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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.

Spa Rules
  • 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.

Diving Rules
  • 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.

Fit Rules
  • 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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