Morris Pool Guidelines

The Parks and Recreation Manager or their designated assistants are responsible for operation of the pool facility. Their instruction must be followed at all times. 
General Rules / Admission Policies:
  • No one will be allowed in the swimming area unless the pool is officially open and a lifeguard is on duty. Entering upon the pool facility when it is not open for public use in punishable by fines and / or imprisonment. 
  • All rules and requests made by lifeguards and pool personnel must be followed
  • All patrons entering the facility are required to pay the facility admission fee or show an ERC Membership keytag
  • Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the water within reach, due to the high risk nature of the activity.
  • Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult at the pool facility.
  • Children who are not potty trained must wear a swim diaper covered by a swimsuit
  • Persons in the water must wear acceptable swim wear. A complete description can be found at Check In
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be denied admission and/or asked to leave the premises
  • All patrons must shower before entering the pool. Persons with open cuts, sores, bandages, colds, coughs or infected eyes are not permitted in the pool. 
  • Spitting, spouting or nose-blowing in the pool is strictly prohibited. 
  • Patrons must not run around pool; climb sit or jump on fences; dive in shallow water; dunk, push, pull or splash swimmers. Jumps are permitted feet first. Back jumps, twisting and flips are not permitted at any time. 
  • Do not engage the lifeguard in unnecessary conversation
  • Emergency procedures must be observed. Swimmers must leave the pool area immediately upon the signal or request of the Pool Manager or lifeguards
  • Foul and abusive language will not be tolerated.