Soap showers are required before entering the pool, especially by those coming off the patio where oils are being used.
Bathing suits must be worn by everyone entering the pool. Cut-offs, gym shorts, sport bras, underwear and shirts are not allowed.
Children under 10 must be directly supervised by an adult 16 years or older in the water or from the deck at all times.
Swimming under water for more than 3/4 of a length is not permitted.
Floatation devices are permitted, use by non-swimmers requires direct in the water adult supervision.
Kickboards are for kicking laps in the designated lap lanes only. They should not be for any other use that they are not intended.
No running, pushing or conduct that may endanger other patrons.
No diving in the main lap pool. Diving boards are off limits except during designated open board times and to members of the Georgetown University Diving Team and only when supervised by a diving coach. Diving from the sides of the diving well is permitted.
Persons with skin infections, open wounds, nasal or ear discharge or any communicable diseases are not permitted in the pool.
All non-potty trained children must wear a plastic diaper, with a bathing suit over the diaper.
Spitting or nose blowing in to the pool or onto the deck is prohibited.
Food, drinks, glass containers or breakable objects of any kind are not permitted in the pool area or locker room.
Balls cannot be tossed in the pool or pool area. (Club waterpolo exception).
Lap lanes are to be used only by a persons swimming laps or water walking.
Use of starting blocks is restricted to approved swim meets and varsity swim practices only.
Lane lines are designed to separate lanes. They may not be hung on or abused in any way.
Adults take priority over children in the designated lap lanes
Band-Aids should be removed before entering the pool.
If there are more than two swimmers sharing a lap lane, then laps should be swum in a circle.
Profanity, fighting, any other inappropriate behavior (including intimate contact) will not be tolerated. In addition, patrons should treat each other and the staff with courtesy.