Pools in Marion County were approved to open for the 2021 season. Our board members are working hard to have the pool open and running smoothly by Saturday, May29th. Here are some of the measures we have taken to be in compliance with the OHA County Risk Guidelines and keep everyone safe and healthy:

  •  All employees will be required to wear a mask while not in the pool
  • Signs will be posted listing COVID-19 symptoms and asking people to stay home if exhibiting signs/symptoms
  • Signs will be posted to remind everyone to keep a distance of six (6) feet from other people/parties at all times
  • There will be hand sanitizer available for staff and visitors
  • One person allowed in the restroom at a time (except when assistance is needed)
  • ​Restrooms will be cleaned regularly, along with high touch point areas, and stocked with hand sanitizer, soap, and paper towels
  • ​Showers will be closed. Swimmers must shower prior to arriving at the pool
  • No chairs or tables will be provided, but you may bring your own
  • No guests, BBQ usage, or parties 
  • Children are required to be at least 13 years old to come to the pool without a parent or guardian 
  • A Social Distancing Monitor (SDM) will be on duty at all times. In the event that an SDM cannot be found, the lifeguard will be forced to clear the pool and close down. 
    • ​The SDM has to be at least 18 years old and can be a volunteer
    • ​Their job is to ensure we are in compliance with all social distancing requirements 

We will do our best to keep this information updated as our OHA RISK LEVELS change and if there are any requirement changes.

 Total Capacity 300 people inside the gate. Pool capacity 33 people in the water.

**See OHA Chart below for current Covid capacity