May 28 through September 5,
except weekdays when school is in session.
Walk-in Rate (ages 4-adult):
Monday-Friday, 12-8 pm
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays, 12-8 pm
Evenings, 5-8 pm
School Days, 4-8 pm (in May, June, Aug. & Sept.)
2016 Swimming Pool Pass Application
3 years and younger are free. Proof of age may be requested.
10 years of age and younger must be accompanied at all times
by a responsible person 16 years of age or older who will accept the
responsibility for the safety and conduct of the child. The pool staff
reserves the right to increase the minimum age requirement of the
responsible person at any time.
Family Pass is available for parent(s) and any of their unmarried children
22 years or age and under who are residing in the same household. children 3
years of age and under are free and are not included in the family count.
Cousins, nieces, nephews, grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles,
baby-sitters, etc. are not eligible for inclusion in the Family Pass.
passes must be presented at the gate or the walk-in fee will be charged.
and Pool Parties Available
Lemoyne Borough Office at 737-6843.
(4-8 pm) when school is in session:
June 1, 2, 3
August 24, 25, 26 and 29, 30, 31
September 1, 2
All patrons must be familiar with
and abide by the Lemoyne Community Swimming Pool facility rules and
policies. The rules are in place for the safety and enjoyment of all
Pool Safety Rules
Please be aware of Rule
# 6 prior to visiting the pool:
For public health reasons "Only approved
swim wear will be worn in the pool Ė no street clothes or cut-offs allowed.Ē
If you enter the pool water with street
clothes or cut-offs you may be asked to get out of the pool by a Lifeguard
or Pool Manager. You will not be entitled to a refund of your entry fee.
B Bathing suits made
specifically for swimming that have adequate coverage. Male suits have a
Infants and toddlers must wear a swim diaper AND plastic pants under a swimsuit.
Clean t-shirts with a swimsuit.
Mesh or basketball shorts
Cotton or denim shorts
Regular or sports bras
Sweatpants and sweatshirts
Socks, street shoes
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Lemoyne Community Swimming Pool
1. Swim only when a lifeguard is on duty.
2. No diving into the pool.
3. Anyone suspected of being under the influence of
drugs or alcohol will not be permitted on the pool property.
4. Do not enter the pool with open cuts or sores,
bandages/band-aids, communicable disease or rashes.
5. All swimmers are required to shower by state law
before entering the pool.
6. Only approved swim wear will be worn in the pool; no
street clothes or cut-offs allowed.
7. Street shoes must be removed before entering the
8. All infants and toddlers and any incontinent person
must wear a disposable swim diaper or vinyl pants.
9. Running, pushing, profane language, disrobing,
unsanitary action, property damage, horseplay or any behavior causing
disturbance is prohibited in the pool, pool area, or bath house.
10. No loitering on or around pool steps or ladders.
11. Do not hang on the ropes.
12. In case of emergency or accident, even if it is small,
report it immediately to the nearest lifeguard and follow his/her
13. No food or beverages are permitted in the swimming area
of the pool.
14. No glass containers of any kind are permitted on the pool
15. Smoking and the use of tobacco products is not permitted
on the pool property.
16. Management staff has the right to prohibit objectionable
items or behavior not included in these rules.
are designed to ensure the health and safety of patrons of all ages and
abilities. While we wish that you have an enjoyable experience, for safety
and security reasons we must enforce the rules. Thank you for your
BOROUGH COUNCIL AND STAFF
Lemoyne Community Swimming Pool
Policies and Procedures
patrons swim at their own risk.
patrons must sign in or present a season pass before entering the pool area.
When signing in the patron acknowledges receipt of pool rules and agrees to
be bound by them.
allowing another person to use their season pass may result in suspension of
child under age 10 years will be allowed in the pool area during open swim
periods unless accompanied by an adult.
are responsible for the direct supervision of all children under their care
at all times.
pool staff will not be responsible for lost items. Persons bringing
valuables do so at their own risk.
lifeguard may refuse a swimmer admission to any area of the pool if the
swimmer does not exhibit sufficient skill.
pool must be completely cleared whenever the lifeguards blow their whistles
for a safety check.
there is an emergency, no person shall talk to or otherwise distract the
attention of the lifeguard while they are on the guard stand.
the event a person refuses to follow the instructions of a guard or Borough
employee in a disciplinary matter, said person will be subject to suspension
or revocation of their recreation privileges.
share the water with everyone in the pool. With your help we can help
prevent the spread of illnesses. Protect yourself and others at the pool
with healthy swimming practices. Here are eight P-L-E-As that promote
take a shower before swimming.
donít swim when you have diarrhea or if you are sick.
donít swallow the pool water.
donít swim with open wounds or sores or skin rashes.
do not defecate or urinate in the pool.
wash your hands after using the toilet or after changing diapers.
check diapers often and change them in a bathroom, not at pool side or on a
wash your child thoroughly (especially the rear end) with soap and water
after changing diapers.
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