have less protected renal function when attempting to concentrate urine when exposed to dehydration.
One bounce only.
One person on a board at a time.
Check that no one is under the board.
Dive straight off the board and swim to the ladder.
Do not swim under the diving boards.
Do not hang on the boards.
Do not attempt difficult dives without proper training.
No diving off the side of the diving board.
Dive only in seven feet of water or deeper.
Diving platform is closed to the general public.
Swimmers must be less than 42" tall to enter.
Children must be within arm's reach of an adult.
Diapered children must wear plastic pants.
U.S. Coast Guard approved life vests only.
City of Laguna Niguel
30111 Crown Valley Parkway
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Tel: (949) 362-4300
Fax: (949) 362-4340
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