Rules and regulations must be followed at all times. A complete list of rules is available at the facility for review; this list is not all inclusive.
- A membership or daily pass is required to use the fitness center (weight room), pools, gymnasiums or to check out equipment. A membership may be obtained for a fee any time the community center is open and are valid for one year from date of purchase. Daily passes are valid for the day of purchase only.
- No one under the age of 10 is allowed in the building unsupervised.
- Tobacco, drugs and the use of profanity are strictly prohibited.
- No items may be put up for public display (brochures, flyers, pamphlets, and other materials).
- You must be 16 or older to use the fitness equipment.
- Children, ages 12-15, may use the equipment, only after they attend an equipment orientation with a parent.
- No one under the age of 12 is allowed to use the fitness equipment.
- Room reservations should be requested at least one week in advance. Reservations may be made up to 12 months in advance. Should a conflict with a city-sponsored program arise, the user will receive advance notice at least seven day in advance of the requested date, if time permits.
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Matt Ross Community Center Pool Rules
- No Running
- No Diving: Feet first entry only
- No climbing on rocks, play features, or walls of the current
- No food or glass containers
- No alcoholic beverages
- Proper swim attire is required; string/thong swimming suits prohibited
- No riding on the shoulders of others
- No throwing others
- No mermaid tails/fins
- Children under the age of 10 must be supervised by an adult at all times in the pool area
- All life jackets and floatation devices must be Coast Guard approved; an adult must stay within arms reach of someone in a lifejacket at all times.
- Swim diapers are required for children who are still in diapers; a swim suit must be worn over the swim diaper.
- No slapping the noodles or the kickboards on patrons or the water
- No playing/hanging on the railings
- Toys are not to be thrown on top of the water helix
- There is to be no climbing, sitting, or standing on the water table
- Every rider must be 48" tall or taller.
- Riders must lay on their back, feet-first, and cross their arms across their chests and legs at their ankles while riding the slide.
- Riders must leave the landing pool as soon as possible, using the stairs.
- Riders cannot wear sunglesses, goggles, shoes, or life jackets on the water slides.
- No kickboards, noodles, or other toys are allowed on the water slide.
- No stopping or spinning on the slide.
- No swinging on the bars.
- Riders must wait for the lifeguard signal to go.
- Only one riders is allowed on the slide at a time.
- No one under the age of 5 and/or anyone wearing diapers is allowed in the spa
- Children 5-14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult either in or next to the spa
- Maximum time is 30 minutes if others are waiting
- No jumping off of or into the spa
- No lifejackets are allowed in the spa
- No toys, noodles, or kickboards allowed in the spa
- All pool rules apply
- Patrons must be swimming laps or doing water exercises to be in the lap pool during lap swim. Water walking is acceptable.
- No diving
- No hanging on the lap lanes
- There is no max to the number of people allowed in a lane
- Circle swimming is recommended for lanes with more than 2 people.
Basketball - Available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at designated times
- Basketballs are available for use
- No Dunking
- No hanging on the rim or net of the basketball goal
- No jumping in to shoot the basketball or shooting from outside the pool
- No shooting from inside the lap lanes
- No excessive roughness
- Patrons must be 16 years of age to use the sauna
- Appropriate swimwear or shorts must be worn at all times. No excessive clothing may be worn in saunas (hoodies, sweat pants, etc.).
- No shoes, other than flip flops are to be worn in the sauna
- Use of body lotions, oils or suntan lotions is not permitted
- Pool water is not to be dumped on the heaters in either sauna
- Filtered water is provided and will be added every 30 minutes to maintain approximately 80% humidity.
- Be courteous and respectful to other users. Any inappropriate, lewd and/or suggestive behavior may result in immediate and/or permanent loss of privileges
- Food is not permitted in the saunas
- No newspapers, magazines, or paper products are permitted
- Do not exceed 20 minutes in the sauna
- Group Exercise participants are not to use the saunas unless they have a facility membership.
- It is advisable to remove any metals as they can become very hot in the sauna
- While utilizing the sauna drink plenty of fluids to replace those lost due to perspiration
- It is advisable to remove contact lenses as they can become uncomfortable
- You should not use the sauna if you:
- Are pregnant
- Are suffering from heart disease, circulatory problems, high/low blood pressure, diabetes, kidney disease or an illness causing an inability to perspire
- Have an infectious skin disease/sores/wounds
- Have consumed a meal or alcohol within one and a half hours
- Have recently exercised. Time should be allowed to enable the body temperature to return to normal.