What types of chemicals are in the water?
In order to keep the water sanitary and safe and adhere to health regulations, we use liquid chlorine (sodium hypo chlorite), hydrochloric acid, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), and calcium chloride. At times additional chemicals may be used in order to insure the proper balance of the water. If you have questions about possible allergic reactions to any of these chemicals please contact a healthcare professional.

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1. Is the pool an indoor or an outdoor pool?
2. How big are the pools?
3. How many laps are in a mile?
4. Do I need to be a member?
5. What types of chemicals are in the water?
6. Do you have lockers?
7. Are my belongings safe at the Swim Center?
8. How old is a senior? How old is a child?
9. How old do you have to be to participate in lap swim?
10. Why do nonresidents pay more than residents?
11. Who is considered a resident?
12. It’s hot outside today. Can I come swimming?
13. It’s raining and cold. Is the pool still open or are swimming lessons still happening?
14. What is the difference between family swim and recreation swim?
15. Why don’t you allow my child to wear flotation devices?
16. What temperature are your swimming pools?
17. Why do you have so many rules?